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(including related capitalized interest); and a portion of other operating costs. Based on this definition, the
Company has forecast an all-in sustaining cost of $1,100-$1,200 per gold ounce sold on a by-product basis
for full-year 2013.
Material assumptions used to forecast 2013 production costs are: a gold price of $1,600 per ounce, a silver
price of $30 per ounce, an oil price of $90 per barrel, and foreign exchange rates of 2.05 Brazilian reais to the
U.S. dollar, 1.00 Canadian dollar to the U.S. dollar, 32 Russian roubles to the U.S. dollar, 475 Chilean pesos to
the U.S. dollar, 2.00 Ghanaian cedi to the U.S. dollar, 290 Mauritanian ouguiya to the U.S. dollar, and 1.25
U.S. dollars to the Euro. Taking into account existing currency and oil hedges respectively, a 10% change in
foreign currency exchange rates would be expected to result in an approximate $9 impact on our production
cost of sales per ounce, a $10 per barrel change in the price of oil would be expected to result in an
approximate $2 impact on our production costs per ounce, and a $100 change in the price of gold would be
expected to result in an approximate $3 impact on our production costs per ounce as a result of a change in
Capital expenditures for 2013 are forecast to be approximately $1.6 billion. Of this amount, capital
expenditures at existing operations are expected to be approximately $760 million. Capital expenditures
related to growth projects, primarily for Tasiast, are expected to be approximately $750 million with the
remaining balance of approximately $90 million related to capitalized interest and capitalized exploration.
The 2013 forecast for exploration and business development expenses is approximately $210 million, of
which $160 million is forecast for exploration. Capitalized exploration is forecast to be $10 million, for total
2013 forecast exploration expenditures of $170 million. 2 Refers to all of the currencies in the countries where the Company has mining operations, fluctuating simultaneously by 10% in the same
direction, either appreciating or depreciating, taking into consideration the i...
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