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current global financial and economic crisis has resulted in the following conditions, which may have an
affect on the profitability and cash flows of the Company: Volatility in commodity prices and foreign exchange rates; Tightening of credit markets; Increased counterparty risk; and Volatility in the prices of publicly traded entities. The volatility in commodity prices and foreign exchange rates directly impact the Company’s revenues,
earnings and cash flows, as noted above in the sections titled “Gold Price and Silver Price” and “Foreign
Currency Exchange Risk”.
Although the tighter credit markets have restricted the ability of certain companies to access capital, to date
this has not had an affect on the Company's liquidity. The Company re-negotiated its revolving credit facility
agreement in 2012 to increase the amount of available credit to $1,500.0 million and extended its term to
August 2017; as at December 31, 2012, the Company had $1,464.9 million available under its credit facility
arrangements. Also, in August 2012, the Company completed a new unsecured term loan facility for
$1,000.0 million which matures on August 10, 2015. However, continued tightening of credit markets may
affect the ability of the Company to obtain equity or debt financing in the future on terms favourable to the
The Company has not experienced any difficulties to date relating to the counterparties it transacts with. The
counterparties continue to be highly rated, and as noted above, the Company has employed measures to
reduce the impact of counterparty risk.
Continued volatility in equity markets may have an affect on the value of publicly listed companies in Kinross' MDA54 KINROSS GOLD 2012 ANNUAL REPORT equity portfolio. Should declines in the equity values continue and are deemed to be other than temporary,
impairment losses may result. Market Price Risk
The Kinross common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange
(“NYSE”). The price of the Kinross common shares is likely to be significantly affected by short-term...
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