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SAGE Gold Inc V.SGX

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Gold
Alternate Symbol(s):  SGGDF

Sage Gold, Inc., is a mineral exploration and development company which has primary interests in exploration and development properties in Ontario.
Price: $0.12 Volume: 10,213
Change: $0.00 % Change: 0.00%
Day High/Low: 0.12/0.10 52 Week High/Low: 0.60/0.065
Last Traded: November 21, 2014 09:24 Transaction Volume: 100
Open: 0.10 Previous Close: 0.12
Bid: 0.12 Ask: 0.125
Bid Size: 9500 Ask Size: 5000
Market Cap: 1.0m Shares Out: 8.7m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Opinion

Penny gold stock jumps on speculation

Inside buying prompts buzz on the SGX Bullboard.

Cheryl Mascarenhas   May 8, 2008
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