Endeavour Silver Produces 1,262,064 oz Silver and 13,648 oz Gold (2.2 Million oz Silver Equivalents) in the Third Quarter, 2017


Vancouver, Canada – October 10, 2017 – Endeavour Silver Corp. (TSX: EDR, NYSE: EXK) reports its production results for the Third Quarter, 2017 from the Company’s three silver-gold mines in Mexico: the Guanaceví mine in Durango State and the Bolañitos and El Cubo mines in Guanajuato State. Silver production in the Third Quarter, 2017 was 1,262,064 ounces (oz) and gold production was 13,648 oz resulting in silver equivalent production of 2.2 million oz using a 70:1 silver:gold ratio.

Production was slightly lower in Q3, 2017 compared to Q3, 2016 due to operating issues at the Guanacevi mine, now mostly resolved, and revised annual mine plans which led to lower throughput.  However, production was higher in Q3, 2017 compared to Q2, 2017 primarily due to improved performance at the Bolañitos and El Cubo mines.

Production Highlights for Third Quarter, 2017 (Compared to Third Quarter, 2016)

  • Silver production decreased 2% to 1,262,064 oz
  • Gold production decreased 5% to 13,648 oz
  • Silver equivalent production was 2.2 million oz (at a 70:1 silver: gold ratio)
  • Silver oz sold increased 6% to 1,275,922 oz
  • Gold oz sold down 3% to 13,759 oz
  • Bullion inventory at quarter-end included 196,092 oz silver and 466 oz gold
  • Concentrate inventory at quarter-end included 37,043 oz silver and 633 oz gold

Endeavour CEO Bradford Cooke commented, “Third quarter production showed continued improvement over the second quarter production on a consolidated basis. Both Bolanitos and El Cubo are on track to meet or beat their operating plans for the year. Guanaceví’s performance is now rebounding with grades up in Q3 and our forecasted throughput up for Q4, targeting 1000 tpd by year-end.

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