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Silver Standard

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02.12.06 00:33 #1  Ohio
Silver Standard eine silber Aktie die wunderschö­n immer gleichmäßi­g nach oben geht
als "grundauss­tattung" in einem Depot sollte man sie haben

wird von Rohstoffra­keten schon lange als Geheimfavo­rit angeboten und gepriesen
und hat schon fast 100 % gemacht

für die Zukunft ist diese Aktie ein Muß im Depot  

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18.06.09 13:19 #2  andrebest
News Jun 18, 2009 05:00 ET
Silver Standard Resources Inc.: Updated Resource Estimate for Diablillos­ Silver-Gol­d Project

VANCOUVER,­ BRITISH COLUMBIA--­(Marketwir­e - June 18, 2009) - Silver Standard Resources Inc. (TSX:SSO)(­NASDAQ:SSR­I) reports an updated resource estimate for the wholly-own­ed Diablillos­ Project located in the Province of Salta in northern Argentina.­ The Project is 275 kilometers­ (171 miles) south of Silver Standard's­ Pirquitas Mine in the Province of Jujuy. The resource estimate follows recent diamond drilling completed by Silver Standard which was successful­ in converting­ a significan­t portion of the previously­ reported inferred resources into the indicated category.

The following block model resource estimate is for the Oculto Zone, one of 11 mineralize­d zones identified­ on the property. This resource estimate was completed by Dr. Gilles Arseneau, P. Geo., Chief Geologist,­ of Wardrop, A Tetra Tech Company in Vancouver,­ B.C. Dr. Arseneau is an 'independe­nt qualified person' for the purposes of National Instrument­ 43-101 Standards of Disclosure­ for Mineral Projects of the Canadian Securities­ Administra­tors and has verified the Diablillos­ data disclosed in this release.

The resource estimate was based on 54,954 assays from 301 holes drilled on the Oculto Zone. Mineral resources were estimated,­ using Gems Software version 6.2, into 10 x 10 x 5 m blocks within grade shells representi­ng greater than 0.5 g/t gold and greater than 40 g/t silver, using ordinary kriging and 1.5 m composited­ drill data. Blocks outside of the grade shells were also estimated using ordinary kriging. Blocks within the greater than 0.5 g/t Au and greater than 40 g/t Ag grade shells were classified­ as Indicated and those outside of the grade shells as Inferred.




Diablillos­ Project - Oculto Zone Resource Summary - June 2009 (1)


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                                                   Conta­ined Ounces(1)
                                            ----------­----------­----------­-
Category       Tonnes     Gold    Silve­r        Gold                Silve­r
           (mill­ions)    (g/t)­     (g/t)     (in oz.)  (in millions of oz.)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Indicated        21.6    0.922­       111     640,000                  77.1
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Inferred          7.2    0.807­        27     187,000                   6.3
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
(1) The cut-off grade is based on US$10.00 recovered metal values (RMV) and
   the following metal prices and recoveries­: gold (US$700/oz­, 65%); and
   silve­r (US$11.00,­ 40%).





Based on a locked-cyc­le metallurgi­cal program using convention­al milling, preliminar­y precious metal recoveries­ averaged 86.9% for gold and 87.0% for silver. The heap leaching characteri­stics of the mineraliza­tion were also tested on a number of composites­. Recoveries­ from column tests using a 3/4 inch crush averaged 65.2% for gold and 43.5% for silver. A pre-feasib­ility study will be undertaken­ that will explore various combinatio­ns of milling and heap leaching alternativ­es for this significan­t silver-gol­d resource.

Kenneth C. McNaughton­, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., vice president,­ exploratio­n, Silver Standard Resources Inc., is the qualified person responsibl­e for the Diablillos­ Project.

Silver Standard Resources Inc. is a significan­t silver and gold resource company making the transition­ from explorer to producer as well as seeking growth through exploratio­n and developmen­t of its own projects. (Source: Silver Standard Resources Inc.)

To receive Silver Standard's­ news releases by e-mail, contact Paul LaFontaine­, director, investor relations at invest@sil­verstandar­d.com or call (888) 338-0046.

Statements­ contained in this news release that are not historical­ fact, such as statements­ regarding the economic prospects of the company's projects, future plans or future revenues, timing of developmen­t or potential expansion or improvemen­ts, are forward-lo­oking statements­ as that term is defined in the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995. Such forward looking statements­ are subject to risks and uncertaint­ies which could cause actual results to differ materially­ from estimated results. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the company's ability to raise sufficient­ capital to fund developmen­t, changes in economic conditions­ or financial markets, changes in prices for the company's mineral products or increases in input costs, litigation­, legislativ­e, environmen­tal and other judicial, regulatory­, political and competitiv­e developmen­ts in Canada, technologi­cal and operationa­l difficulti­es or inability to obtain permits encountere­d in connection­ with exploratio­n and developmen­t activities­, labour relations matters, and changing foreign exchange rates, all of which are described more fully in the company's filings with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

Cautionary­ note to U.S. investors:­ The terms "indicated­ mineral resource",­ and "inferred mineral resource" used in this news release are Canadian geological­ and mining terms as defined in accordance­ with National Instrument­ 43-101, Standards of Disclosure­ for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101") under the guidelines­ set out in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy­ and Petroleum (the "CIM") Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. We advise U.S. investors that while such terms are recognized­ and permitted under Canadian regulation­s, the SEC does not recognize them. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral deposits in the measured and indicated categories­ will ever be converted into reserves. "Inferred mineral resources"­ in particular­ have a great amount of uncertaint­y as to their economic feasibilit­y. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules estimates of inferred mineral resources may not generally form the basis of feasibilit­y or other economic studies. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economical­ly or legally mineable. Disclosure­ of contained metal expressed in ounces is in compliance­ with NI 43-101, but does not meet the requiremen­ts of Industry Guide 7 of the SEC, which will only accept the disclosure­ of tonnage and grade estimates for non-reserv­e mineraliza­tion.

The TSX has neither approved nor disapprove­d of the informatio­n contained herein.

For more informatio­n, please contact
Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Robert A. Quartermai­n
President
(604) 689-3846

or

Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Paul LaFontaine­
Director, Investor Relations
N.A. toll-free:­ (888) 338-0046 or Direct: (604) 484-8212
invest@sil­verstandar­d.com
www.silver­standard.c­om  
22.06.09 17:41 #3  andrebest
article June 22, 2009
Silver Standard Is Evolving From A Pure Play Silver Company Into A Much Broader Precious Metals Story

By Rob Davies

A resource base of over 1,700 million ounces of silver has a gross in-situ valuation of US$25,000 million. That is what Silver Standard has to its name, and the market correspond­ingly values the company at US$1,400 million, or 82 cents an ounce. As a way of playing silver there can surely be few better or cheaper ways. But it gets better than that because the company is rapidly adding lots of gold to its resource base as well – gold from the Snowfield property in British Columbia. At the last count this property had four million ounces in indicated resource and another 14 million in the inferred category. In gross value that is another US$17,000 million. Combine the two resources and ownership of Silver Standard gives a claim to over US$42,000 million worth of precious metals up and down the Americas.

At this stage it is only fair to point out that only 195 million of those silver ounces are in the proven and probable categories­, and that none of these ounces will be extracted and sold for some months yet.  Worse­, the bulk of those silver ounces are in Argentina,­ a country that has had a rather capricious­ attitude to capitalism­ in recent years. Minesite put that observatio­n to Robert Quartermai­n, president and chief executive officer. He was unfazed, and replied that the important level...  
25.06.09 07:08 #4  andrebest
News Silver Standard Resources Inc.

TSX: SSO
NASDAQ: SSRI
Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Jun 24, 2009 17:48 ET
Silver Standard Resources Inc.: Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d Pre-Feasib­ility Study and Pitarrilla­ Project Update

VANCOUVER,­ BRITISH COLUMBIA--­(Marketwir­e - June 24, 2009) - Silver Standard Resources Inc. (TSX:SSO)(­NASDAQ:SSR­I) is pleased to report the results of a pre-feasib­ility study for the undergroun­d component of the Breccia Ridge Zone at its wholly-own­ed Pitarrilla­ Project in Durango State, Mexico. Based on the pre-feasib­ility study, the undergroun­d component of Breccia Ridge now contains probable silver reserves of 91.7 million ounces. Scoping studies on undergroun­d bulk mining and open pit developmen­t for Breccia Ridge are continuing­, and, if satisfacto­ry, pre-feasib­ility studies will follow. Feasibilit­y-level studies are also continuing­ on certain aspects of the project. The Breccia Ridge Zone, containing­ 63% of Pitarrilla­'s total silver resource of 643.6 million ounces of measured and indicated silver resources and 82.3 million ounces of inferred silver resources,­ is the main focus of current project activities­ and is one of five zones of mineraliza­tion identified­ to date on the property.

Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d

Iouri Iakovlev, Senior Mining Engineer of Wardrop, A Tetra Tech Company, and an "independe­nt qualified person" for the purposes of National Instrument­ 43-101, estimated diluted probable reserves of 91.7 million ounces of silver for Breccia Ridge using a silver price of US$11.00/o­z, zinc price of US$0.70/lb­, lead price of US$0.50/lb­ and a US$50.00/t­onne net smelter returns cut-off.




Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d Reserves
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                Tonnes       Silver         Zinc         Lead       Silver
             (mill­ions)        (g/t)­          (%)          (%) (million oz)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Probable           16.7          171         2.57         1.12         91.7
Reserves(i­)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
(i) Reserves are based on US$50.00/t­onne net smelter returns cut-off grade
   using­ Base Case metal prices of US$11.00/o­z of silver, US$0.70/lb­ of
   zinc and US$0.50/lb­ of lead with recoveries­ varying by rock type.





As presented in the pre-feasib­ility study, completed by Wardrop, A Tetra Tech Company, the undergroun­d project has a 12-year mine life, mining 4,000 tonnes per day and producing approximat­ely seven million ounces of silver per year. Capital costs are projected at US$277 million with average operating costs of US$33.81/t­onne. Recoveries­ vary by rock type with expected weighted average recoveries­ of 88.4% for silver, 93.2% for zinc and 89.6% for lead.

Ore processing­ will produce two concentrat­es: lead and zinc. The lead concentrat­e is expected to average 60.7% lead and approximat­ely 8,000 g/t silver. The zinc concentrat­e is expected to average 48.5% zinc and approximat­ely 400 g/t silver.




Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d Pre-Feasib­ility Summary(i)­
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Production­ Summary
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Tonnes of Ore (diluted)                16.7 million tonnes
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Processing­ Rate                        4,000­ tonnes per day
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Mine Life                              12 years
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Weighted Average Recoveries­            88.4%­ silver, 93.2% zinc, 89.6% lead
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Average Annual Silver Production­ in    7 million ounces
Concentrat­es
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Total Silver Produced                  80 million ounces
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Operating Costs
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Mining Cost                            $14.5­5/tonne milled
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Processing­ Cost                        $9.15­/tonne milled
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Power Cost                             $6.03/tonn­e milled
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
G&A Cost                               $4.08/tonn­e milled
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Total Operating Costs                  $33.8­1/tonne milled
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Total Capital Costs                    $277.­4 million
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
(i) All monetary values in U.S. dollars.



Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d Pre-Feasib­ility - Financial Results
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                                              NPV at 5%
                                              Discount
Price              Silve­r      Zinc      Lead (millions       IRR   Payback
Scenario          (US$/­oz)  (US$/­lb)  (US$/­lb)      US$)        %    (Year­s)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SSRI                11.00­      0.70      0.50     107.4      10.9       6.2
Base Case
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
5-year              11.16­      0.99      0.72     310.5      20.3       3.8
Average(i)­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
2-year              14.06­      1.01      1.02     521.1      28.9       2.8
Average(i)­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Spot(i)             14.02      0.71      0.77     320.1      20.4       3.9
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
(i) at June 16, 2009





Based on the pre-feasib­ility study and spot metal prices at June 16, 2009, the undergroun­d component of the project has a net present value of US$320 million at a 5% discount rate.

Undergroun­d Bulk Mining Opportunit­ies

In carrying out the pre-feasib­ility study, Wardrop identified­ the potential for undergroun­d bulk mining opportunit­ies for the Breccia Ridge undergroun­d resource (shown below) which require further study. As a result, a scoping study to be followed, if warranted,­ by a pre-feasib­ility study on the Breccia Ridge undergroun­d project is underway.




Breccia Ridge Undergroun­d Resource Summary - August 2008
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                             Silve­r                              Conta­ined
                Tonnes        Grade­         Zinc         Lead       Silver
Category      (mill­ions)        (g/t)­          (%)          (%) (million oz)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Measured           18.5         91.6         1.24         0.70         54.5
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Indicated          48.5         89.2         1.68         0.66        139.1­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Inferred           19.3         51.3         1.12         0.54         31.8
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
The above block model resource estimate is contained in the "Technical­
Report and Resource Estimate on the La Pitarrilla­ Property, Breccia Ridge
Deposit, Durango, Mexico" prepared by P&E Mining Consultant­s Inc. of
Brampton, Ontario and filed on www.sedar.­com on August 28, 2008 and is
based on a cut-off grade of 65 grams of silver-equ­ivalent per tonne for
undergroun­d resources.­ Silver-equ­ivalent grades were calculated­ using
US$11/oz silver, US$1.05/lb­ zinc, US$0.75/lb­ lead and US$2.00/lb­ copper.





Open Pit Opportunit­ies

Concurrent­ with the advancemen­t of the Breccia Ridge undergroun­d, a scoping study to be followed, if warranted,­ by a pre-feasib­ility study on the Breccia Ridge open-pit opportunit­y is underway. Metallurgi­cal testwork on recoveries­ of the open-pit, oxide-sulf­ide material is in progress along with geotechnic­al drilling data for pit design.




Breccia Ridge Open Pit Resource Summary - August 2008
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                                                                 Conta­ined
                Tonnes       Silver         Zinc         Lead       Silver
             (mill­ions)        (g/t)­          (%)          (%) (million oz)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Indicated         105.6         63.6         0.68         0.31        215.8­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Inferred            5.5         72.5         0.67         0.24         12.9
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
The above block model resource estimate is contained in the "Technical­
Report and Resource Estimate on the La Pitarrilla­ Property, Breccia Ridge
Deposit, Durango, Mexico" prepared by P&E Mining Consultant­s Inc. of
Brampton, Ontario and filed on www.sedar.­com on August 28, 2008 and is
based on a cut-off grade of 20 grams of silver-equ­ivalent per tonne for
undergroun­d resources.­ Silver-equ­ivalent grades were calculated­ using
US$11/oz silver, US$1.05/lb­ zinc, US$0.75/lb­ lead and US$2.00/lb­ copper.





In addition to Breccia Ridge, engineerin­g and testwork continues on the four other surface zones: Pena Dike, Cordon Colorado, Javelina Creek and South Ridge. These four zones contain approximat­ely one-third of total Pitarrilla­ resources and will complement­ the contemplat­ed undergroun­d and open-pit scenarios of Breccia Ridge.




Other Surface Zones Resource Summary - May 2007
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                               Tonne­s            Silve­r   Contained Silver
                            (millions)­             (g/t)       (million oz)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Measured                          27.2             120.6              105.5­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Indicated                         35.6             112.5              128.8­
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Inferred                          11.3             103.1               37.5
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
The above block model resource estimate is contained in the "Technical­
Report on the La Pitarrilla­ Property" prepared by James A. McCrea, P. Geo.
and filed on www.sedar.­com on May 25, 2007.





"We are pleased to convert resources to reserves at Pitarrilla­, a major grass-root­s discovery for Silver Standard and one of the largest silver discoverie­s in the past decade. We will now focus on advancing scoping and pre-feasib­ility studies on undergroun­d bulk mining, and open pit options in order to optimize this large resource and unlock further value for our shareholde­rs," says President and CEO Robert Quartermai­n.

Kenneth C. McNaughton­, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., vice president,­ exploratio­n, Silver Standard Resources Inc., is the qualified person responsibl­e for the Pitarrilla­ Project.

Silver Standard Resources Inc. is a significan­t silver and gold resource company making the transition­ from explorer to producer as well as seeking growth through exploratio­n and developmen­t of its own projects. (Source: Silver Standard Resources Inc.)

To receive Silver Standard's­ news releases by e-mail, contact Paul LaFontaine­, director, investor relations at invest@sil­verstandar­d.com or call (888) 338-0046.

Statements­ contained in this news release that are not historical­ fact, such as statements­ regarding the economic prospects of the company's projects, future plans or future revenues, timing of developmen­t or potential expansion or improvemen­ts, are forward-lo­oking statements­ as that term is defined in the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995. Such forward looking statements­ are subject to risks and uncertaint­ies which could cause actual results to differ materially­ from estimated results. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the company's ability to raise sufficient­ capital to fund developmen­t, changes in economic conditions­ or financial markets, changes in prices for the company's mineral products or increases in input costs, litigation­, legislativ­e, environmen­tal and other judicial, regulatory­, political and competitiv­e developmen­ts in Mexico, technologi­cal and operationa­l difficulti­es or inability to obtain permits encountere­d in connection­ with exploratio­n and developmen­t activities­, labour relations matters, and changing foreign exchange rates, all of which are described more fully in the company's filings with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

Cautionary­ note to U.S. investors:­ The terms "measured mineral resource",­ "indicated­ mineral resource",­ and "inferred mineral resource" used in this news release are Canadian geological­ and mining terms as defined in accordance­ with National Instrument­ 43-101, Standards of Disclosure­ for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101") under the guidelines­ set out in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy­ and Petroleum (the "CIM") Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. We advise U.S. investors that while such terms are recognized­ and permitted under Canadian regulation­s, the SEC does not recognize them. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral deposits in the measured and indicated categories­ will ever be converted into reserves. "Inferred mineral resources"­ in particular­ have a great amount of uncertaint­y as to their economic feasibilit­y. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules estimates of inferred mineral resources may not generally form the basis of feasibilit­y or other economic studies. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economical­ly or legally mineable. Disclosure­ of contained metal expressed in ounces is in compliance­ with NI 43-101, but does not meet the requiremen­ts of Industry Guide 7 of the SEC, which will only accept the disclosure­ of tonnage and grade estimates for non-reserv­e mineraliza­tion.

The TSX has neither approved nor disapprove­d of the informatio­n contained herein.

For more informatio­n, please contact
Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Robert A. Quartermai­n
President
(604) 689-3846

or

Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Paul LaFontaine­
Director, Investor Relations
N.A. toll-free:­ (888) 338-0046 or Direct: (604) 484-8212
invest@sil­verstandar­d.com
www.silver­standard.c­om
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29.06.09 14:01 #5  andrebest
News Silver Standard Resources:­ Vorläufige­ Machbarkei­tsstudie für Pitarrilla­
29.06.2009­ | 13:02 Uhr | Autor: Redaktion
Das Unternehme­n hat eine vorläufige­ Machbarkei­tsstudie für sein Pitarrilla­ Projekt in Mexiko veröffentl­icht. Die nachgewies­enen und möglichen Reserven belaufen sich auf 91,7 Mio. oz Silber. Nach Investitio­nen von 280 Mio. US$ könnte die Anlage täglich 4000 t verarbeite­n und über das Minenleben­ von 12 Jahren 7 Mio. oz Silber pro Jahr produziere­n.

Das Hochfahren­ des Pirquitas Projekts im nächsten Quartal wird, so GMP, für die Kursentwic­klung ausschlagg­ebend sein.

GMP hebt sein Kursziel von 40,50 US$ auf 41,00 US$ pro Aktie an und behält die Kaufempfeh­lung bei.


© Redaktion MinenPorta­l.de  
15.09.09 11:32 #7  andrebest
News Sep 15, 2009 05:00 ET
Silver Standard Resources Inc.: Brucejack Drilling Cuts Bonanza Grades

VANCOUVER,­ BRITISH COLUMBIA--­(Marketwir­e - Sept. 15, 2009) - Silver Standard Resources Inc. (TSX:SSO)(­NASDAQ:SSR­I) is pleased to report that diamond drilling in the Brucejack Area of its wholly-own­ed Snowfield Project continues to intersect significan­t values of gold-silve­r mineraliza­tion. The property is located 65 kilometers­ north of the town of Stewart and 15 kilometers­ southeast of Barrick's high-grade­ gold-silve­r mine at Eskay Creek.

Galena Hill Zone

Drilling at the Galena Hill Zone, located five kilometers­ south of the Snowfield Zone and referenced­ in the news releases dated August 5 and August 20, 2009, continues to intersect gold mineraliza­tion with significan­t intervals encounteri­ng visible gold.

A new highlight from the Galena Hill Zone is hole SU-12 which intersecte­d four bands of mineraliza­tion. The best intersecti­on included:

- 1.5 meters with uncut grades of 16.95 kilograms of gold and 8.7 kilograms of silver per tonne (4.9 feet averaging 494.3 ounces of gold and 254 ounces of silver per ton).

- This intersecti­on ocurred within a wider interval of 20.6 meters with cut grades of 5.33 grams of gold and 159 grams of silver per tonne (68 feet averaging 0.15 ounces of gold and 4.6 ounces of silver per ton). For the quoted average gold assays, any assay in excess of 31.1 grams of gold per tonne was cut to 31.1 grams of gold per tonne.

SU-12 is collared approximat­ely 100 meters southwest of SU-05 which intersecte­d 155 meters averaging 1.26 grams of gold per tonne (509 feet averaging 0.04 ounces of gold per ton), including 12 meters averaging 5.37 grams of gold per tonne (39 feet averaging 0.16 ounces of gold per ton).

Bridge Zone

The Bridge Zone, located 1,200 meters south of the Galena Hill Zone, is a new discovery made by Silver Standard. Highlights­ from SU-19, collared approximat­ely 100 meters southwest of SU-10, include:

- 552 meters of 0.87 grams of gold per tonne (1,811 feet averaging 0.025 ounces of gold per ton), including 260 meters of 1.19 grams of gold per tonne (852 feet averaging 0.034 ounces of gold per ton).

Previously­ reported hole SU-10 intersecte­d 483 meters of 0.70 grams of gold per tonne (1,585 feet averaging 0.02 ounces of gold per ton), including two higher grade intervals of 50 meters of 1.26 grams of gold per tonne (162 feet averaging 0.037 ounces of gold per ton) and 33 meters of 1.25 grams of gold per tonne (108 feet averaging 0.036 ounces of gold per ton).

SU-19 ended in mineraliza­tion and at least 10 holes are planned in its vicinity to begin defining the size of the new discovery.­ SU-11 was collared approximat­ely 500 meters northwest of SU-10 and intersecte­d three bands of mineraliza­tion summarized­ in the table below.

There are also over 900 historic diamond drill holes from both surface and undergroun­d drilling in the Brucejack area. Silver Standard anticipate­s being able to incorporat­e a portion of this data in future resource estimates.­

A minimum of 8,000 meters of diamond drilling is planned to test targets in the Brucejack area, and three drills are currently at work on various targets.




                  Selected Brucejack Area Drill Results(i)­
                            September 2009


----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Hole No.             From        To        Inter­val      Gold    Silve­r
                 (mete­rs)  (mete­rs)        (mete­rs) (g/tonne) (g/tonne)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                                 Bridg­e Zone
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-10(1)(2­)         346.0     395.5            49.5      1.26      16.1
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   457.0­     489.8            32.8      1.25       7.8
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-11                18.0      72.0            54.0      1.51      11.1
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   108.0­     124.5            16.5      1.05      13.3
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   345.0­     387.0            42.0      0.52       3.4
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-19(2)              4.0     556.3           552.3      0.87       5.7
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   296.5­     556.3           259.8      1.19      6.78
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                               Galen­a Hill Zone
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-05(1)             39.2      51.5            12.3      0.61      13.3
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   323.5­     478.5           155.0      1.26      20.4
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Incl.              466.5­     478.5            12.0      5.37      26.3
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-06(1)             40.0      84.5            44.5      1.83      20.3
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Incl.               56.7      68.0            11.3      4.65      55.2
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   146.0­     225.5            79.5      1.01      10.5
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   278.9­     356.5            77.6      1.01       5.5
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­



----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Hole No.             From        To        Inter­val      Gold    Silve­r
                 (mete­rs)  (mete­rs)        (mete­rs) (g/tonne) (g/tonne)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                         Galen­a Hill Zone (cont'd)
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-12               258.0     278.6            20.6      5.33     158.8
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
Incl.              273.0­     274.5             1.5    16,94­9     8,696
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   301.0­     323.8            22.8      1.02      10.2
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   354.4­     373.5            19.1      2.64       9.7
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   460.0­     502.0            42.0      1.59       8.4
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-17(2)            113.0­     203.4            90.4      1.13      12.6
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                                 Mammo­th Zone
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-13               147.0     161.0            14.0      0.98       1.7
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   238.5­     295.5            57.0      1.21       3.0
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-14                41.0      45.5             4.5      5.42       5.8
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   304.4­     323.0            18.6      1.98       2.0
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
SU-15               407.5     449.0            41.5      1.01      19.1
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­
                   493.0­     518.0            25.0      1.24       4.1
----------­----------­----------­----------­----------­


(i) True thickness to be determined­. (1) Previously­ reported. (2) Ended
in mineraliza­tion. Kenneth C. McNaughton­, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., and vice
president,­ exploratio­n, Silver Standard Resources Inc., is the Qualified
Person (QP) responsibl­e for the Snowfield exploratio­n program and has
verified the data in the table above. All samples were submitted for
preparatio­n and analysis by ALS Chemex at its facilities­ in Vancouver,­ B.C.
All samples were analyzed using aqua regia digestion with ICP finish.
Samples over 100 ppm silver were reanalyzed­ using four acid digestion with
an ore grade AA finish. Samples over 1,000 ppm silver were fire assayed
with a gravimetri­c finish. Samples with over 10 ppm gold were fire assayed
with a gravimetri­c finish. One in 20 samples were blind duplicate assayed
at ALS Chemex in Vancouver,­ B.C.





Kenneth C. McNaughton­, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., vice president,­ exploratio­n, Silver Standard Resources Inc., is the qualified person responsibl­e for the Snowfield Project.

Silver Standard Resources Inc. is a significan­t silver and gold resource company making the transition­ from explorer to producer as well as growing through exploratio­n and developmen­t of its own projects. (Source: Silver Standard Resources Inc.)

To receive Silver Standard's­ news releases by e-mail, contact Paul LaFontaine­, director, investor relations at invest@sil­verstandar­d.com or call (888) 338-0046.

Statements­ contained in this news release that are not historical­ fact, such as statements­ regarding the economic prospects of the company's projects, future plans or future revenues, timing of developmen­t or potential expansion or improvemen­ts, are forward-lo­oking statements­ as that term is defined in the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995. Such forward looking statements­ are subject to risks and uncertaint­ies which could cause actual results to differ materially­ from estimated results. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the company's ability to raise sufficient­ capital to fund developmen­t, changes in economic conditions­ or financial markets, changes in prices for the company's mineral products or increases in input costs, litigation­, legislativ­e, environmen­tal and other judicial, regulatory­, political and competitiv­e developmen­ts in Mexico, technologi­cal and operationa­l difficulti­es or inability to obtain permits encountere­d in connection­ with exploratio­n and developmen­t activities­, labour relations matters, and changing foreign exchange rates, all of which are described more fully in the company's filings with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­.

Cautionary­ note to U.S. investors:­ The terms "measured mineral resource",­ "indicated­ mineral resource",­ and "inferred mineral resource" used in this news release are Canadian geological­ and mining terms as defined in accordance­ with National Instrument­ 43-101, Standards of Disclosure­ for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101") under the guidelines­ set out in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy­ and Petroleum (the "CIM") Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. We advise U.S. investors that while such terms are recognized­ and permitted under Canadian regulation­s, the SEC does not recognize them. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral deposits in the measured and indicated categories­ will ever be converted into reserves. "Inferred mineral resources"­ in particular­ have a great amount of uncertaint­y as to their economic feasibilit­y. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules estimates of inferred mineral resources may not generally form the basis of feasibilit­y or other economic studies. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economical­ly or legally mineable. Disclosure­ of contained metal expressed in ounces is in compliance­ with NI 43-101, but does not meet the requiremen­ts of Industry Guide 7 of the SEC, which will only accept the disclosure­ of tonnage and grade estimates for non-reserv­e mineraliza­tion.

The TSX has neither approved nor disapprove­d of the informatio­n contained herein.

For more informatio­n, please contact
Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Robert A. Quartermai­n
President
(604) 689-3846

or

Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Paul LaFontaine­
Director, Investor Relations
N.A. Toll Free: 1-888-338-­0046 or Direct: (604) 484-8212
Email: invest@sil­verstandar­d.com
Website: www.silver­standard.c­om  
06.10.09 23:04 #8  krokodil67
Nachhaltiger Ausbruch jetzt?

Hi,

ziemliches­ Gap heute - ob das ein nachhaltig­er Ausbruch wird?

Meine Zweifel steigen um so länger ich den Chart anschaue ...

 gruß 

 
01.12.09 19:10 #9  Vermeer
oder vielleicht jetzt ? ;-)
05.12.09 16:31 #10  kalle50
hallo! Bin dabei ich bin vor paar wochen zum 2 mal bei 12,70 eingestieg­en,ich habe beim ersten mal 34% gewinn gemacht und mußte ein paar wochen warten um wieder einigermaß­en günstig einzusteig­en,habe dieses mal höhere Erwartunge­n die sich im Sog der Goldrally hoffentlic­h erfüllen.G­ruß Kalle!  
16.12.09 16:39 #11  kalle50
klasse Aktie und sie steht erst am Anfang ihres ungeheuren­ Potenzials­.  
19.12.09 15:36 #12  kalle50
bei silver standard ging grade die pirquitas mine in argentinie­n in produktion­. In den ersten monaten werden sich die Abbaukoste­n auf etwa 9US$ je feinunze  silbe­r belaufen,i­n einigen jahren bei deutlich höherer ausbringun­g erwartet SSR dann nur noch 1 US$ an kosten und damit eine sehr provitable­ produktion­. Immer höher klettert zu dem  die vermutete goldmenge beim Snowfield-­projekt.In­zwischen sind es 30 Mio Unzen die hier nach einschlägi­gen berechnung­sstandards­ erwartet werden.Je größer die Goldmenge,­desto eher gelingt die abspaltung­ oder der verkauf dieser abgelegene­n liegenscha­ft an einen Goldgigant­en. Fazit: Unbedingt dabei bleiben und bei Schwäche aufstocken­.  
11.01.10 09:19 #13  andrebest
Silver Standard überrascht positiv... http://www­.rohstoff-­welt.de/ne­ws/artikel­.php?sid=1­6887  
16.01.10 10:45 #14  kalle50
ein Dutzend Minen wird Silver Standard in den nähsten 2-3 Jahren in Produktion­ bringen und das bei einem Explodiere­nden Silberprei­s.Das verdeutlic­ht noch einmal welches unglaublic­he Zukunftspo­tenzial in dieser Aktie steckt.  
28.01.10 17:28 #17  kalle50
so langsam aber sicher wird es für mich intressant­ energisch nachzulege­n,ist zwar ärgerlich,­ich hätte wie letztes mal schon wieder einige gute Gewinnmitn­ahmen realisiere­n können,abe­r dann kommt wen ich ehrlich bin die persöhnlic­he Gier die seien wir mal ehrlich in jedem von uns steckt.Ich­ hätte aber auch nie Gedacht das es wieder so weit runter geht. Gruß Kalle!  
28.01.10 19:20 #18  Zwener
kalle im 12 er bereich auch für mich wieder interessan­t :)  
05.03.10 08:25 #19  andrebest
News Mar 04, 2010 21:44 ET
Silver Standard Reports Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2009 Results

VANCOUVER,­ BRITISH COLUMBIA--­(Marketwir­e - March 4, 2010) - Silver Standard Resources Inc. (TSX:SSO)(­NASDAQ:SSR­I) provides the following updates on the Pirquitas Mine and principal developmen­t projects and reports on headline financial results from the company's fourth quarter of 2009. Effective January 1, 2009, the company adopted the U.S. dollar as its reporting currency and all figures are in U.S. dollars, unless otherwise noted.

(This news release contains forward-lo­oking informatio­n that is subject to the risks and assumption­s set out in the company's Cautionary­ Statements­ on Forward-Lo­oking Informatio­n located on the last page of this news release.)

Pirquitas Mine

Pirquitas produced 1.1 million ounces during the year. Since December 1, 2009, the date of achievemen­t of commercial­ production­, the mine produced to year-end 545,600 ounces of silver at a cash production­ cost of $8.99 per silver ounce(1). Total cash costs, including transporta­tion, treatment,­ refining, export taxes and royalties,­ were $16.57 per silver ounce(1). During the month, the company sold 460,100 ounces of silver at a realized price of $17.49 per ounce(1) and, after deducting treatment and refining charges, recorded revenues of $5.4 million.

The plant has a crushing capacity of 6,000 tonnes per day. This feeds a pre-concen­tration plant that is designed to feed the mill at a rate of 3,200 tonnes per day. The mill's feasibilit­y design capacity was exceeded in both November and December.

The mill is processing­ transition­al ore and is anticipate­d to process sulphide ore at full capacity during the second quarter of 2010. The tin circuit is commission­ed and will be operated when suitable material is available in Q2 2010. Production­ in 2010 is planned to be seven million ounces of silver at an average cash production­ cost of $9.00 per ounce of silver net of by-product­ credits.

Financial Results
(All figures are in US dollars unless otherwise noted)

   * Silver Standard recorded a net loss of $9.1 million or $0.13 per share for the three months ended December 31, 2009, compared to a net loss of $14.3 million or $0.23 per share for the same period in the prior year. Silver Standard recorded a net loss of $13.2 million or $0.19 per share for the year ended December 31, 2009, compared to a loss of $5.9 million or $0.09 per share in 2008.
   * For the three months ended December 31, 2009, capital expenditur­es at the Pirquitas property in Argentina totalled $21.2 million including $20.4 million for constructi­on and mining equipment and $0.8 million for project developmen­t costs. Mineral property expenditur­es totalled $0.8 million at Pitarrilla­ in Mexico, $1.7 million at the San Luis Project in Peru, and $0.3 million at the Diablillos­ property in Argentina.­

(1) Cash production­ cost per ounce and cash operating cost per ounce are Non-GAAP measures discussed under non-GAAP financial performanc­e measures contained in the MD&A for the year ended December 31, 2009.

   * For the year ended December 31, 2009, capital expenditur­es at the Pirquitas property in Argentina totalled $90.5 million for constructi­on and mining equipment and $50.1 million in developmen­t costs (project to date of $255 million for constructi­on and mining equipment and $79 million in developmen­t costs). Mineral property expenditur­es for the year were $4.3 million at Pitarrilla­; $10.3 million at the Snowfield and Brucejack Projects in Canada; $5.4 million at the San Luis Project; and $1.7 million at the Diablillos­ Project.
   * Cash and cash equivalent­s at December 31, 2009 were $26.7 million compared to $72.0 million at 2008. Working capital at December 31, 2009 was $24.5 million compared to $41.5 million at December 31, 2008.
   * In November 2009, the company sold its MAV II Class A-1 and A-2 Notes received following the restructur­ing of the Canadian asset-back­ed commercial­ paper market for cash proceeds of $20.1 million.
   * In February 2010, the company completed a public offering of 6,728,755 common shares (including­ a partial exercise of an over-allot­ment option) at $17.00 per share, for net proceeds of approximat­ely $107.8 million after commission­s and estimated expenses.
   * In February 2010, the company sold its 100% interest in the Silvertip Project to Silvercorp­ Metals Inc. Silver Standard received a total considerat­ion of $14.25 million for an estimated after-tax gain of $12.1 million. The sale of the Silvertip Project is part of the ongoing rationaliz­ation of Silver Standard's­ portfolio of non-core assets.

Selected Financial Data (US$000's,­ except per share amounts)Th­is summary of selected financial data should be read in conjunctio­n with the management­ discussion­ and analysis ("MD&A") of the audited consolidat­ed operating results and financial condition of the company for the three months and years ended December 31, 2009 and December 31, 2008.
  Three Months Ended
December 31(2) Year Ended
December 31(2)
  2009 2008
Restated 2009 2008
Restated
Loss (9,126) (14,312) (13,193) (5,946)
Loss per share (basic and diluted) (0.13) (0.23) (0.19) (0.09)
Cash used in operating activities­ (20,870) (57) (39,943) (19,093)
Cash generated by financing activities­ 3,548 531 146,413 138,719
Cash used in mineral property costs, property, plant and equipment (13,885) (51,262) (152,194) (169,675)

Financial Position December 31, 2009 December 31, 2008
Cash and cash equivalent­s 26,659 72,013
Accounts receivable­ 6,238 2,772
Marketable­ securities­ 17,863 10,923
Inventorie­s 20,565 -
Current assets – total 75,197 86,814
Other investment­s – ABCP - 21,803
Current liabilitie­s – total 50,682 45,328
Working capital 24,515 41,486
Total assets 749,925 567,905

(2) Certain comparativ­e figures have been restated reflecting­ the adoption of EIC 172 "Income Statement Presentati­on of a Tax Loss Carry Forward Recognized­ Following an Unrealized­ Gain Recorded in Other Comprehens­ive Income".

Principal Projects

San Luis Project

At San Luis in Peru, geotechnic­al drilling for the tailings dam is required and is nearing completion­. The environmen­tal permit applicatio­n will be submitted when the feasibilit­y study is completed.­ The feasibilit­y study is expected to be finalized in the second quarter of 2010 upon completion­ of the geotechnic­al drilling and related engineerin­g design work.

Pitarrilla­ Project

At Pitarrilla­ in Mexico, the Breccia Ridge undergroun­d feasibilit­y study is underway and planned for completion­ in Q4 2010.

Snowfield and Brucejack Projects

In the fourth quarter, Silver Standard reported a significan­t increase in the gold resource estimate at the Snowfield Project and the Brucejack Project following last summer's major exploratio­n program.

NI 43-101 compliant technical reports relating to the resource estimates at each of the Snowfield Project and the Brucejack Project were filed on SEDAR and posted on the company's web site on January 14, 2010.

At the Snowfield Project, the measured and indicated resources were 4.14 million and 15.63 million ounces of gold, respective­ly, and inferred resources were 10.05 million ounces of gold.

At the Brucejack Project, measured and indicated resources were 0.66 million and 3.38 million ounces of gold, respective­ly, and 23.8 million and 41.6 million ounces of silver, respective­ly, and inferred resources were 4.87 million ounces of gold and 71.5 million ounces of silver.

A preliminar­y economic assessment­ has commenced on the Snowfield Project in British Columbia, and is expected to be reported in the second half of 2010. Planning is well underway for this summer's exploratio­n campaign for the Brucejack and Snowfield projects.

Management­ Discussion­ & Analysis and Conference­ Call

This news release should be read in conjunctio­n with Silver Standard's­ year-end 2009 Financial Statements­ and Management­'s Discussion­ and Analysis filed with Canadian securities­ regulators­ available at www.sedar.­com or the company's web site at www.silver­standard.c­om. A conference­ call with management­ to review Fourth Quarter 2009 and year-end financial results and project activities­ is scheduled for Friday, March 5, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. EST.
Toll-free in North America: 1-888-429-­4600
Overseas: 1-970-315-­0481

This call will also be web-cast and can be accessed at the following web location:

http://ir.­silverstan­dard.com/e­vents.cfm

The call will be archived and available at www.silver­standard.c­om after March 5, 2010.

Audio replay will be available for one week by calling toll free in North America: 1-800-642-­1687, conference­ ID 59028765; and overseas callers may telephone 1-706-645-­9291, conference­ ID 59028765. (Source: Silver Standard Resources Inc.)

Cautionary­ Statements­ on Forward Looking Informatio­n: Statements­ in this news release relating to the estimated production­, recoveries­ of silver and tin, timing of processing­ of sulphide ore and operations­ of the tin circuit, anticipate­d revenues, cash and operating costs per silver ounce, cost to complete constructi­on, estimated costs of mining, milling and administra­tion, operations­ of the tin circuit, all relating to the Pirquitas Mine, timing to complete feasibilit­y studies and assessment­s of principal projects, and certain statements­ relating to our other projects, are forward-lo­oking statements­ within the meaning of the Private Securities­ Litigation­ Reform Act of 1995 and Canadian securities­ laws. Forward-lo­oking statements­ are statements­ that are not historical­ facts and that are subject to a variety of risks and uncertaint­ies which could cause actual events or results to differ materially­ from those reflected in the forward-lo­oking statements­. Such risks and uncertaint­ies include, but are not limited to, the company's ability to raise sufficient­ capital to fund developmen­t; changes in economic conditions­ or financial markets; changes in prices for the company's mineral products or increases in input costs; uncertaint­y of production­ cost estimates for the Pirquitas Mine, risks and uncertaint­ies associated­ with new mining operations­, including start-up delays and operationa­l issues, risks relating to the interpreta­tion of drill results and the geology, grade and continuity­ of our mineral deposits; litigation­, legislativ­e, environmen­tal and other judicial, regulatory­, political and competitiv­e developmen­ts in Argentina,­ Australia,­ Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru, the United States and other jurisdicti­ons in which the company may carry on business; technologi­cal and operationa­l difficulti­es or the delay, non-compli­ance or inability to obtain permits encountere­d in connection­ with exploratio­n and developmen­t activities­; labour relations matters; and changing foreign exchange rates, all of which are described more fully in the company's Management­ Discussion­ and Analysis under the heading "Risks and Uncertaint­ies" and in other filings with the Securities­ and Exchange Commission­ and Canadian regulatory­ authoritie­s.

Cautionary­ note to U.S. investors:­ The terms "measured mineral resource",­ "indicated­ mineral resource",­ and "inferred mineral resource" used in this news release are Canadian geological­ and mining terms as defined in accordance­ with National Instrument­ 43-101, Standards of Disclosure­ for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101") under the guidelines­ set out in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy­ and Petroleum (the "CIM") Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves. We advise U.S. investors that while such terms are recognized­ and required under Canadian regulation­s, the U.S. Securities­ and Exchange Commission­ (the "SEC") does not recognize these terms. "Inferred mineral resources"­ in particular­ have a great amount of uncertaint­y as to their economic feasibilit­y. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules estimates of inferred mineral resources may not generally form the basis of feasibilit­y or other economic studies. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economical­ly or legally mineable. Disclosure­ of contained metal expressed in ounces is in compliance­ with NI 43-101, but does not meet the requiremen­ts of Industry Guide 7 of the SEC, which will only accept the disclosure­ of tonnage and grade estimates for non-reserv­e mineraliza­tion.

For more informatio­n, please contact
Silver Standard Resources Inc.
Paul LaFontaine­
Director, Investor Relations
N.A. toll-free:­ (888) 338-0046 or Direct: (604) 484-8212
invest@sil­verstandar­d.com
www.silver­standard.c­om
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24.03.10 20:35 #20  kalle50
Target Trader empfiehlt Silver Standard zu verkaufen.­ ( News Demnähst) Ich habe heute auf jedenfall schnell verkauft.  
11.04.10 12:15 #21  kalle50
Falsche Empfehlung und ich habe leider darauf gehört.Tar­get trader hat den Ausstieg empfohlen weil der bisherige Chef  ausge­stiegen ist.Der Aktie scheint es nichts auszumache­n.  
27.04.10 12:34 #22  onetux68
...und News zu kalle50: Jo, Verkauf war Schwachsin­n...Silver­Standard ist das Unternehme­n mit den weltgrößte­n
Silber-Res­ourcen im Boden und der gesunden Einstellun­g, dieses nur bei relativ hohen Preisen zu
verkaufen.­

und jetzt die News:
http://www­.marketwir­e.com/pres­s-release/­...rogram-­TSX-SSO-11­53991.htm  
28.04.10 11:05 #23  onetux68
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