All In Cost

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All In Cost

The total cost of a transaction after commissions, interest rates, and other expenses. For example, a student loan has a principal and interest rate, but the all in cost may include an origination fee, a federal default fee, and other expenses.
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Reconciliation of Gold Cost of Sales to Cash costs, All-in sustaining costs and All-in costs, including on a per ounce basis
In November 2018, the World Gold Council ('WGC') published updates to its guidelines for reporting all-in sustaining costs and all-in costs to address how the costs associated with leases, after a company's adoption of IFRS 16 'Leases', should be treated.
All-in costs are estimated at $763/ gold equivalent oz.
(All-in costs include the cash costs of production plus other amounts such as administrative expenses.)
Total cash costs and all-in costs have reached USD 850/oz and USD 1,070/oz, respectively.
Life-of-mine, all-in costs are forecast at $844/oz.
In a move designed to improve transparency in reporting, in June 2013, the World Gold Council (WGC) published a guidance note outlining the concepts of "all-in sustaining costs" (AISC) and "all-in costs" (AIC) as more accurate representations of the cost of producing an ounce of gold than had previously been the case.
In other news from AngloGold Ashanti, the company reported significant improvement in its second-quarter 2014 operating and financial results in comparison with the second quarter of 2013: production was up 17%, all-in sustaining costs fell 19%, corporate and marketing costs were down 65%, exploration and evaluation costs were 58% lower, capital expenditures were down 44%, all-in costs were down 29%, and EBITDA was up 33%.
The study, based on an optimal mill size of 38,000 metric tons per day (mt/d), estimates gold production during the first five years of expanded operations (2018 to 2022) at 848,000 oz/y at all-in costs of $792/oz.