BlackBerry active on content news: Canadian market movers

Elizabeth Walters Elizabeth Walters, Stockhouse
0 Comments| March 26, 2013


On Tuesday, the top TSX mover was BlackBerry (TSX: T.BB, Stock Forum). The stock gained nearly 1% and was trading at $14.65 on volume of 3.1 million.

The BlackBerry maker announced the addition of new television content for BlackBerry® 10 customers in the U.S.

TV shows from PBS, Univision and Viacom are now a part of the robust video catalogue available for sale on the BlackBerry® World™ storefront.

Bombardier Inc. (TSX: T.BBD.B, Stock Forum) was the second most active stock on the TSX. It lost 1.3% and was trading at $3.90 on volume of 2.8 million shares.

On March 25, the transportation equipment manufacturer said it had successfully completed the first full powering on of the main electrical distribution system on the first CSeries flight test vehicle (FTV1).

Additionally, Bombardier confirmed that the wing down-bending static test was successfully concluded on the Complete Airframe Static Test (CAST) article at the company's Saint-Laurent, Québec facility in late March 2013.

Ryan Gold Corp. (TSX: V.RYG, Stock Forum) was the volume leader on the TSX Venture Exchange. It fell 11.5% and was trading at $0.115 on volume of 6 million.

On March 15, the exploration company announced final 2012 exploration results from a number of project areas in the Yukon Territory and its plans for the 2013 exploration season.

The second most active stock on the TSX Venture was Bear Lake Gold Ltd. (TSX: V.BLG, Stock Forum). It soared 50% and was trading at $0.015 after 5.4 million shares changed hands.

On Feb. 25, the gold explorer announced results for 23 holes of the diamond drilling program at the company's Larder Lake gold project in northeastern Ontario. The highlight was 4.0 metres grading 6.44 grams per tonne gold, including 1.0 metres grading 16.95 grams per tonne gold.



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