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MagIndustries Corp T.MAA

Sector: Agriculture | Sub-Sector: Agricultural Inputs
Alternate Symbol(s):  MAAFF

MagIndustries Corp is engaged in development and exploration of potash salt deposits. The Company has two business units: MagMinerals and MagForestry.
Price: $0.13 Volume: 0
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: N/A/N/A 52 Week High/Low: 0.255/0.13
Last Traded: June 01, 2015 07:01 Transaction Volume: 10000
Open: Previous Close: 0.13
Bid: 0.10 Ask: 0.25
Bid Size: 5000 Ask Size: 8500
Market Cap: 98.3m Shares Out: 755.9m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Opinion

MagIndustries (T.MAA) up 12% on China funding news

Stockhouse members have their say as we feature today’s Top Poster, Bullboard, and Blog, and recognize noteworthy contributions from our community.

Stockhouse Editorial   November 21, 2013
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Potash M&A mania: Allana Potash (AAA) is 'in play'

China Mining United Fund could be a key player

Marc Davis   August 31, 2010
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Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:RE:For those who are uninformed...

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    http://the-gold-report.blogspot.com/2015/07/transgaming-profits-big-after-selling-assets.html Some excellent weekend reading

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  • K&S

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    Since K&S are not in the market for a take over by Potash maybe Potash should look at MAA.

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  • RE:For those who are uninformed...

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    What is happening to the project while the stock is not trading.

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  • For those who are uninformed...

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    Simon Liang seems to be in talks with a major Chinese private company, to sell his (Evergreens) core business, the Pacific Marine wharf...

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  • RE:Informed

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    Something needs to happen on the evergreen front to protect their sizable investment. They cant keep this stale, especially with the...

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