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Meryllion Resources (V.MYR) falls 44%: 52-week high and low report

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| December 13, 2013

A report on TSX and Venture companies that have hit their 52-week high and low during trading on Friday, December 13.
The first company on the TSX to hit a 52-week high was Secure Energy Services Inc.  (TSX: T.SES, Stock Forum), which hit a new high of $17.40 after gaining 5.0%.

In its latest news the oil and gas companies service provider announced, on December 12, an initial capital budget of $225 million for 2014.
Cymbria Corp. (TSX: T.CYB, Stock Forum) was the second company to get to a 52-week high. The company rose 2.8% to $21.99.

On August 30, the investment company announced it would redeem 279,952 Class A Shares at a price per Class A Share of $18.87, as well as 86,500 Class J Shares.
On the low side of the TSX, Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (TSX: T.GCM, Stock Forum) lost 4.8% to $1.00 a share.

On November 14, the mineral exploration and development company announced the release of its unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements and accompanying management's discussion and analysis for the third quarter of 2013. 
Duluth Metals Ltd. (TSX: T.DM, Stock Forum) fell 4.7% to a new 52-week low of $0.82 a share.
The mining company announced the results of a drilling program on December 6.

On the Venture, the top 52-week high gainer was Bluefire Mining Corp. (TSX: V.BFM, Stock Forum), which soared 62.5% to $0.26 a share.

On October 25, the resource company announced the appointment of Christopher Buss as the Vice President, Corporate Development of the company
PetroShale Inc. (TSX: V.PSH, Stock Forum) was second on the list with a climb of 4.5% to $1.64 a share.

On November 25, the oil and gas junior announced key executive and board appointments, provided an operational update and news on secured financing
On the low side, Meryllion Resources Corp. (TSX: V.MYR, Stock Forum) slipped to a new 52-week low of $0.14 after losing 44%.

The natural resource company announced it had granted incentive stock options to directors, officers and consultants of the company on December 12.
And finally, Giyani Gold Corp. (TSX: V.WDG, Stock Forum) dropped 9.8% to $0.37 a share.

On December 6, the resource company completed the spinout of its Canadian assets.

Tags: GOLD

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