UPDATE 1.55pm: Resolute Mining has posted quarterly gold production of 84,274 ounces, down from 102,685 ounces in the previous quarter.
The September quarter output was achieved at a cost of $970 an ounce, up from $841 an ounce in the June quarter, but in line with expectations.
The company said its average cash cost across its three mines was affected by a previously flagged maintenance shutdown at its Syama mine in Mali.
The average cash price received on the 106,200 ounces of gold sold during the September quarter was $1449 an ounce.
Resolute has reaffirmed full-year production guidance of 345,000 ounces and an average cash cost of $890 an ounce and all-in-sustaining costs of $1175 per ounce.
Gross cash inflow from operations for the quarter was $38 million, up from $37 million in the June quarter.
Group cash, bullion and liquid investments (excluding the Noble investment) at the end of the quarter totalled $59 million, down from $70 million in the previous quarter.
Resolute operates the Syama gold mine in Mali, the Golden Pride gold mine in Tanzania and the Ravenswood gold mine in Queensland.
Shares in the company closed up four cents, or 7.41 per cent, at 58 cents.
Meanwhile Ramelius Resources announced it had produced 18,538 fine ounces of gold at a total cash cost of $1301 an ounce in the September quarter.
The company reported quarterly gold sales of $28.8 million at an average sale price of $1445 an ounce.
Cash and gold on hand at the end of September was $34.9 million.
The company said it expected to produce 21,000-23,000 ounces of gold at cash costs of about $1300 an ounce from its Mt Magnet project in the December quarter and 5000 ounces of gold at cash costs of $1050 an ounce from the Coogee project.Ramelius shares closed up 1.5 cents, or 10.71 per cent, at 15.5 cents.