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IAMGOLD Corporation

Publié le 25 février 2011

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IAMGOLD Corporation
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February 24, 2011
IAMGOLD Reports Record Production, Record Net Earnings, Record Operating Cash Flow for the Fourth Quarter
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 24, 2011) �

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All amounts are expressed in US dollars, unless otherwise indicated.

IAMGOLD Corporation (TSX:IMG)(NYSE:IAG)(BOTSWANA:IAMGOLD) ("IAMGOLD" or "the Company") today reported its unaudited consolidated financial and operating results for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2010. Net earnings were $144.5 million ($0.39 per share), an increase of $191.9 million compared to the fourth quarter of 2009, and operating cash flow was $221.3 million ($0.59 per share(1)), representing an increase of 228% from the fourth quarter of 2009.

"We had an excellent fourth quarter, with a 35% increase in gold production the key driver behind record highs in net earnings and cash flow," said Steve Letwin, IAMGOLD's President and CEO. "Gold production was at the top end of our latest guidance reflecting the hard work and resourcefulness of our employees. These strong financial results, however, were overshadowed by the death earlier this month of an employee of a contractor at our Rosebel mine in Suriname. We are saddened by this tragic accident and extend our deepest sympathies to his family. Safety is, and will continue to be, our top priority."

"Our plan in 2011 is to build on our strong operational competencies to maximize the growth potential of our core gold assets," continued Mr. Letwin. "With our strong performance in 2010 and a 13% increase in gold reserves, we are on track to achieving our production target of 1.1 to 1.2 million ounces of gold for the year. We continue to assess the business alternatives to unlocking the value of our niobium asset, and together with our focus on organic growth, are powerful drivers of future performance and improved shareholder returns."

FOURTH QUARTER 2010 HIGHLIGHTS

--  Net earnings of $144.5 million ($0.39 per share) increased by $191.9
    million, compared to a net loss of $47.4 million (loss of $0.13 per
    share) in the fourth quarter of 2009.

--  Adjusted net earnings(2) of $144.9 million ($0.39 per share) increased
    by 155% from $56.8 million ($0.15 per share) in the fourth quarter of
    2009.

--  Operating cash flow of $221.3 million ($0.59 per share(1)) increased by
    228% from $67.5 million ($0.18 per share(1)) in the fourth quarter of
    2009.

--  Gold production increased by 35% to 315,000 attributable ounces at a
    cash cost(3) of $574 per ounce compared to 234,000 attributable ounces
    at a cash cost of $488 per ounce during the fourth quarter of 2009. At
    IAMGOLD operated sites, the average cash cost per ounce was $508 in the
    fourth quarter of 2010.

--  On February 9, 2011, IAMGOLD received $49 million for the sale of its La
    Arena project.

--  On February 24, 2011, IAMGOLD entered into an agreement for a private
    placement of flow-through shares. The issuance of 1.7 million shares at
    a price of $25.48 per share, raised gross proceeds of C$43.3 million.
 
FULL-YEAR 2010 HIGHLIGHTS

Financial Results and Position

--  Record results for net earnings, adjusted net earnings and operating
    cash flow in 2010.

--  Net earnings of $279.8 million ($0.75 per share) increased by 145%
    compared to $114.1 million ($0.32 per share) in 2009.

--  Adjusted net earnings(2) of $285.7 million ($0.77 per share(2))
    increased by 68% from $170.0 million ($0.48 per share) in 2009.

--  Operating cash flow of $415.1 million ($1.12 per share(1)) increased by
    62% compared to $257.0 million ($0.73 per share) in 2009.

--  The Company's financial position has improved with $761.3 million in
    available liquidity, reflecting an increase from the previous quarter
    due mainly to the impact of the Essakane mine now fully operational.
    Cash, cash equivalents and gold bullion (at market value) were $411.3
    million and the undrawn credit facility was $350.0 million at December
    31, 2010.

--  Tenth straight annual dividend and increased to $0.08 per share with
    $29.8 million paid in January 2011.
 
Production and Cash Costs

Gold Operations

--  Gold production of 967,000 ounces increased by 3% from 939,000 ounces in
    2009.

--  Weighted average cash costs(3) were $574 per ounce compared to $461 per
    ounce in 2009.

--  Annual average cash costs at IAMGOLD's operating sites (Rosebel,
    Essakane, Mupane, and the Doyon division) were $525 per ounce in 2010
    compared to $657 per ounce for the Company's joint ventures and working
    interests (Sadiola, Yatela, Tarkwa and Damang).

--  Commercial production at Essakane began on July 16, 2010. Total
    attributable production in 2010 was 122,000 ounces at a cash cost(3) of
    $429 per ounce. Throughput continued to ramp up with over 22,000 tonnes
    per day in December 2010, and is in line with its goal of 25,000 tonnes
    per day while processing soft rock.
 
Niobium Operation

--  Strong niobium production of 4.4 million kilograms in 2010, 7% higher
    than production in 2009, and an operating margin(4) of $18 per kilogram
    compared to $20 per kilogram in 2009.
 
Exploration

--  Exploration expenditures of $86.3 million in 2010 included accelerating
    work on promising results at the Company's joint ventures in West Africa
    and the Charmagne discovery in Suriname. These successes supported
    supplemental funding approval for both near-mine exploration and
    greenfields exploration in 2010 along with aggressive programs planned
    for 2011.
 
Reserves

--  The proactive exploration program at IAMGOLD resulted in increases in
    reserves and resources.

--  Gold proven and probable reserves increased by 1.9 million ounces, or
    13%, to 16.4 million ounces.

--  Niobium proven and probable reserves increased by 34% to 243.8 million
    kilograms of contained niobium pentoxide (Nb2O5).
 
Development Projects

--  The Westwood project is on track to commence commercial production in
    early 2013. Shaft sinking achieved a depth of 1,063 metres at the end of
    2010.

--  The Sadiola sulphide project feasibility study was completed and a
    construction decision is expected to be made in the first half of 2011.

--  On February 9, 2011, IAMGOLD received $49 million in cash from Rio Alto
    Mining Limited ("Rio Alto") for the sale of its La Arena project.  In
    addition, as part of the option and earn-in agreement in June 2009,
    IAMGOLD received 8 million shares of Rio Alto with an approximate market
    value of $18 million as of February 23, 2011.
 
REVIEW OF 2010 RESULTS

Financial Results

--  Revenues were $1,167.2 million in 2010, a 28% increase from 2009
    primarily due to higher realized gold prices. The average realized gold
    price in 2010 for IAMGOLD's operations and joint ventures rose 31%
    compared to 2009 and the number of ounces of gold sold increased by 2%.

--  In 2010, net earnings were $279.8 million ($0.75 per share) compared to
    $114.1 million ($0.32 per share) in 2009. Adjusted net earnings(2) of
    $285.7 million ($0.77 per share(2)) increased by 68% compared to $170.0
    million ($0.48 per share) in 2009. The impact of higher sales and gold
    prices was partially offset by increases in mining costs and income and
    mining taxes.

--  Operating cash flow was $415.1 million ($1.12 per share(1)) in 2010, an
    increase of 62% compared to $257.0 million ($0.73 per share) in 2009.
    The increase is mainly due to increased sales partially offset by higher
    mining costs and income and mining taxes.
 
Financial Position

--  The Company's cash, cash equivalents and gold bullion (at market value)
    position has improved with $411.3 million available at December 31, 2010
    compared to $300.1 million available at December 31, 2009. During 2010,
    cash and cash equivalents increased mainly due to record cash flow from
    operating activities, partially offset by capital expenditures in mining
    assets and exploration and development projects. The Company's financial
    position reflects an increase of $167.9 million compared to September
    30, 2010 as Essakane ramped up towards its design capacity during the
    fourth quarter of 2010. As at December 31, 2010, $350.0 million of
    unused credit remained available under the Company's credit facility.

--  On February 9, 2011, IAMGOLD received $49 million for the sale of its La
    Arena project. The proceeds add to IAMGOLD's strong financial position.

--  On February 24, 2011, IAMGOLD entered into an agreement for a private
    placement of flow-through shares. The issuance of 1.7 million shares at
    a price of $25.48 per share raised gross proceeds of C$43.3 million.

--  In 2011, the Company plans to incur $460.0 million in capital
    expenditures and approximately $51.0 million in exploration expenses.
    With strong cash, cash equivalents and gold bullion positions, the
    available credit facility and expected operating cash flows, the Company
    has the financial capacity to fund the continuing 2011 requirements of
    exploration and development projects and expansion of existing
    operations.
 
Production and Cash Costs

Gold production and cash costs

In 2010, IAMGOLD's attributable gold production increased by 28,000 ounces, or 3%, compared to 2009. The increase in production was a result of:

--  Ramp-up of production at Essakane after achieving commercial production
    on July 16, 2010, and
--  Higher throughput at Tarkwa, Rosebel and Mupane,
 
Partially offset by:

--  Closure of the Doyon mine in December 2009 and mining the Mouska mine at
    a reduced rate in 2010, and
--  Lower grades at Sadiola and Yatela.
 
The 2010 annual average cash cost(3) of $574 per ounce has increased $113 per ounce from $461 per ounce in 2009 mainly due to lower grades, higher energy costs, and higher royalties of $13 per ounce.

Average annual cash costs at IAMGOLD operated sites (Rosebel, Essakane, Mupane and the Doyon division) were $525 per ounce(3) during 2010, an increase of 16% compared to $453 per ounce during 2009. The weighted average cash cost for IAMGOLD's two main operations (Rosebel and Essakane) was $471 per ounce which highlights the strong performance in 2010. Cash costs for the Company's joint ventures and working interests (Sadiola, Yatela, Tarkwa and Damang) were $657 per ounce during 2010, an increase of 39% compared to $473 per ounce during 2009.

As gold prices rise, lower grades of ore become economical to mine. By choosing to mine these lower grade deposits of the ore body and managing the cut-off grade, the Company can mine previously uneconomical portions of its resource base, increase the yield from the ore bodies and extend the life of the mines. Notwithstanding increased costs, this yields positive cash flow for the Company. IAMGOLD's continuous improvement programs and cost control efforts focus on aggressively managing unit operating costs (such as cost per tonne mined and cost per tonne milled) and increasing productivity at the operating sites. Increases in the gold price and increased royalty rates have driven higher royalty amounts.

Niobium production and operating margin

Niobium production increased in 2010 compared to 2009, resulting primarily from higher throughput. The site successfully completed the paste backfill project and the mill expansion project in the second and third quarter of 2010, respectively. The operating margin per kilogram of niobium(4) decreased by $2 per kilogram during 2010 compared to 2009, the result of commissioning the paste backfill process, the strengthening in the Canadian dollar and higher prices and volumes of aluminum used in processing. Paste backfill process will enable near complete extraction of the ore body including areas with lower grades, impacting mining costs and operating margin.

Development Projects

In 2010, the Company's total development project expenditures were $260.7 million, mainly related to Essakane in Burkina Faso and Westwood in Northern Quebec.

Burkina Faso - Essakane mine - Achieved commercial production effective July 16, 2010

Construction of the Essakane mine is completed and commercial production began on July 16, 2010. Final costs for the construction of the project totalled $464.8 million which was on plan.

Canada - Westwood project - On schedule for early 2013

Completion of the Westwood project is on schedule with commercial production planned for early 2013. Project expenditures in 2010 totaled $94.9 million, with significant infrastructure preparation and construction. Shaft sinking has reached 1,063 metres compared to 1,220 metres expected during the year mainly due to the excavation of a loading station at a higher level than originally planned. More excavation has also been completed on level 60-0 and 84-0. The significant exploration and resource delineation programs resulted in over 74,000 metres of drilling in 2010.

In 2011, significant progress will continue, including the following projected activities: completing the construction of the surface waste silo to allow ore development to begin by the end of 2011, achieving the current shaft sinking plan (1,560 metres by end of 2011), and carrying out an 82,000-metre infill and extensions drilling program for resource development.

South America - Ecuador - Quimsacocha project

The Company has obtained the requisite permits to allow the use of reservoir water for exploration and feasibility work. Regular contact and dialogue is maintained with senior government officials in order to obtain clarity on fiscal and other matters. A model mining contract, which is expected to clarify some of these issues, is being developed by the Ecuadorian government.

Exploration

IAMGOLD's exploration efforts remain focused in West Africa, select countries of South America, and the province of Quebec in Canada. With a strategic mandate for organic growth, the Company has numerous projects underway and continues to pursue additional advanced exploration joint ventures and acquisition opportunities that will strengthen the foundation for future growth.

In 2010, IAMGOLD incurred $86.3 million on exploration projects, a 35% increase from $63.8 million in 2009. The 2010 expenditures included:

--  Near-mine exploration and resource development expenditures of $48.7
    million, including a resource expansion and delineation drilling program
    of more than 94,000 metres at Rosebel in Suriname for $14.7 million, a
    drill delineation program of more than 40,000 metres at Essakane in
    Burkina Faso for $13.4 million, and an $8.7 million exploration and
    resource delineation drilling program of more than 74,000 metres at the
    Westwood development project in the province of Quebec; and

--  Greenfield exploration of $37.6 million conducted at 16 projects,
    including two advanced exploration sites, in 10 countries in Africa and
    the Americas as part of IAMGOLD's long-term commitment to reserves
    replenishment and organic growth.
 
Reserves

In 2010, the proactive exploration program at IAMGOLD resulted in a total proven and probable mineral reserves increase of 1.9 million ounces to 16.4 million ounces of gold, a 13% increase over the previous year.

Total proven and probable mineral reserves of niobium increased by 34% to 243.8 million kilograms of contained Nb2O5.

Commitment to Zero Harm Continues

In 2010, IAMGOLD was awarded the Corporate Social Responsibility award at the Corporate and Community Social Responsibility Conference for its Zero Harm vision of maintaining the highest standards in human health, minimizing the impact on the environment, and working co-operatively with host communities.

The frequency of all types of serious injuries across IAMGOLD during 2010 increased marginally to 0.58 compared to 0.54 in 2009.

The Company is committed to connecting its Zero Harm vision to performance, and regrets the tragic deaths of an employee at the Niobec mine in the province of Quebec in 2010 and, more recently, an employee of a contractor at the Company's Rosebel mine in Suriname.

The importance of continually striving for Zero harm is a core value for IAMGOLD. The Company strives to eliminate all injuries and tragedies through programs that reinforce the importance of constant vigilance in the workplace and the adoption of safe work practices. Recently, IAMGOLD joined the Mining Safety Roundtable, an industry forum for the industry's most safety-focused leaders.

Outlook for Growth

As previously disclosed on January 17, 2011, the following is IAMGOLD's guidance for production for years 2011 through 2013.

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                                    2010          2011       2012       2013
                                  Actual      Forecast   Forecast   Forecast
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Attributable gold production (000 oz)
Mines owned and operated by IAMGOLD
  Rosebel                            395     360 - 380  390 - 410  360 - 380
  Essakane                           122     370 - 390  310 - 330  380 - 400
  Mouska(a)                           33       25 - 30          -    30 - 35
  Westwood                             -             -          -  130 - 150
  Mupane                              57       55 - 60    40 - 45    15 - 25
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                                     607     810 - 860  740 - 785  915 - 990
Other - Joint ventures and
 working interests in Africa         360     290 - 340        (b)        (b)
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Total
 attributable
 gold production                     967 1,100 - 1,200        (b)        (b)
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Cash cost ($/oz
 of gold)(3)                         574     565 - 595        (b)        (b)
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Average realized
 gold price
 ($/oz)                            1,252         1,300      1,250      1,150
Average foreign
 exchange rate
 (C$/US$)                           1.03          1.00       1.05       1.05
Average foreign
 exchange rate
 (US$/EUR)                          1.33          1.35       1.35       1.30
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Niobium production
  Niobec (100%)
   (millions of
   kg)                               4.4     4.5 - 5.0  4.5 - 5.0  4.5 - 5.0
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  Operating
   margin ($/kg
   Nb) (4)                            18       15 - 17    16 - 18    16 - 18
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(a) In 2012, the mill will be shut down and refurbished in preparation for
processing ore from Westwood. All ore mined at Mouska in 2012 will be
processed in 2013.

(b) Updated forecasts for 2012 and 2013 are not yet available.
 
The current financial market volatility may affect future cash costs either positively or negatively through changes in gold price, oil price, overall operating costs and currency rates. Changes in these assumptions may have a material impact on cash cost, results of operations and overall financial position of the Company. Actual results may vary significantly from guidance.

The following table provides estimated sensitivities around certain inputs that can affect the Company's operating results, based on the Company's guidance for 2011.

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                                                       Impact on
                                                  the Annualized
                                                       2011 Cash
                                    Change of        cost by $/oz
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  Gold price                           $50/oz                  $3
  Oil price                        $10/barrel                  $6
  Canadian dollar per US dollar         $0.10                  $3
  Euro per US dollar                    $0.10                  $5
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Capitalized mining assets, exploration and development expenditures

As announced on January 17, 2011, the Company plans to continue making significant investments in mine development and exploration throughout the year. Planned capital expenditures for 2011 assume favourable outcomes for the feasibility studies to expand Essakane and to mine and process the underlying sulphide ore at the Sadiola mine. In addition, IAMGOLD has undertaken a feasibility study to expand the plant capacity at the Rosebel mine in Suriname. It also includes the continued underground expansion of the Niobec niobium mine.

The following table shows the site allocation of IAMGOLD's planned capital expenditures for 2011, 2012 and 2013.

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                  Planned Capital
                    Expenditures
                    ($ millions)      Details

                  2011   2012   2013
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Westwood           146    132     54  The mine remains on track for startup
                                      in early 2013. These expenditures will
                                      be for deepening the shaft and
                                      developing drift levels for future
                                      mining.
Essakane           139    191     25  A favourable outcome to the current
                                      feasibility study is assumed for
                                      expansion construction to start in the
                                      second half of 2011.
Rosebel             95     38     23  Primarily for new equipment,
                                      sustaining capital, engineering and
                                      civil work related to an expansion and
                                      resource development.
Niobec              39     20     13  This capital budget is to be allocated
                                      to sustaining capital, underground
                                      development, a pumping station and for
                                      water treatment.
Sadiola (41%)       22     98     92  This assumes a favourable outcome of
                                      the current feasibility study of the
                                      sulphide project.
Mupane               4      5      -  For sustaining capital and resource
                                      development.
Other               15     16     13
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Total              460    500    220
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Planned capital expenditures of $460.0 million in 2011 include $41.2 million of capitalized exploration expenditures mainly related to near-mine development sites. In addition, the Company plans to incur $50.9 million of exploration expenses in 2011. Total of near-mine and greenfield exploration planned expenditures in 2011 is $92.1 million with drilling of over 500,000 metres. The Company plans to test more than 18 grassroots projects in Senegal, Mali, Colombia, Peru, Brazil and the Canadian province of Quebec.

Summarized Financial Results

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                                         As at                       As at
                                   December 31                 December 31
(in $ millions)                           2010      % Change          2009
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Financial Position                           $                           $
Cash and cash equivalents and
 gold bullion
  - at market value                      411.3           37%         300.1
  - at cost                              311.2           34%         231.8
Total assets                           3,494.9           17%       2,996.8
Shareholders' equity                   2,775.8           15%       2,416.7
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(in $ millions, except where  Fourth quarter ended               Year ended
 noted)                            December 31                   December 31
                                          %                       %
                                2010  Change    2009    2010  Change    2009
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Results of Operations              $               $       $               $
Revenues                       459.0     73%   265.3 1,167.2     28%   914.3
Mining costs                   216.1     55%   139.2   570.6     28%   446.8
 Depreciation, depletion and
 amortization                   35.3   (18%)    43.3   132.7   (14%)   153.8
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Earnings from mining
 operations                    207.6    151%    82.8   463.9     48%   313.7
Earnings from working
 interests                      17.8     48%    12.0    56.5     57%    36.0
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 Total earnings from
 operations and working
 interests(5)                  225.4    138%    94.8   520.4     49%   349.7
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Net earnings (loss)            144.5     n/a  (47.4)   279.8    145%   114.1
 Basic and diluted net
 earnings (loss) per share
 ($/share)                      0.39     n/a  (0.13)    0.75    134%    0.32
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Adjusted net earnings(2)       144.9    155%    56.8   285.7     68%   170.0
 Basic adjusted net earnings
 per share (2) ($/share)        0.39    160%    0.15    0.77     60%    0.48
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Cash Flows
Operating cash flow            221.3    228%    67.5   415.1     62%   257.0
Operating cash flow per
 share(1) ($/share)             0.59    228%    0.18    1.12     53%    0.73
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Key Operating Statistics                                                    
 Gold mines (including
 working interests)
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 Gold sales (000 oz)             347     49%     233     977      3%     944
 Average realized gold price
 ($/oz)                        1,379     26%   1,096   1,252     30%     960
 Attributable gold
 production (000 oz)             315     35%     234     967      3%     939
Cash cost ($/oz)(3)              574     18%     488     574     25%     461
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Niobium mine
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Niobium sales (millions of
 kg Nb)                          1.0   (29%)     1.4     4.3    (2%)     4.4
Niobium production
 (millions of kg Nb)             1.0   (17%)     1.2     4.4      7%     4.1
Operating margin ($/kg Nb)
 (4)                              17   (15%)      20      18   (10%)      20
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REVENUES

Fourth quarter record revenues of $459.0 million were up 73% over $265.3 million for the same quarter of 2009. This increase was primarily due to an increase in gold sales from IAMGOLD's operations and joint ventures, and an increase in related realized gold prices.

Record revenues for the full year of 2010 were $1,167.2 million, a 28% increase over the previous year mainly resulting from the increase in realized gold prices.

MINING COSTS

Mining costs in the fourth quarter of 2010 were $216.1 million, a 55% increase over $139.2 million for the same quarter of 2009. Mining costs for the full year of 2010 reached $570.6 million, a 28% increase over the previous year.

The increase in mining costs was due to growth in production, higher consumables costs as well as higher labour costs at Rosebel, higher energy costs across all sites, increased royalties from a rise in gold prices, and adjustments to asset retirement obligations at Doyon due to changes to remediation plans.

DEPRECIATION, DEPLETION AND AMORTIZATION

Depreciation, depletion and amortization decreased from $153.8 million in 2009 to $132.7 million in 2010 due mainly to the increase in reserves for gold sites and Niobec. This decrease was partially offset by additional depreciation expenses following the beginning of commercial production at the Essakane mine during the third quarter of 2010.

EARNINGS FROM WORKING INTERESTS

Year over year earnings from working interests increased mainly as a result of higher sales and higher realized gold prices, partially offset by higher mining costs.

CORPORATE ADMINISTRATION

Corporate administration expenses in 2010 were $46.9 million compared to $49.1 million in 2009. The decrease was primarily related to process improvements, costs containment and one-time costs in 2009 related to the Essakane acquisition.

EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT EXPENSES

Exploration and development expenses in 2010 were $46.0 million compared to $39.8 million in 2009. Exploration expenses in 2010 included accelerating work on promising results at the Company's joint ventures in West Africa and the Charmagne discovery in Suriname.

NET INTEREST EXPENSE

Net interest expense in 2010 was $3.6 million compared to $0.7 million in 2009. The increase is mainly due to costs associated with maintaining the increased credit facility.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE GAIN/LOSS

The foreign exchange loss in 2010 was $1.7 million compared to a foreign exchange gain of $27.0 million in 2009. The majority of the foreign exchange loss during 2010 and the gain in 2009 were related to the impact of foreign exchange variation on cash held in Canadian dollars. The amount was larger in 2009 resulting from the equity financing in Canadian dollars during the first quarter of 2009.

DERIVATIVE GAIN/LOSS

The total derivative loss was $13.3 million in 2010 compared to a gain of $7.0 million in 2009. The loss in 2010 was mainly due to the market variation of gold option contracts for the Mupane mine, which were undertaken to support a positive cash flow for the remaining limited life of the operation. In addition, the derivative loss was impacted by foreign exchange and heating oil option contracts, partially offset by the positive change in the fair value of warrants held as investments.

OTHER INCOME/EXPENSE, NET

The total other income, net was $24.4 million in 2010 compared to other expense, net of $1.8 million in 2009. The other income/expense, net in 2010 was mainly related to gains on disposal of marketable securities.

NON-CONTROLLING INTERESTS

The total non-controlling interests charge in 2010 was $18.2 million compared to $8.8 million in 2009. The increase is mainly due to the inclusion of the Essakane operation in 2010.

INCOME AND MINING TAXES

The Company does not recognize tax benefits on losses generated in countries where the recent history of operating losses do not satisfy the "more likely than not" criterion for the recognition of deferred tax assets. Consequently, there are no income tax benefits recognized on the pre-tax losses in these jurisdictions as valuation allowances are recorded to offset the associated benefit.

In 2010, income and mining taxes totaled $135.4 million compared to $108.0 million in 2009. The income tax rate varies from the combined federal and provincial income tax rates of 31% in 2010 and 33% in 2009 primarily due to fluctuations in exchange rates for foreign currency, the geographic distribution of income, non-deductible expenses, withholding taxes related to repatriations of international earnings, and the existence of valuation allowances.

Attributable Gold Production and Cash Cost Per Ounce

The table below presents the gold production attributable to the Company along with the weighted average cash cost(3) per ounce of production.

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                                  Total Cash                     Total Cash
(Unaudited)   Gold Production         Cost(3) Gold Production        Cost(3)
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               Fourth quarter Fourth quarter            Year           Year
                        ended           ended           ended          ended
                  December 31     December 31     December 31    December 31
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                 2010    2009    2010    2009    2010    2009    2010   2009
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IAMGOLD         (000    (000                    (000    (000
 Operator         oz)     oz)    $/oz    $/oz     oz)     oz)    $/oz   $/oz
Rosebel (95%)     119      99     449     422     395     392     484    396
Essakane
 (90%)             80       -     414       -     122       -     429      -
Doyon
 division
 (100%)            18      24     843     528      33     109     655    524
Mupane (100%)      15      11   1,062     885      57      51     941    735
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                  232     134     508     478     607     552     525    453
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  Joint
   Ventures
   and
   Working
   interests
Sadiola
 (41%)(a)          29      32     785     616     118     135     653    483
Yatela (40%)        9      28   1,379     323      60      89     780    339
Tarkwa
 (18.9%)           34      32     611     505     139     125     605    513
Damang
 (18.9%)           11       8     673     652      43      38     662    619
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                   83     100     762     502     360     387     657    473
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Total             315     234     574     488     967     939     574    461
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Cash cost excluding
 royalties                        516     439                     519    419
Royalties                          58      49                      55     42
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Cash cost (3)                     574     488                     574    461
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(a) On December 29, 2009, the Company purchased an additional 3% interest in
Sadiola resulting in a 41% interest in the Sadiola joint venture.

Attributable Gold Sales volume and Realized Price
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The following table presents the total ounces of gold sold and the realized
gold price per ounce.
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                               Realized gold                   Realized gold
                  Gold sales           price      Gold sales           price
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              Fourth quarter  Fourth quarter            Year            Year
                       ended           ended           ended           ended
                 December 31     December 31     December 31     December 31
                2010    2009    2010    2009    2010    2009    2010    2009
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               (000    (000                    (000    (000
                 oz)     oz)    $/oz    $/oz     oz)     oz)    $/oz    $/oz

IAMGOLD
 Operator        263     131   1,383   1,098     619     557   1,271     951
Joint
 ventures         39      62   1,367   1,090     176     224   1,211     973
Working
 interests        45      40   1,366   1,101     182     163   1,225     973
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Total(a)         347     233   1,379   1,096     977     944   1,252     960
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(a) Attributable sales volume for the fourth quarters of 2010 and 2009 were
331,000 ounces and 228,000 ounces, respectively, and for the entire years of
2010 and 2009, 945,000 ounces and 925,000 ounces, respectively, after taking
into account 95% of Rosebel sales and 90% of the Essakane sales.
 
Operations Summary

The Company's 2010 gold operations are summarized below.

ROSEBEL MINE, SURINAME

Rosebel achieved record gold production in the fourth quarter and full year 2010, which was higher than the same periods in the prior year by 20% and 1%, respectively. This strong production level was achieved despite lower grades and a difficult rainy season. The Rosebel site achievement was the result of record throughput levels, higher productivity and operational efficiencies. Moreover, the fourth quarter benefitted from increased recoveries resulting from the commissioning of additional leach tanks.

Cash costs per ounce(3) increased 6% in the fourth quarter of 2010, compared to the same period last year, primarily due to higher energy, labour and consumables costs, and higher royalties due to rising gold prices. Cash costs per ounce have increased by 22% on a full year basis for similar reasons. In addition, grades were lower as the mine was unable to access higher grades in previous quarters of the year due to higher precipitation levels in the rainy season.

In 2011, the Company began another expansion at Rosebel. The expansion will result in additional grinding capacity to allow mill throughput to be maintained between 12 and 14 million tonnes per year offsetting the impact of processing increased hard rock volumes. The expansion essentially brings gold production forward in time and reduces long-term fixed costs by reducing the currently planned mine life.

ESSAKANE MINE, BURKINA FASO

Essakane gold mine achieved commercial production effective July 16, 2010. Attributable production during the fourth quarter and full year 2010 was 80,000 ounces and 122,000 ounces, respectively. Attributable production nearly doubled during the fourth quarter over the third quarter of 2010 despite a two-week shutdown in November caused by an electrical failure at the SAG mill. Cash costs(3) since the beginning of commercial production were $429 per ounce compared to life of mine estimate of between $400 and $410 per ounce.

A feasibility study to expand the mine is currently in progress and is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2011. The study is expected to demonstrate that the hard rock capacity of the mill could be expanded to process 10.8 million tonnes per year, compared to the current estimate of 5.4 million tonnes per year. The expectation is for life-of-mine average annual gold production between 450,000 and 470,000 ounces (on a 100% basis) compared to the current estimate of 315,000 ounces. The current mine plan includes processing of soft rock for the first three years at a rate of 9.0 million tonnes per year, followed by approximately nine years of processing hard rock.

DOYON DIVISION, CANADA

Gold production at the Doyon division declined in the fourth quarter and for the full year in 2010 compared to 2009. The decline in production reflects the closure of the Doyon mine in December 2009 and reduced production at the Mouska mine nearing the end of its life. As a cost reduction initiative, the ore mined from Mouska during the first eight and a half months of 2010 was stockpiled and batch processed starting mid-September and completed in December.

Cash costs per ounce(3) increased during the fourth quarter and full year of 2010, largely due to lower production, higher royalties due to higher gold prices and the impact of a stronger Canadian dollar on the operation.

MUPANE MINE, BOTSWANA

Gold production at Mupane increased in the fourth quarter and for the full year in 2010 by 36% and 12%, respectively, compared to 2009. The increase was the result of higher throughput levels with improved performance of the ball mill in the current year which was unavailable for the second half of 2009. Cash costs per ounce(3) for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2010 rose mainly due to higher mining and energy costs. This is the result of more volume of material mined coupled with longer hauling distances from more distant pits and higher diesel fuel prices.

SADIOLA MINE, MALI

Attributable gold production for the fourth quarter and for the full year of 2010 were down 9% and 13%, respectively, compared to 2009, mainly due to lower gold grades. The lower grades are the result of satellite pits being mined following the completion of mining at the main Sadiola pit.

Cash costs per ounce(3) of gold were higher in 2010 compared to 2009 due to the lower production from lower grades, higher energy costs, higher labour mining contract, and increased royalties from higher realized gold prices.

The feasibility study on the sulphide project to expand the processing facility to process hard rock in conjunction with soft rock was completed in 2010. A construction decision is expected in the first half of 2011.

YATELA MINE, MALI

Attributable gold production for the fourth quarter and for the full year of 2010 decreased 68% and 33%, respectively, compared to 2009. The reduced production resulted from lower gold grades as mining shifted from the bottom of the main pit in early 2010 to a longer-haul satellite pit.

Cash costs per ounce(3) were sharply higher in 2010 compared to 2009 primarily as a result of lower production, higher waste stripping and material mined, higher energy costs, higher labour mining contract, and higher royalties due to rising gold prices.

TARKWA MINE, GHANA

Attributable gold production for the fourth quarter and for the full year of 2010 increased by 6% and 11%, respectively, compared to 2009. This increase was a result of higher throughput at the CIL plant.

Cash costs per ounce(3) of gold increased in the fourth quarter and for the full year of 2010 by 21% and 18% respectively compared to 2009. Cash costs increased due to higher energy and contractor costs and increased royalties from higher gold prices.

DAMANG MINE, GHANA

Attributable gold production for the fourth quarter and for the full year of 2010 increased by 38% and 13%, respectively, compared with the previous year. This was a result of higher mill throughput due to the commissioning of the secondary crusher and the processing of higher grade ore.

Cash costs per ounce(3) for the fourth quarter and the full year of 2010 were higher by 3% and 7%, respectively, compared to the same period in 2009, due to higher energy costs and increased royalties from higher gold prices.

NIOBIUM PRODUCTION, SALES AND OPERATING MARGIN

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                           2010 % change     2009     2010 % change     2009
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Operating results -
 Niobium Mine
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Niobium production
 (millions of kg Nb)        1.0    (17%)      1.2      4.4       7%      4.1
Niobium sales
 (millions of kg Nb)        1.0    (29%)      1.4      4.3     (2%)      4.4
Operating margin ($/kg
 Nb)(4)                      17    (15%)       20       18    (10%)       20
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Niobium production increased for the full year 2010 by 7% as a result of the successful completion of the mill expansion in the third quarter of 2010. Production was lower in the fourth quarter of 2010 by 17% compared to the same period last year as a result of lower grades achieved due to processing of lower grade development ore.

As expected, the inclusion of paste backfill process starting during the second quarter of 2010 lowered operating margin per kilogram of niobium(4) for the fourth quarter and full year. Paste backfill process will enable near complete extraction of the ore body including areas with lower grades, impacting mining costs and operating margin. In addition, the operating margin per kilogram of niobium was adversely impacted by the stronger Canadian dollar and higher aluminum prices and volumes compared to the same periods in 2009.

The 34% increase in niobium reserves in 2010 together with a deposit that remains open at depth, reinforces the Company's strategy to unlock the value of this asset.

(1) Operating cash flow per share is a non-GAAP measure and is calculated by dividing the consolidated cash flow from operating activities by the weighted average number of common shares outstanding in the period.

(2) Adjusted net earnings and adjusted net earnings per share are non-GAAP measures. Comparative figures in 2009 of adjusted net earnings have been recalculated to conform to the calculation adopted in 2010. Please refer to Section 3.a. of the Supplemental information attached at the end of this news release for reconciliation to GAAP measures.

(3) Cash cost per ounce of gold is a non-GAAP measure. Please refer to Section 3.b. of the Supplemental information attached at the end of this news release for reconciliation to GAAP measures.

(4) Operating margin per kilogram of niobium at the Niobec mine is a non-GAAP measure. Please refer to Section 3.c. of the Supplemental information attached to the end of this news release for reconciliation to GAAP measures.

(5) The total earnings from operations and working interests is a non-GAAP measure. Refer to the consolidated interim statement of earnings for reconciliation to GAAP measures.

CONFERENCE CALL

A conference call will be held on February 25, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) for a discussion with management regarding the Company's operating performance and financial results for the fourth quarter and year-end 2010. A webcast of the conference call will be available through the Company's website - www.iamgold.com.

Conference Call Information: North America Toll-Free: 1-866-551-1530 or 1-212-401-6700 passcode: 1483821#

A replay of this conference call will be available from 6:00 p.m. February 25th to March 25th, 2011. Access this replay by dialling: North America toll-free: 1-866-551-4520 or 1-212-401-6750, passcode: 269990#

Technical Information and Qualified Person/Quality Control Notes

The mineral resource estimates contained in this news release have been prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101"), JORC and/or SAMREC. The "Qualified Person" responsible for the supervision of the preparation and review of all resource estimates for IAMGOLD Corporation is Rejean Sirois, Eng., Manager, Mining Geology. Rejean is considered a "Qualified Person" for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101 with respect to the mineralization being reported on. The technical information has been included herein with the consent and prior review of the above noted Qualified Person. The Qualified Person has verified the data disclosed, and data underlying the information or opinions contained herein.

Cautionary Note to U.S. Investors

The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") permits mining companies, in their filings with the SEC, to disclose only those mineral deposits that a company can economically and legally extract or produce. We use certain terms in this news release, such as "mineral resources", that the SEC guidelines strictly prohibit the Company from including in filings with the SEC. U.S. investors are urged to consider closely the disclosure in the IAMGOLD Annual Report on Form 40-F. A copy of the 2009 Form 40-F is available to shareholders, free of charge, upon written request addressed to the Investor Relations Department.

Forward Looking Statement

This news release contains forward-looking statements. All statements, other than of historical fact, that address activities, events or developments that the Company believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future (including, without limitation, statements regarding the estimation of mineral resources, exploration results, potential mineralization, potential mineral resources and mineral reserves) are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are generally identifiable by use of the words "may", "will", "should", "continue", "expect", "anticipate", "estimate", "believe", "intend", "plan" or "project" or the negative of these words or other variations on these words or comparable terminology. Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the Company's ability to control or predict, that may cause the actual results of the Company to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from current expectations include, among other things, without limitation, failure to establish estimated mineral resources, the possibility that future exploration results will not be consistent with the Company's expectations, changes in world gold markets and other risks disclosed in IAMGOLD's most recent Form 40-F/Annual Information Form on file with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and Canadian provincial securities regulatory authorities. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made and, except as may be required by applicable securities laws, the Company disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statement.

Please note:

This entire news release may be accessed via fax, e-mail, IAMGOLD's website at www.iamgold.com and through Marketwire's website at www.marketwire.com. All material information on IAMGOLD can be found at www.sedar.com or at www.sec.gov.

Si vous desirez obtenir la version francaise de ce communique, veuillez consulter le http://www.iamgold.com/francais/default.asp.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

1.  UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (BALANCE SHEETS, STATEMENTS
    OF EARNINGS, AND STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS)

2.  MINING OPERATIONS PRODUCTION DATA (UNAUDITED)

3.  NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES (UNAUDITED)

    a.  ADJUSTED NET EARNINGS

    b.  CASH COSTS

    c.  UNIT OPERATING MARGIN PER KILOGRAM OF NIOBIUM FOR THE NIOBEC MINE

CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
(Unaudited; Expressed in thousands of US dollars)

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At December 31                                              2010        2009
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Assets                                                         $           $
Current assets:
 Cash and cash equivalents                               270,779     191,374
 Gold bullion (market value $140,551; December 31,
  2009: $108,749)                                         40,411      40,408
 Receivables and other                                    81,995      83,082
 Inventories                                             206,276     162,033
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                                                         599,461     476,897
Other long-term assets                                   185,620     136,122
Working interests                                        186,962     173,278
Royalty interests                                         26,514      28,688
Mining assets                                          1,825,113   1,053,348
Exploration and development                              331,171     786,079
Goodwill                                                 334,774     334,004
Other intangible assets                                    5,332       8,373
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                                                       3,494,947   2,996,789
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Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity
Current liabilities:
 Accounts payable and accrued liabilities                210,826     175,320
 Dividends payable                                        31,324      24,507
 Current portion of long-term liabilities                 11,756      12,257
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                                                         253,906     212,084
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Long-term liabilities:
 Future income and mining tax liability                  256,054     237,379
 Asset retirement obligations                            134,747      97,337
 Other long-term liabilities                              16,563      10,216
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                                                         407,364     344,932
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Non-controlling interests                                 57,867      23,112
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Shareholders' equity:
 Common shares                                         2,255,875   2,203,269
 Contributed surplus                                      38,616      36,693
 Warrants                                                      -         148
 Retained earnings                                       363,852     113,887
 Accumulated other comprehensive income                  117,467      62,664
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                                                       2,775,810   2,416,661
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                                                       3,494,947   2,996,789
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF EARNINGS
(Unaudited, Expressed in thousands of US dollars, except per share amounts)

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                                         Fourth quarter
                                                 ended          Year ended
                                            December 31         December 31
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                                         2010      2009      2010      2009
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                                            $         $         $         $

Revenues                              459,083   265,287 1,167,245   914,339
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Expenses:
 Mining costs, excluding
  depreciation, depletion and
  amortization                        216,143   139,214   570,593   446,819
 Depreciation, depletion and
  amortization                         35,256    43,347   132,693   153,847
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                                      251,399   182,561   703,286   600,666
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                                      207,684    82,726   463,959   313,673
Earnings from working interests        17,777    12,051    56,496    36,036
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                                      225,461    94,777   520,455   349,709
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Other:
 Corporate administration              13,733    11,894    46,851    49,148
 Exploration and development           14,018    11,564    46,025    39,762
 Impairment charges                         -    88,814         -    98,069
 Net interest expense                     946        34     3,557       680
 Foreign exchange loss (gain)          (2,787)   (2,064)    1,700   (26,967)
 Derivative loss (gain)                 2,830    (1,642)   13,261    (7,047)
 Gain on sale of gold bullion               -         -         -   (36,628)
 Other expense (income), net          (14,555)    2,832   (24,361)    1,804
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                                       14,185   111,432    87,033   118,821
 Non-controlling interests             10,978     2,489    18,222     8,784
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                                       25,163   113,921   105,255   127,605
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Earnings (loss) before income and
 mining taxes                         200,298   (19,144)  415,200   222,104
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Income and mining taxes:
 Current taxes                         47,504    26,903   133,646    92,274
 Future taxes expenses                  8,310     1,318     1,761    15,707
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                                       55,814    28,221   135,407   107,981
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Net earnings (loss)                   144,484   (47,365)  279,793   114,123
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Weighted average number of common
 shares outstanding
(in thousands)
 Basic                                372,795   368,384   371,392   352,755
 Diluted                              374,395   368,384   373,255   354,631
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Basic and diluted net earnings
 (loss) per share                        0.39     (0.13)     0.75      0.32
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CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
(Unaudited, Expressed in thousands of US dollars)

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                                       Fourth quarter
                                                ended            Year ended
                                          December 31           December 31
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                                      2010       2009       2010       2009
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                                         $          $          $          $
Operating activities:
Net earnings (loss)                144,484    (47,365)   279,793    114,123
Disbursement to asset retirement
 obligations                        (1,708)    (3,019)    (3,333)    (6,661)
Settlement of derivatives              399        831     (2,025)    (4,416)
Items not affecting cash:
  Earnings from working interests,
   net of dividends received        (8,327)   (12,051)   (31,926)   (36,036)
  Depreciation, depletion and
   amortization                     35,256     43,347    132,693    153,847
  Impairment charges                     -     88,814          -     98,069
  Amortization of forward sales
   liability                             -          -          -    (10,472)
  Future income and mining taxes     8,310      1,318      1,761     15,707
  Stock-based compensation           1,545      1,676      7,689      6,080
  Unrealized derivative loss
   (gain)                            1,699     (3,628)     9,499     (6,131)
  Gain on sale of gold bullion           -          -          -    (36,628)
  Gain on sale of assets            (3,841)      (201)    (4,150)    (1,878)
  Gain on sale of marketable
   securities                      (10,907)      (629)   (21,042)    (2,473)
  Asset retirement obligations
   adjustments                      18,062     17,992     22,630     21,726
  Non-controlling interests         10,978      2,489     18,222      8,784
  Unrealized foreign exchange gain
   on cash and cash equivalents     (1,020)    (1,366)      (686)   (27,434)
  Other                               (553)     5,985      4,111      9,331
Change in non-cash working capital  26,941    (26,746)     1,877    (38,580)
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                                   221,318     67,447    415,113    256,958
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Investing activities:
  Business acquisitions                  -     (4,464)         -     (7,765)
  Investments proceeds
   (acquisitions)                    8,803         33     23,723     (8,061)
  Loan repayments from working
   interests                         2,881          -     18,242          -
  Restricted cash                        -          -          -      5,311
  Mining assets                    (34,745)   (25,792)  (142,177)  (105,868)
  Exploration and development      (29,899)   (96,740)  (229,949)  (346,696)
  Long-term ore stockpiles         (10,470)    (1,999)   (25,835)    (9,342)
  Net proceeds (acquisitions) of
   other assets                        (37)        10     (1,452)    (1,032)
  Proceeds from sale of gold
   bullion                               -          -          -     66,411
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Financing activities:
  Proceeds from credit facility          -          -     50,000     72,000
  Repayment of long-term
   liabilities and credit facility       -       (560)   (50,000)  (166,581)
  Financing costs                        -          -     (2,365)         -
  Issue of common shares, net of
   issue costs                         901      7,973     54,652    308,356
  Gain on share purchase plan           22          -        451          -
  Dividends paid                    (1,670)         -    (31,684)   (17,740)
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                                      (747)     7,413     21,054    196,035
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Impact of foreign exchange on cash
 and cash equivalents                1,020      1,366        686     27,434
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Net increase (decrease) in cash
 and cash equivalents              158,124    (52,726)    79,405     73,385
Cash and cash equivalents,
 beginning of period               112,655    244,100    191,374    117,989
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Cash and cash equivalents, end of
 period                            270,779    191,374    270,779    191,374
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2.0 MINING OPERATIONS PRODUCTION DATA (unaudited)

Tables below show production data for each mining operation for each quarter
 of 2010 and 2009.
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Suriname-Rosebel Mine (IAMGOLD interest-95%)
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Total operating
 material mined
 (000t)              13,967 12,364 11,797 14,159 15,541 14,133 12,602 11,127
Strip ratio(a)          2.6    3.0    2.9    3.2    3.5    3.5    3.0    3.2
Ore milled (000t)     3,417  3,112  3,172  3,131  2,759  3,003  2,883  2,448
Head grade (g/t)        1.2    1.1    0.9    1.1    1.3    1.3    1.3    1.2
Recovery (%)             95     94     89     92     93     92     93     93
Gold production -
 100% (000 oz)          126    106     86     98    104    111    109     88
Attributable gold                                                           
 production - 95%
 (000 oz)               119    101     82     93     99    106    104     83
Gold sales - 100%
 (000 oz)               131     96     87    102     98    107    104     74
Gold revenue
 ($/oz)(b)            1,378  1,238  1,207  1,111  1,097    969    916    912
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)       378    421    504    401    369    359    327    353
Royalties ($/oz)         71     63     63     55     53     44     40     40
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)     449    484    567    456    422    403    367    393
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Burkina Faso-Essakane Mine (IAMGOLD interest-90%)(d)
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Total operating
 material mined
 (000t)               7,454  5,404      -      -      -      -      -      -
Strip ratio(a)          1.1    1.2      -      -      -      -      -      -
Ore milled (000t)     1,675  1,298      -      -      -      -      -      -
Head grade (g/t)        1.7    1.2      -      -      -      -      -      -
Recovery (%)             96     95      -      -      -      -      -      -
Gold production -
 100% (000 oz)           89     47      -      -      -      -      -      -
Attributable gold
 production - 90%
 (000 oz)                80     42      -      -      -      -      -      -
Gold sales - 100%
 (000 oz)                95     18      -      -      -      -      -      -
Gold revenue
 ($/oz)(b)            1,386  1,287      -      -      -      -      -      -
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)       372    441      -      -      -      -      -      -
Royalties ($/oz)         42     18      -      -      -      -      -      -
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)     414    459      -      -      -      -      -      -
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Total operating
 material mined
 (000t)                  12     13     17     19     60     99    119    107
Ore milled (000t)        44     17      -      -     63    104    115    106
Head grade (g/t)       13.1   14.2      -      -   10.3    9.5    7.9    8.3
Recovery (%)             96     96      -      -     96     96     96     96
Gold production (000
 oz)                     18     13      2      -     24     30     28     27
Gold sales (000 oz)      24      3      -      6     23     30     25     36
Gold revenue
 ($/oz)(b)            1,396  1,284      -  1,100  1,094    973    928    916
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)       812    430    252      -    517    505    514    521
Royalties ($/oz)         31     26     28      -     11     12      9      8
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)     843    456    280      -    528    517    523    529
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                1,967 2,583 1,853 1,954 1,956 2,049 1,817 1,639
Strip ratio(a)                 6.9   9.8   5.8   9.5   8.8   7.4   9.2   6.3
Ore milled (000t)              279   315   279   250   203   198   246   252
Head grade (g/t)               1.9   1.8   1.8   1.9   1.8   2.2   2.4   2.2
Recovery (%)                    89    86    80    87    89    85    80    76
Gold production (000 oz)        15    16    13    13    11    11    15    14
Gold sales (000 oz)             13    16    13    15    10    11    20    19
Gold revenue ($/oz)(b)       1,382 1,236 1,226 1,115 1,109   838   647   643
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)            1,001   902   829   775   814   703   644   596
Royalties ($/oz)                61    62    58    51    71    41    53    57
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)          1,062   964   887   826   885   744   697   653
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                2,692 1,808 2,486 2,668 2,587 2,072 1,845 2,246
Strip ratio(a)                 7.4   8.5   8.2   7.9   7.6  13.4   3.3   4.6
Ore milled (000t)              460   441   448   443   467   421   413   357
Head grade (g/t)               2.1   2.1   2.1   2.1   2.1   2.6   2.8   3.0
Recovery (%)                    92    92    95    94    94    86    92    91
Attributable gold production
 (000 oz)                       29    30    29    30    32    32    35    36
Attributable gold sales (000
 oz)                            31    28    29    29    33    31    37    34
Gold revenue ($/oz)(b)       1,366 1,222 1,188 1,109 1,089   958   922   898
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)              696   589   567   473   549   468   366   334
Royalties ($/oz)                89    70    69    65    67    57    58    51
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)            785   659   636   538   616   525   424   385
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Mali-Yatela Mine (IAMGOLD interest - 40%)
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                1,384 1,508 1,364   704   410   535   652   939
Strip ratio(a)                 5.5   8.2   7.7   4.3   2.1   8.5   1.4   2.9
Ore crushed (000t)             308   233   328   304   325   220   283   271
Head grade (g/t)               1.0   1.0   1.0   1.9   3.0   3.2   4.4   2.8
Attributable gold stacked
 (000 oz)                       10     7    11    18    32    23    39    25
Attributable gold production
 (000 oz)                        9     9    15    27    28    22    26    13
Attributable gold sales (000
 oz)                             8    10    15    26    29    22    25    13
Gold revenue ($/oz)(b)       1,373 1,233 1,185 1,110 1,091   958   924   909
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)            1,302 1,169   622   397   256   194   280   471
Royalties ($/oz)                77    74    75    65    67    57    54    55
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)          1,379 1,243   697   462   323   251   334   526
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                                                2010                    2009
                                Q4    Q3    Q2    Q1    Q4    Q3    Q2    Q1
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Ghana-Tarkwa Mine (IAMGOLD interest - 18.9%)                                
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                3,634 3,250 4,194 4,095 3,900 3,983 4,324 4,487
Capitalized waste mined
 (000t)                      2,582 3,208 2,397 2,660 2,131 1,991 1,650 2,259
Strip ratio(a)                 2.4   2.3   2.8   2.9   3.1   3.0   3.3   3.6
Heap Leach:
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Ore crushed (000t)             548   559   608   624   520   428   479   537
Head grade (g/t)               0.7   0.5   0.6   0.6   0.7   0.7   0.9   1.0
Attributable gold production
 (000 oz)                       10     9    12    12     9     8    11    14
Mill:
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Ore milled (000t)              538   528   562   499   511   541   497   449
Head grade (g/t)               1.4   1.4   1.5   1.3   1.4   1.4   1.3   1.3
Attributable gold production
 (000 oz)                       24    25    26    21    23    25    20    15
Total attributable gold
 production (000 oz)            34    34    38    33    32    33    31    29
Total attributable gold
 sales (000 oz)                 34    34    38    33    32    33    31    29
Gold revenue ($/oz)(b)       1,366 1,223 1,192 1,110 1,105   964   920   904
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)              570   582   562   556   475   479   484   500
Royalties ($/oz)                41     8    60    37    30    32    28    27
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)            611   590   622   593   505   511   512   527
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Ghana-Damang Mine (IAMGOLD interest - 18.9%)
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                  623   718   640   623   630   475   716   909
Strip ratio(a)                 2.0   2.5   2.0   2.6   2.4   2.0   2.4   3.6
Ore milled (000t)              237   234   250   256   213   232   246   252
Head grade (g/t)               1.6   1.5   1.5   1.3   1.3   1.4   1.3   1.3
Recovery (%)                    93    93    93    92    93    95    93    93
Attributable gold production
 (000 oz)                       11    11    11    10     8    10    10    10
Attributable gold sales (000
 oz)                            11    11    11    10     8    10    10    10
Gold revenue ($/oz)(b)       1,367 1,229 1,194 1,119 1,087   962   921   906
Cash cost excluding
 royalties ($/oz)              632   612   615   640   616   546   581   620
Royalties ($/oz)                41    11    60    35    36    26    28    27
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Cash cost ($/oz)(c)            673   623   675   675   652   572   609   647
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Canada-Niobec Mine (IAMGOLD interest - 100%)
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Total operating material
 mined (000t)                  454   427   441   470   474   437   438   424
Ore milled (000t)              502   458   456   448   448   441   453   413
Grade (% Nb205)               0.59  0.62  0.62  0.61  0.64  0.61  0.57  0.63
Niobium production (millions
 of kg Nb)                     1.0   1.1   1.1   1.2   1.2   1.0   0.9   1.0
Niobium sales (millions of
 kg Nb)                        1.0   1.1   1.1   1.1   1.4   1.1   1.0   0.9
Operating margin ($/kg
 Nb)(f)                         17    19    19    19    20    18    19    22
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(a) Strip ratio is calculated as waste mined divided by ore mined.
(b) Gold revenue per ounce is calculated as gold sales divided by ounces of
    gold sold.
(c) Cash cost is a non-GAAP measure. Refer to Section 3.b. of the
    Supplemental information attached at the end of this news release
    for reconciliation to GAAP measures.
(d) Commercial production at Essakane started effective as of July 16, 2010.
(e) On December 29, 2009, the Company purchased an additional 3% interest
    in Sadiola which resulted in a 41% interest in the Sadiola joint
    venture
(f) Operating margin per kilogram of niobium at the Niobec mine is a
    non-GAAP measure. Refer to Section 3.c. of the Supplemental
    information attached at the end of this news release for
    reconciliation to GAAP measures.
 
3.A. NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES - ADJUSTED NET EARNINGS (unaudited)

Adjusted net earnings and adjusted net earnings per share are non-GAAP financial measures. Management believes that these measures better reflect the Company's performance for the current period and are a better indication of its expected performance in future periods. Adjusted net earnings and adjusted net earnings per share are intended to provide additional information, but do not have any standardized meaning prescribed by Canadian generally accepted accounting policies ("GAAP"), are unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other issuers, and should not be considered in isolation or a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with GAAP. Adjusted net earnings represent net earnings excluding certain impacts, net of tax, such as impairment charge, changes in asset retirement obligations for closed properties, unrealized derivative gain or loss on gold Mupane hedging, gain on sale of gold bullion, marketable securities and assets, impairment of marketable securities, foreign exchange gain or loss, and executive severance costs. These measures are not necessarily indicative of net earnings or cash flows as determined under GAAP. The following table provides a reconciliation of net earnings (loss) to adjusted net earnings as per the unaudited interim consolidated statement of earnings.

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                                                   Fourth
                                                  quarter
                                                    ended    Year ended
                                              December 31   December 31
                                              2010   2009   2010   2009
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(in $ millions, except for number of shares
 and per share amounts; amounts are net of
 tax impact)                                     $      $      $      $

Net earnings (loss)                          144.5  (47.4) 279.8  114.1
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Impairment charges                               -   88.8      -   98.1
Changes in asset retirement obligations for
 closed properties                            12.0   13.3   12.0   13.3
Unrealized derivative loss on gold Mupane
 hedging                                       3.4      -   11.8      -
Gain on sale of gold bullion                     -      -      -  (30.7)
Gain on sales of marketable securities        (9.5)  (0.6) (18.3)  (2.6)
Gain on sales of assets                       (3.3)  (0.2)  (3.6)  (1.9)
Impairment of marketable securities              -    3.4      -    3.5
Foreign exchange loss (gain)                  (2.8)  (2.1)   1.7  (27.0)
Executive severance costs                      0.6    1.6    2.3    3.2
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                                               0.4  104.2    5.9   55.9
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Adjusted net earnings                        144.9   56.8  285.7  170.0
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Weighted average number of common shares
 outstanding (in millions)
  Basic                                      372.8  368.4  371.4  352.8
  Diluted                                    374.4  368.4  373.3  354.6
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Basic net earnings (loss) per share           0.39  (0.13)  0.75   0.32
Basic adjusted net earnings per share         0.39   0.15   0.77   0.48
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Comparative figures in 2009 and in previous quarters of 2010 of adjusted net earnings have been recalculated to conform to the calculation adopted in 2010.

3.b. NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES - CASH COSTS (unaudited)

The Company's News Release often refers to cash costs per ounce, a non-GAAP performance measure in order to provide investors with information about the measure used by management to monitor performance. This information is used to assess how well the producing gold mines are performing compared to plan and prior periods, and also to assess the overall effectiveness and efficiency of gold mining operations. "Cash cost" figures are calculated in accordance with a standard developed by The Gold Institute, which was a worldwide association of suppliers of gold and gold products and included leading North American gold producers. The Gold Institute ceased operations in 2002, but the standard is still an accepted standard of reporting cash costs of gold production in North America. Adoption of the standard is voluntary and the cost measures presented herein may not be comparable to other similarly titled measures of other companies. Costs include mine site operating costs such as mining, processing, administration, royalties, production taxes, and attributable realized derivative gain or loss, but are exclusive of amortization, reclamation, capital, exploration and development costs. These costs are then divided by the Company's attributable ounces of gold produced to arrive at the total cash costs per ounce. The measure, along with sales, is considered a key indicator of a company's ability to generate operating earnings and cash flow from its mining operations.

These gold cash costs do not have any standardized meaning prescribed by Canadian GAAP and differ from measures determined in accordance with GAAP. They are intended to provide additional information and should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with GAAP. These measures are not necessarily indicative of net earnings or cash flow from operations as determined under GAAP.

The following tables provide a reconciliation of total cash costs per ounce produced for gold mines to the mining costs, excluding depreciation, depletion and amortization as per the unaudited interim consolidated statement of earnings.

Fourth Quarter ended December 31, 2010

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                                  Operating
                                  Gold Mines               Other
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(in $ millions,                 Do-
 except where          Essa-    yon       Sadi-              Oth-   To-
 noted)          Rose-  kane  Divi-   Mu-   ola   Ya-    To-   er   tal
                   bel   (a)   sion  pane   (b)  tela    tal  (c)   (d)
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                     $     $      $     $     $     $      $    $     $
Mining costs,
 excluding
 depreciation,
 depletion and
 amortization     63.6  42.6   36.3  14.3  24.9  11.8  193.5 22.6 216.1
Adjust for:
 By-product
  credit
  (excluded from
  mining costs)  (0.2) (0.1)  (1.3)     - (0.1) (0.1)  (1.8)
 Stock movement  (5.3) (5.1)  (2.9)   2.1 (1.0)   0.8 (11.4)
 Accretion
  expense and
  other changes
  in asset
  retirement
  obligations    (0.4) (0.1)  (0.6) (0.2) (0.1) (0.2)  (1.6)
 Foreign
  exchange,
  interest and
  other          (1.1) (0.6) (16.1) (0.8) (1.1) (0.3) (20.0)
 Cost attributed
  to non-
  controlling
  interests      (2.8) (3.6)      -     -     -     -  (6.4)
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                 (9.8) (9.5) (20.9)   1.1 (2.3)   0.2 (41.2)
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Cash costs -
 operating mines  53.8  33.1   15.4  15.4  22.6  12.0  152.3
Cash costs -
 working
 interests(e)                                           28.1
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Total cash costs
 including
 working
 interests                                             180.4           
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Attributable gold
 production -
 operating mines
 (000 oz)          119    80     18    15    29     9    270
Attributable gold
 production -
 working
 interests
 (000 oz)(e)                                              45
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Total
 attributable
 gold production
 (000 oz)                                                315
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Total cash costs
 ($/oz)            449   414    843 1,062   785 1,379    574
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Year ended December 31, 2010

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                                      Operating
                                     Gold Mines                 Other
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(in $ millions,                     Do-
 except where noted)       Essa-    yon       Sadi-                      To-
                     Rose-  kane  Divi-   Mu-   ola   Ya-    To-  Oth-   tal
                       bel   (a)   sion  pane   (b)  tela    tal er(c)   (d)
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                         $     $      $     $     $     $      $     $     $
Mining costs,
 excluding
 depreciation,
 depletion and
 amortization        212.8  49.3   47.4  53.7  79.6  46.1  488.9  81.7 570.6
Adjust for:
 By-product credit
  (excluded from
  mining costs)      (0.4) (0.1)  (2.1)     - (0.2) (0.1)  (2.9)
 Stock movement      (6.0)  11.2  (2.5)   0.7   0.6   0.8    4.8
 Accretion expense
  and other changes
  in asset
  retirement
  obligations        (1.7) (0.1)  (2.3) (0.4) (0.7) (0.8)  (6.0)
 Foreign exchange,
  interest and other (3.6) (1.9) (18.6) (1.2) (2.4)   0.8 (26.9)
 Cost attributed to
  non-controlling
  interests         (10.0) (5.8)      -     -     -     - (15.8)
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                    (21.7)   3.3 (25.5) (0.9) (2.7)   0.7 (46.8)
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Cash costs -
 operating mines     191.1  52.6   21.9  52.8  76.9  46.8  442.1
Cash costs - working
 interests(e)                                              112.5
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Total cash costs
 including working
 interests                                                 554.6
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Attributable gold
 production -
 operating mines
 (000 oz)              395   122     33    57   118    60    785
Attributable gold
 production -
 working interests
 (000 oz)(e)                                                 182
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Total attributable
 gold production
 (000 oz)                                                    967
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Total cash costs
 ($/oz)                484   429    655   941   653   780    574
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(a) Commercial production starting July 16, 2010.
(b) On December 29, 2009, the Company purchased an additional 3% interest
    increasing the Sadiola joint venture ownership interest to 41%.
(c) Niobium, Exploration and development and Corporate Segments.
(d) As per Consolidated statement of earnings.
(e) Working interests relate to the Tarkwa and Damang mines.

Fourth quarter ended December 31, 2009
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                                     Operating               
                                     Gold Mines            Other
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(in $ millions, except          Do-
 where noted)                   yon       Sadi-              Oth-   To-
                       Rose-  Divi-   Mu-   ola   Ya-    To-   er   tal 
                         bel   sion  pane   (a)  tela    tal  (b)   (c)
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                           $      $     $     $     $      $    $     $
Mining costs, excluding
 depreciation,
 depletion and
 amortization           42.6   29.1   9.2  20.9  10.5  112.3 26.9 139.2
Adjust for:
 By-product credit
  (excluded from mining
  costs)               (0.1)  (0.6) (0.1)     -     -  (0.8)
 Realized loss on non-                                                 
  hedge derivatives
  (excluded from mining
  costs)                 0.6  (0.5)   0.1   0.3   0.1    0.6
 Stock movement          3.6    0.7   0.3 (0.5) (0.3)    3.8
 Accretion expense and
  other changes in
  asset retirement
  obligations          (0.4) (16.1) (0.1) (0.2) (0.1) (16.9)
 Foreign exchange,
  interest and other   (2.2)  (0.1)     - (0.9) (1.1)  (4.3)
 Cost attributed to
  non-controlling
  interest             (2.2)      -     -     -     -  (2.2)
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                       (0.7) (16.6)   0.2 (1.3) (1.4) (19.8)
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Cash costs - operating
 mines                  41.9   12.5   9.4  19.6   9.1   92.5
Cash costs - working
 interests(d)                                           21.9
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Total cash costs
 including working
 interests                                             114.4
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Attributable gold
 production - operating
 mines (000 oz)           99     24    11    32    28    194
Attributable gold
 production - working
 interests (000 oz)(d)                                    40
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Total attributable gold
 production (000 oz)                                     234
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Total cash costs ($/oz)  422    528   885   616   323    488
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Year ended December 31, 2009

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                                    Operating                
                                    Gold Mines             Other
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(in $ millions, except         Do-
 where noted)                  yon       Sadi-               Oth-   To-
                      Rose-  Divi-   Mu-   ola   Ya-           er   tal
                        bel   sion  pane   (a)  tela  Total   (b)   (c)
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                          $      $     $     $     $      $     $     $
Mining costs,
 excluding
 depreciation,
 depletion and
 amortization         155.5   77.7  40.0  67.0  30.5  370.7  76.1 446.8
Adjust for:
 By-product credit
  (excluded from
  mining costs)       (0.3)  (2.4) (0.1) (0.1)     -  (2.9)
 Loss/(Gain) on non-
  hedge derivatives
  (excluded from
  mining costs)         0.6  (0.5)   0.1   0.3   0.1    0.6
 Stock movement        14.1  (0.4) (1.1)     -     -   12.6
 Accretion expense and
  other changes in
  asset retirement
  obligations         (1.7) (17.2) (0.3) (0.7) (0.5) (20.4)
 Foreign exchange,
  interest and other  (4.7)  (0.2) (1.1) (1.5)   0.1  (7.4)
 Cost attributed to
  non-controlling
  interest            (8.2)      -     -     -     -  (8.2)
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                      (0.2) (20.7) (2.5) (2.0) (0.3) (25.7)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
Cash costs - operating
 mines                155.3   57.0  37.5  65.0  30.2  345.0
Cash costs - working
 interests(d)                                          88.1
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Total cash costs
 including working
 interests            155.3   57.0  37.5  65.0  30.2  433.1
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Attributable gold
 production -
 operating mines 
(000 oz )               392    109    51   135    89    776
Attributable gold
 production - working
 interests (000 oz)(d)                                  163
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Total attributable
 gold production 
(000 oz)                                                939
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Total cash costs
 ($/oz)                 396    524   735   483   339    461
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a. On December 29, 2009, the Company purchased an additional 3% interest
   increasing the Sadiola joint venture ownership interest to 41%.
b. Niobium, Exploration and development and Corporate Segments.
c. As per Consolidated statement of earnings.
d. Working interests relate to the Tarkwa and Damang mines.
 
3.c. NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES - UNIT OPERATING MARGIN PER KILOGRAM OF NIOBIUM FOR THE NIOBEC MINE (unaudited)

The Company's News Release refers to operating margin per kilogram of niobium at the Niobec mine, a non-GAAP performance measure, in order to provide investors with information about the measure used by management to monitor the performance of its non-gold asset, the Niobec mine. The information allows management to assess how well the Niobec mine is performing relative to the plan and to prior periods, as well as, assess the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the operations. The operating margin per kilogram of niobium does not have any standardized meaning prescribed by Canadian GAAP, are unlikely to be comparable to similar measures presented by other issuers, and should not be considered in isolation or a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with GAAP.

The following table provides a reconciliation of operating margin per kilogram of niobium at the Niobec mine to revenues, mining costs and attributable non-hedge derivative gain or loss as per the unaudited interim consolidated statement of earnings.

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(unaudited)                               2010                         2009
(in $ millions,
 except where
 noted)               Q4      Q3     Q2     Q1      Q4     Q3     Q2     Q1
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                       $       $      $      $       $      $      $      $
Revenues from the
 Niobec mine as
 per segmented
 information in
 consolidated
 financial
 statements         39.2    40.4   38.9   40.2    52.8   39.7   35.0   31.8
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Mining costs per
 consolidated
 statement of
 earnings          216.1   128.6  109.5  116.4   139.2  109.9  108.4   89.3
Mining costs from
 gold mines as
 per cash cost
 reconciliation   (193.5) (108.3) (90.5) (96.6) (112.3) (90.0) (91.7) (76.7)
Other mining
 costs              (0.9)   (0.4)  (0.6)  (0.4)   (1.9)     -      -   (0.1)
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                    21.7    19.9   18.4   19.4    25.0   19.9   16.7   12.5
Non-hedge
 derivative gain       -       -      -      -    (0.6)     -      -      -
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Mining costs from
 the Niobec mine    21.7    19.9   18.4   19.4    24.4   19.9   16.7   12.5
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Operating margin    17.5    20.5   20.5   20.8    28.4   19.8   18.3   19.3
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Sales volume
 (millions of 
  kg Nb)             1.0     1.1    1.1    1.1     1.4    1.1    1.0    0.9
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Operating margin
 ($/kg Nb)            17      19     19     19      20     18     19     22
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IAMGOLD est une société de production minière d'or basée au Canada.

IAMGOLD est productrice d'or, d'argent, de diamants, de niobium, de plomb, de rare earth et de zinc au Botswana, au Canada, au Ghana, au Mali, au Perou, au Suriname, en Afrique Du Sud, en Equateur, en Guyana, en Indonesie et en Tanzanie, en développement de projets d'or au Burkina Faso, en Equateur et en Guyane Francaise, et détient divers projets d'exploration au Canada, au Honduras, au Perou, en Afrique Du Sud et en Equateur.

Ses principaux projets en production sont OMAI MINE en Guyana, MOUSKA MINE, PORCUPINE, SLEEPING GIANT, DOYON, NIOBEC et GRAND DUC au Canada, YATELA et SADIOLA au Mali, MUPANE au Botswana, DAMANG PROJECT, TARKWA et TEBEREBIE au Ghana, ROSEBEL au Suriname, ZARUMA en Equateur, ARDO MINE en Afrique Du Sud, BUCKREEF en Tanzanie, RAWAS GOLD PROJECT en Indonesie et TAMBORAQUE au Perou, ses principaux projets en développement sont ESSAKANE au Burkina Faso, CAMP CAIMAN en Guyane Francaise et QUIMSACOCHA PROJECT en Equateur et ses principaux projets en exploration sont BAMBADJI au Senegal, TEX-SOL, LESPERANCE, CREVIER et WESTWOOD au Canada, ALAMOUTALA (SADIOLA II) et SIRIBAYA au Mali, GILT EDGE MINE & ANCHOR HILL en Equateur, PODEROSA MINE au Perou et VUELTAS DEL RIO / EL ZAPOTAL au Honduras.

IAMGOLD est cotée au Canada, aux Etats-Unis D'Amerique, en Australie et en Allemagne. Sa capitalisation boursière aujourd'hui est 1,3 milliards CA$ (1,1 milliards US$, 930,7 millions €).

La valeur de son action a atteint son plus haut niveau récent le 28 avril 2006 à 9,98 CA$, et son plus bas niveau récent le 30 septembre 2022 à 1,27 CA$.

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17/05/2019IAMGOLD tactfully rejects rumours of planned assets sale
28/01/2019IAMGOLD puts construction of Canadian mine on ice
12/12/2018Iamgold eyes growth in Burkina Faso, unveils resource estima...
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Rapports annuels de IAMGOLD Corporation
Form 40-F filed on EDGAR; Annual Report and AIF filed on SED...
2009 Annual Report
Financements de IAMGOLD Corporation
26/03/2010Announces US$350 Million Unsecured Credit Facility; Plus Add...
27/11/2009Merrex Warrants Exercised
28/04/2008Obtains US $140 Million Credit Facility
Attributions d'options de IAMGOLD Corporation
22/06/2011Increases Dividend by 150% and Provides Update for Q2 2011
Nominations de IAMGOLD Corporation
23/05/2013IAMGOLD shareholders re-elect board of directors
23/05/2013IAMGOLD shareholders re-elect board of directors
08/01/2009Expands Presence in West Africa and Announces Appointment of...
26/06/2007Announces CFO Appointment
Rapports Financiers de IAMGOLD Corporation
16/07/2014announces dates for its second quarter 2014 results
16/04/2014announces dates for its first quarter 2014 results and Annua...
19/02/2014IAMGOLD reports fourth quarter and full-year 2013 results
04/02/2014IAMGOLD announces details for its 2013 fourth quarter and fu...
05/11/2013IAMGOLD Reports Solid Third Quarter Results
23/09/2013IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Third Quarter 2013 Results
23/09/2013Announces Dates for its Third Quarter 2013 Results
08/07/2013IAMGOLD announces dates for its second quarter 2013 results
08/07/2013announces dates for its second quarter 2013 results
15/04/2013IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2013 results a...
15/04/2013IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2013 results a...
12/04/2013announces dates for its first quarter 2013 results and Annua...
21/02/2013IAMGOLD reports 2012 operating and financial results
21/02/2013IAMGOLD reports 2012 operating and financial results
24/01/2013IAMGOLD Announces Details for its 2012 Fourth Quarter and F...
14/11/2012IAMGOLD reports operating and financial results for the thir...
14/11/2012IAMGOLD reports operating and financial results for the thir...
02/10/2012IAMGOLD announces dates for its third quarter 2012 results
02/10/2012IAMGOLD announces dates for its third quarter 2012 results
02/10/2012announces dates for its third quarter 2012 results
10/07/2012IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2012 Results
10/07/2012IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2012 Results
12/05/2012IAMGOLD Reports First Quarter 2012 Financial
12/05/2012IAMGOLD Reports First Quarter 2012 Financial
11/04/2012IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2012 results a...
11/04/2012IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2012 results a...
25/01/2012IAMGOLD announces details for its 2011 fourth quarter and fu...
25/01/2012IAMGOLD announces details for its 2011 fourth quarter and fu...
10/08/2011Reports 223% Increase in Second Quarter Net Earnings From Co...
13/07/2011Announces Dates for Its Second Quarter 2011 Results
22/06/2011(Tarkwa)Receives $667 Million Cash From the Sale of Its Interest in ...
11/05/2011Reports Record First Quarter Net Earnings Operating Cash Flo...
26/04/2011Announces Dates for Its First Quarter 2011 Results and Annua...
21/04/2011Reports Strong Quarterly Gold Production
29/03/2011Form 40-F Filed on Edgar; Annual Report and AIF Filed on Sed...
10/02/2011Focus on Organic Growth Yields Positive Results: Year-End Go...
03/02/2011Fourth Quarter and Year End 2010 R =?ISO-8859-1?Q?eporting=2...
11/08/2010Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results
14/07/2010Second Quarter 2010 Financial Results to be Released Before ...
19/04/2010First Quarter 2010 Financial Results =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=20Relea...
12/04/2010First Quarter 2010 Financial Results to Be Released Before M...
17/02/2010Reports Fourth Quarter and 2009 Year End Results
27/01/2010Fourth Quarter and Year End 2009 Financial Results to Be Rel...
24/02/2009 Fourth Quarter and 2008 Year-End Results
08/08/2008Reports Strong Second Quarter Net Earnings and Operating Cas...
14/07/2008Second Quarter Financial Results Release - August 8, 2008
13/05/2008Reports Record Net Earnings and Operating Cash Flow in the F...
30/04/2008First Quarter Financial Results Release-May 13, 2008
12/10/2007Third Quarter Results Release - November 13, 2007
15/08/20072007 Second Quarter Results
15/05/20072007 First Quarter Results
09/05/2007First Quarter Results Release - May 15, 2007
31/01/2007Fourth Quarter Activity Report
Projets de IAMGOLD Corporation
05/07/2016IAMGOLD provides update on advanced exploration project diam...
01/02/2016IAMGOLD provides update on life-of-mine plans
19/01/2016IAMGOLD provides update on life-of-mine plans
09/10/2015Iamgold to cut 10 percent of workers at Suriname gold mine
20/07/2015IAMGOLD provides update on advanced exploration project diam...
07/07/2015IAMGOLD provides exploration update on its wholly-owned Pita...
12/04/2015AngloGold in talks to sell part, all of U.S. mine
01/04/2015Iamgold in talks to buy AngloGold's stakes in two Mali mines
17/03/2015IAMGOLD reports 2014 reserves of 8.6 million ounces and meas...
03/10/2014(Niobec)to sell Niobec for a total consideration of US$530 million -...
07/03/2014(Rosebel)signs its first option agreement to explore properties surro...
05/02/2014TomaGold announces the start of exploration work on Monster ...
22/01/2014IAMGOLD reports 2013 production and
21/01/2014reports 2013 production and preliminary cash costs; 2014 gu...
27/11/2013IAMGOLD to build Solar Project in Suriname
12/11/2013TomaGold and IAMGOLD Sign a $17.575 Million Agreement on the...
16/09/2013IAMGOLD and its partners in the Yatela Mine
29/07/2013IAMGOLD reports first mineral resource
21/05/2013IAMGOLD provides exploration update on Boto
21/05/2013IAMGOLD provides exploration update on Boto
16/04/2013IAMGOLD corrects media report regarding Essakane mine
16/04/2013IAMGOLD corrects media report regarding Essakane mine
21/02/2013IAMGOLD gold operations post 2012 reserves of 11.3 million o...
22/01/2013IAMGOLD provides mineral resource update for Côté Gold and r...
22/01/2013IAMGOLD provides mineral resource update for Côté Gold and r...
14/11/2012IAMGOLD completes the sale of the Quimsacocha project
14/11/2012IAMGOLD completes the sale of the Quimsacocha project
05/11/2012IAMGOLD provides exploration update for the Boto Gold Projec...
05/11/2012IAMGOLD provides exploration update for the Boto Gold Projec...
18/10/2012Entourage Metals Commences Surface Exploration at the Octobe...
05/10/2012IAMGOLD reports 274% increase in Indicated Resource at Côté ...
05/10/2012IAMGOLD reports 274% increase in Indicated Resource at Côté ...
05/09/2012IAMGOLD Provides Exploration Update for Côté Gold Project
05/09/2012IAMGOLD Provides Exploration Update for Côté Gold Project
21/06/2012IAMGOLD completes acquisition of Trelawney
21/06/2012IAMGOLD completes acquisition of Trelawney
21/06/2012INV Metals To Acquire The Quimsacocha Project From IAMGOLD
27/04/2012IAMGOLD expands gold production pipeline in
27/04/2012IAMGOLD expands gold production pipeline in
10/04/2012IAMGOLD Files Mineral Resource Report for
10/04/2012IAMGOLD Files Mineral Resource Report for
26/10/2011Colombia Crest Gold Offers Up To 19.9 Percent Ownership To I...
12/10/2011(Rosebel)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
12/10/2011(Essakane)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
12/10/2011(Mouska Mine)Reports Quarter-Over-Quarter 18,1% Increase in Gold Producti...
19/09/2011(Niobec)on Rare Earth Drilling and Assay Results
31/08/2011(Mupane)Completes the Sale of the Mupane Gold Mine
03/08/2011(Rosebel)Rosebel Gold Mine Resumes Operation
20/06/2011(Niobec)Files Independent Technical Report for Niobec Mine Confirmin...
13/05/2011(Essakane)Essakane Mine Resumes Operation
12/05/2011(Essakane)on IAMGOLD's Essakane Mine
09/05/2011(Rosebel)Framework Agreement Reached for Significant Capacity Expansi...
09/02/2011(La Arena)Receives US$49 Million Cash From La Arena Option
05/02/2011(Rosebel)Fatal Accident at Rosebel
18/01/2011(Rosebel)Reports Record Quarterly Gold Production and Announces Roseb...
02/06/2010(Niobec)Fatal Accident at Niobec Mine
21/12/2009(Westwood)Releases Updated Preliminary Assessment Study on Westwood Pr...
22/09/2008(Rosebel)Rosebel Progress Report and Exploration Objectives
29/07/2008Releases Quimsacocha Pre-Feasibility Study
25/07/2008(Buckreef)Buckreef, Tanzania Resource Update
04/07/2008(Mupane)Reports Increase in Mupane's Mineral Reserves Extends Mine L...
12/06/2008(Westwood)Announces Preliminary Westwood Production Could Begin in 201...
30/05/2008(Westwood)Announces Acceleration of Work at Westwood
27/05/2008(Buckreef)Reports Promising Drilling Results from Buckreef
09/05/2008(La Arena)to Receive in Excess of $48 Million from Sale of La Arena
18/03/2008(Quimsacocha Project)Advances Pre-Feasibility at Quimsacocha
05/12/2007(Westwood)Intercepts Westwood Mineralization at Depth
13/11/2007(Camp Caiman) Updates Camp Caiman Project
30/07/2007(Quimsacocha Project)New Targets at IAMGOLD?s Quimsacocha Project Show Promise
25/07/2007(Buckreef)Buckreef Project Update - Increased Resources
Communiqués de Presse de IAMGOLD Corporation
05/07/2016IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2016 Results
28/06/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,325.24 +1.94 +0.15% Volume: June 27, 2016
15/06/2016IAMGOLD intersects a second gold zone on the Monster Lake pr...
09/06/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,269.48 +6.73 +0.53% Volume: June 9, 2016
15/05/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,273.07 +9.72 +0.77% Volume: May 13, 2016
05/05/2016IAMGOLD Shareholders Re-Elect Board of Directors
03/05/2016IAMGOLD's net operating cash flow from continuing operations...
26/04/2016IAMGOLD secures an additional commitment of C$50 million to ...
06/04/2016IAMGOLD files final base shelf prospectus
30/03/2016IAMGOLD Files 2015 Annual Report and Financial Review
29/03/2016IAMGOLD Renews Preliminary Base Shelf Prospectus
21/03/2016IAMGOLD Enhances its Strong Balance Sheet - Converts Bullion...
18/02/2016Iamgold reports 4Q loss
01/02/2016IAMGOLD Secures Credit Facility
01/02/2016IAMGOLD Meets Production and Cost Guidance for 2015 and Lowe...
29/01/2016Global Expeditions: South America
19/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,084.15 -5.22 -0.48% Volume: January 19, 2016
19/01/2016IAMGOLD Meets Production and Cost Guidance for 2015 and Lowe...
11/01/2016IAMGOLD (IAG) Shares March Higher, Can It Continue?
07/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,105.61 +11.97 +1.09% Volume: January 7, 2016
07/01/2016GOLD PRICE: 1,103.55 +9.91 +0.91% Volume: January 7, 2016
04/01/2016Why These Five Stocks Are Growing On Monday
21/12/2015The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: IAMGOLD, Pershing Gold, P...
17/12/2015How the Gold Price Is Influencing Pure Gold Miners
17/12/2015IAMGOLD Announces Closing of Simplified Tender Offer for EUR...
16/12/2015IAMGOLD's Three Owned Mines Earn Awards for Sustainable Mini...
14/12/2015IAMGOLD Reports End of Illegal Strike at its Rosebel Gold Mi...
22/11/2015Are Hedge Funds Right To Be Bearish On IAMGOLD Corporation (...
04/11/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
04/11/2015Iamgold reports 3Q loss
03/11/2015IAMGOLD reports third quarter 2015 operating results; lowers...
26/10/2015IAMGOLD announces filing in France of a friendly cash bid fo...
26/10/2015Press release of IAMGOLD Corporation filing of a draft frien...
13/10/2015IAMGOLD announces dates for its third quarter 2015 results
08/10/2015IAMGOLD to reduce employee base at Rosebel Mine by 10%
11/09/2015S&P Dow Jones Indices Announces Changes to the S&P/TSX Canad...
04/09/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
04/09/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
06/08/2015Edited Transcript of IMG.TO earnings conference call or pres...
05/08/2015IAMGOLD Reports Second Quarter 2015 Operating Results
28/07/2015What Makes IAMGOLD (IAG) a Strong Sell? - Tale of the Tape
27/07/2015Dividend Heroes To Zeros: 4 'Stingy' Canadian Stocks
21/07/2015Blues for the Yellow Metal: 3 Dull Gold Stocks - Analyst Blo...
21/07/2015IAMGOLD Announces Dates for its Second Quarter 2015 Results
06/07/2015IAMGOLD clarifies impact of mining code revisions in Burkina...
25/06/2015GOLD PRICE: 1,175.33 -2.87 -0.24% Volume: June 24, 2015
13/04/2015IAMGOLD announces dates for its first quarter 2015 results
25/03/2015IAMGOLD Form 40-F Filed on EDGAR; AIF Filed on SEDAR
25/03/2015IAMGOLD to Reduce Board Size
24/03/2015CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures up as weak U.S. dollar lifts commo...
23/03/2015IAMGOLD agrees to sell Diavik Diamond Royalty for total cons...
17/03/2015IAMGOLD's strong operating results driven by significant red...
16/03/2015CANADA STOCKS-TSX set to open higher
23/01/2015Canada Stocks to Watch: Carfinco, Brookfield Asset, Iamgold ...
16/01/2015Canada Stocks to Watch: Bombardier, Iamgold, HudBay and more
09/12/2014Presentation Now Available for On-Demand viewing at VirtualI...
02/12/2014to Webcast, Live, at RetailInvestorConferences.com December ...
13/08/2014increases net cash from operating activities by 155% and con...
31/07/2014(Westwood)declares commercial production at Westwood Mine
09/04/2014provides update on advanced exploration projects maiden reso...
19/02/2014IAMGOLD reports 2013 reserves of 10.1
19/02/2014reports 2013 reserves of 10.1 million ounces and measured an...
15/01/2014IAMGOLD files final base shelf prospectus
15/01/2014files final base shelf prospectus for renewal of existing fa...
11/12/2013IAMGOLD preserves balance sheet; suspends dividend
11/12/2013preserves balance sheet; suspends dividend
27/11/2013to build Solar Project in Suriname
11/11/2013Investor Presentation Now Available for On-demand Viewing at...
05/11/2013to Webcast, Live, at RetailInvestorConferences.com November ...
12/08/2013IAMGOLD's Successful Execution of Cost
07/08/2013reaches agreement with Republic of Suriname to support opera...
26/07/2013IAMGOLD announces current Merrex investment
22/07/2013IAMGOLD renews preliminary base shelf
22/07/2013renews preliminary base shelf prospectus
04/06/2013IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
04/06/2013declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common share
21/05/2013provides exploration update on Boto Project in Senegal
07/05/2013IAMGOLD Reports Q1 Results – Beats Cost Guidance
07/05/2013IAMGOLD Reports Q1 Results – Beats Cost Guidance
15/04/2013IAMGOLD definitive agreement with Government
15/04/2013IAMGOLD definitive agreement with Government
03/04/2013IAMGOLD announces investment in GoldON
03/04/2013IAMGOLD announces investment in GoldON
03/04/2013announces investment in GoldON Resources
25/03/2013IAMGOLD announces adoption of advance notice by-law
25/03/2013IAMGOLD announces adoption of advance notice by-law
21/03/2013IAMGOLD announces the startup of the
21/03/2013IAMGOLD announces the startup of the
21/03/2013(Westwood)announces the startup of the Westwood plant and provides a b...
20/02/2013gold operations post 2012 reserves of 11.3 million ounces an...
12/02/2013Indirectly Acquires Additional Shares in Eagle Mountain
24/01/2013Announces Details for its 2012 Fourth Quarter and Full Year...
10/12/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
10/12/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of $0.125 per common s...
05/11/2012IAMGOLD Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012IAMGOLD Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
05/11/2012Fatality in Burkina Faso, West Africa
24/09/2012IAMGOLD completes US$650 million senior
24/09/2012IAMGOLD completes US$650 million senior
24/09/2012completes US$650 million senior notes offering
14/09/2012IAMGOLD Announces Pricing for US$650 Million
14/09/2012IAMGOLD Announces Pricing for US$650 Million
10/09/2012IAMGOLD announces launch of US$500 million
10/09/2012IAMGOLD announces launch of US$500 million
10/09/2012announces launch of US$500 million senior notes offering
14/08/2012IAMGOLD reports operating and financial
21/06/2012Completes Acquisition of Trelawney
20/06/2012Correction from source: IAMGOLD declares
20/06/2012Correction from source: IAMGOLD declares
20/06/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of
20/06/2012IAMGOLD declares semi-annual dividend of
27/04/2012Expands Gold Production Pipeline in Canada With Acquisition ...
12/04/2012IAMGOLD Receives Additional Warrants in Galane Gold
12/04/2012IAMGOLD Receives Additional Warrants in Galane Gold
02/04/2012IAMGOLD announces investment in Stronghold
02/04/2012IAMGOLD announces investment in Stronghold
27/03/2012IAMGOLD completes 2011 AIF and Form 40-F filings
27/03/2012IAMGOLD completes 2011 AIF and Form 40-F filings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD Reports Record Revenues, Earnings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD Reports Record Revenues, Earnings
24/02/2012IAMGOLD continuing gold operations post 2011
24/02/2012IAMGOLD continuing gold operations post 2011
24/02/2012IAMGOLD releases update on its capital
24/02/2012IAMGOLD releases update on its capital
22/02/2012IAMGOLD increases unsecured credit facility to $500 million ...
22/02/2012IAMGOLD increases unsecured credit facility to $500 million ...
02/02/2012IAMGOLD declares rare earth inferred
17/01/2012IAMGOLD provides further information on its 2012-2014 capita...
17/01/2012IAMGOLD provides further information on its 2012-2014 capita...
16/01/2012IAMGOLD delivers on 2011 guidance with
16/01/2012IAMGOLD delivers on 2011 guidance with
21/12/2011IAMGOLD and Republic of Suriname announce agreement in princ...
21/12/2011IAMGOLD and Republic of Suriname announce agreement in princ...
16/12/2011IAMGOLD resolves minor labour disruption at Essakane
16/12/2011IAMGOLD resolves minor labour disruption at Essakane
09/12/2011IAMGOLD increases dividend by 25%
09/12/2011IAMGOLD increases dividend by 25%
06/12/2011IAMGOLD announces investment in Tolima Gold Corp. in Colombi...
06/12/2011IAMGOLD announces investment in Tolima Gold Corp. in Colombi...
29/09/2011to Jointly Lead a Canadian Public-Private CSR Partnership to...
19/09/2011Reports New Drill Results and is o =?ISO-8859-1?Q?n=20Schedu...
14/07/2011Files Final Base Shelf Prospectus for Renewal of Existing Fa...
13/07/2011(Doyon)Reports Incident at Doyon Division
30/06/2011Files Preliminary Base Shelf Prospectus for Renewal of Exist...
15/06/2011Announces Further Investment in Avnel
09/06/2011Announces Current Merrex Investment
04/05/2011(Niobec)Independent Technical Report Confirms IAMGOLD's Niobium Mine...
15/04/2011(Damang Project)To Sell Its Interest in Tarkwa and Damang Mines in Ghana for...
13/03/2011Signs Memorandum of Understanding With China Gold
08/03/2011Receives PDAC's 2011 Environmental and Social Responsibility...
25/02/2011=?ISO-8859-1?Q?IAMGOLD=20Reports=20Record=20Production,=20Re...
01/04/2010Form 40-F Filed on EDGAR
25/01/2010Focus on Organic Growth Yields Results; Year-End Gold Reserv...
21/01/2010Delivers on 2009 Guidance; Provides 2010 Operating Outlook
04/01/2010CEO to Step Down Effective January 15, 2010
11/12/2009Declares Ninth Consecutive Annual Dividend
10/12/2009Confirms Plane Crash Near Niobec
29/01/2009Announces 2008 Gold Production of 997,000 ounces and Provide...
31/12/2008Final Results of Re-Opened Tender Offer for Euro Ressources:...
23/12/2008Options Merrex Gold's Siribaya Gold Project in Mali and Conf...
15/12/2008Declares Eighth Consecutive Annual Dividend
15/12/2008Completes Sale of the Sleeping Giant Mine and Confirms Equit...
11/12/2008and Orezone Announce Business Combination
05/12/2008and Early Warning Report
03/12/2008Offer for Euro Ressources Successful IAMGOLD Owns 71.6% of E...
19/11/2008Euro Ressources? Board of Directors recommends IAMGOLD?s cas...
17/11/2008Expiry of the Deadline for Competing Bids for Euro Ressource...
06/11/2008Announces Q3 Record Revenues of $227 Million and an Operatin...
29/09/2008Corporate Update
29/09/2008Positive Results Expected in Ecuador's Constitutional Refere...
29/08/2008Announces Filing in France of Cash Bid for Euro Ressources
30/07/2008?s Boto Project, Senegal Exploration Update
23/07/2008Announces Acquisition of Doyon Royalty
02/06/2008Announces Operational Improvements Impacting Reserve Life an...
06/05/2008Reports Continued Success at 3.3 Million Ounce Westwood Proj...
05/05/2008Reaches Three Year Labour Agreements at Niobec
25/04/2008and Other Mining Companies Meet with President Correa and Ot...
28/03/2008 Reports Record Operating Cash Flow in 2007
28/03/2008 Increases Resources by 5%
14/03/2008Holds Positive Meeting with President Sarkozy
28/02/2008 Continues Rationalization of Exploration Portfolio
12/02/2008Year End Results Release ? March 28, 2008
06/02/2008Announces $ 18 Million Cost Improvement Program at Rosebel
31/01/2008Reports Camp Caiman Permits Not Approved
30/01/2008Corporate Update
14/12/2007Declares Seventh Consecutive Annual Dividend
15/11/2007 Reaches Agreement on Environmental Protection in Ecuador
09/10/2007Signs Option for Sale of Sleeping Giant
25/09/2007Exploration and Development Project Update
06/09/2007 Westwood Scopings Study Shows Positive Economics
03/08/2007Mistassini and Otish Basins Uranium Projects Exploration Upd...
10/07/2007Announces Further Drill Results at Quimsacocha
13/06/2007Announces Exploration Results Confirming New High Potential ...
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