OREANDA-NEWS. Central Asia Metals (CAML's) recent annual results show that the company recorded another profitable year in 2015. With a final dividend of 8.0p, the company is maintaining the total dividend at 12.5p, resulting in a dividend yield of 7.1% at the current share price. CAML has been profitable ever since it started its operations in 2012, despite a downward trend in the copper price, which hit six-year lows in 2015.

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