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Huldra Silver falls 21% on suspended operations: Canadian market movers

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

On Wednesday, the top TSX mover was Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: T.RCI.B). It slipped 8.7% and was trading at $41.92 on volume of 6.6 million shares.
 Today, the communications company announced it is now offering data plans that are available without a term commitment providing customers with the freedom to activate or cancel their plan at any time.

Bombardier Inc. (TSX: T.BBD.B) was the second most active stock on the TSX. The stock was down 3.2% and trading at $4.52 on volume of 6.3 million.

Today, the transportation equipment manufacturer said it would delay the first flight of its CSeries aircraft, now scheduled to fly by the end of July, 2013.
Donner Metals Ltd. (TSX: V.DON) was the volume leader on the TSX Venture Exchange. It lost 21% and was trading at $0.075 on volume of 2.9 million.
On June 25, the resource company said it had entered into an agreement with Secutor Capital Management Corp. and Marquest Capital Markets for a $4.5 million private placement to be used for its Quebec projects and for share capital.
The second most active stock on the TSX Venture was Huldra Silver Inc. (TSX: V.HDA) It fell 21% and was trading at $0.11 after 773 thousand shares changed hands.

Today, the mining company said that it is putting its mine and mill on care and maintenance due to market factors. The company has suspended operations in order to minimize cash obligations. 


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