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Sherritt International Corporation T.S

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Sherritt International Corp is engaged in the mining and refining of nickel from lateritic ores with projects and operations in Canada, Cuba, and Madagascar.
Price: $2.12 | Change: $-0.04 | %Change: -1.85%
Volume: 962,723 | Day High/Low: 2.18/2.11 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.90/2.00
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RE:Technical trade signals don't look good

Its worth noting in the intermediate term (up to 9 months), TD technical has price at 2.75.  rate and reply
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Technical trade signals don't look good  rate and reply
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Another Strike

What's going on with Ambatovy:   Sherritt Int'l employees go on strike again at Ambatovy 2015-04-15 13:32 ET - News Release   An anonymous director reports SHERRITT CONFIRMS STRIKE more
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RE:Electric cars need nickel (and cobalt)

Thanks! Good article, very informative.  rate and reply
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Electric cars need nickel (and cobalt) H'mmm after reading the article carefully, I am not sure I agree with the author. more
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TD new target price is $3.75 today

Stiil TD is rating S as a buy with 80% upside! That is a huge returm from here!!  rate and reply
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RE:Take Over

I agree with you. That is the best time for big companies to do that. We should see some M&As activities in this sector soon with the commodity prices that low.  rate and reply
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Take Over

Time to let some big guys to take over this company for $3.00 - $3.50 at this stage.....  rate and reply
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RE:China numbers seem to confirm slowdown

Looking over this in historical ranges - it may be exaggerating things as far as trade balance and exports. The trade balance last month was 60 billion instead of some lower number and the same more
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China numbers seem to confirm slowdown

Trade balance dropped to 3 billion instead of expected 45 billion. Exports dropeed 15 % when they were supposed to grow 12 %. China is in trouble and seems to to confirm the trend in more
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Things are getting better between the US and Cuba!

It is only gonna get better from here. Good Luck to all of us!  rate and reply
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RE:Nickel inventories are down!

No kidding! You better take a look at the 5 year chart.  rate and reply
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Nickel inventories are down!

You can see that on the 30 days inventory chart.  rate and reply
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Waiting to jump in again

I just keep looking at nickel inventory and price and it keeps saying stay away. I look at BMO analysts (target $ 3.5)  using nickel over $ 8 for the year and TD (4.5) also using $ 8 and I ask more
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Not a lot of optimisim on Nickel price (most say under 6 US$

SHANGHAI, Apr. 8 (SMM) – LME nickel is expected to drop to $12,500-12,650 per tonne this week, 53% of market players foresee in latest SMM survey. Those pessimists estimate that weak sentiment and more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Nickel barely up today - but S making a big move - theories?

Yeah sure, Fidel Castro is looking to stroke a cheque for it.  rate and reply
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Technicals are very bullish according to TD bank

View Event Date Event Opportunity Type Close at Event Target Price Range Apr 06, 2015 Bottom Triangle more
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RE:RE:RE:Nickel barely up today - but S making a big move - theories?

SOmeone is going to buy this company.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Nickel barely up today - but S making a big move - theories?

Strike was settled too.  rate and reply
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RE:Nickel barely up today - but S making a big move - theories?

I'm inclined to think Suko is right and that the underlying reason is the growing doubt of the strength of the US$. If the Oxford Club et al are to be believed the Saudis and Chinese are not going more