1.What is the company’s strategy?
2.Does Coeur pay a dividend?
3.When was the company incorporated?
4.Does the company hedge its gold or silver production?
5.Where are the company’s mines?
6.Does the company have insurance for its investment in Bolivia?
7.What is Coeur’s relative mix of silver and gold production?
8.Who does the company sell its products to?
9.Does the company provide earnings guidance?
10.What is the total of the company’s silver and gold reserves and resources?
11.How many employees does Coeur have?
12.How many shares of common stock are outstanding?
13.Who should shareholders contact regarding address changes, lost stock certificates, etc?
14.Does the company purchase shares from individual stockholders who may wish to avoid selling their shares through a broker?
15.Does the company sell silver or gold bars to the public?
1.What is the company’s strategy?
 Coeur’s strategy is to focus on operational execution, aggressive exploration, risk management, and pursuing high-return growth opportunities

2.Does Coeur pay a dividend?
 The company does not currently pay a dividend.

3.When was the company incorporated?
 Coeur was incorporated in 1928 and began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in 1990.

4.Does the company hedge its gold or silver production?
 The company does not engage in any hedging of its silver production, which is its primary source of revenue. In January 2009, Coeur entered into a gold royalty stream transaction with Franco-Nevada Corporation, and in December 2008 entered into a gold lease facility with Mitsubishi.

5.Where are the company’s mines?
 Rochester, Nevada: silver and gold (surface) Martha, Argentina: silver and gold (underground) Endeavor, Australia: silver (underground) San Bartolome, Bolivia: silver (surface) Palmarejo, Mexico: silver and gold (underground/surface) Kensington, Alaska: gold (underground)

6.Does the company have insurance for its investment in Bolivia?
 Yes. The Company obtained a political risk insurance policy from the Overseas Private Insurance Corporation (“OPIC”) and another private insurer. The combined policies are in the amount of $155 million and cover Coeur up to the lesser of $131.8 million or 85% of any loss arising from expropriation, political violence or currency inconvertibility.

7.What is Coeur’s relative mix of silver and gold production?
 In 2011, Coeur produced 19.1 million ounces of silver and 220,382 ounces of gold. Estimated companywide production for 2012 will be 18.5-20.0 million silver ounces and 210,000-230,000 gold ounces.

8.Who does the company sell its products to?
 Coeur sells its metal products and concentrates to bullion trading banks (roughly 40%) and third-party smelters (roughly 60%).

9.Does the company provide earnings guidance?
 Coeur does not typically provide earnings guidance. Rather, the company periodically provides guidance concerning expected production and cash operating costs. An investor can then evaluate this information in the context of his or her assumptions about expected market prices of silver and gold.

10.What is the total of the company’s silver and gold reserves and resources?
 Coeur reported 2011 year-end proven and probable mineral reserve levels of 216 million ounces of silver and 2.3 million ounces of gold. In addition, Coeur reported 224 million ounces of silver measured and indicated resources and 1.7 million ounces of gold measured and indicated resources.

11.How many employees does Coeur have?
 As of December 31, 2011 Coeur had roughly 1,900 employees worldwide.

12.How many shares of common stock are outstanding?
 Coeur has approximately 89.7 million diluted shares outstanding as of December 31, 2011.

13.Who should shareholders contact regarding address changes, lost stock certificates, etc?
 Shareholders who need assistance with such matters should contact Computershare, Coeur’s transfer agent, at 1-800-359-8554or at www.bnymellon.com/shareowner/equityaccess.

14.Does the company purchase shares from individual stockholders who may wish to avoid selling their shares through a broker?
 No, Coeur does not typically purchase shares of its stock from individual holders.

15.Does the company sell silver or gold bars to the public?
 No, Coeur does not sell such products to investors or the general public.