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Thursday
Jun262008

Aurora Energy Resources Incorporated: Up 10.67% today!

On turnover of 867,000 shares Aurora gained $0.38 to close at $3.94. It is hard to see just what contributed to this move, as there has been no real news that we are aware of released today.

The last news we saw was about the establishment of a new panel that will give community representatives from coastal Labrador input into project planning and key environmental work, but that was a week ago.

Maybe it was just one of those days when it was Aurora’s turn in the sun for the bargain hunters slowly re-positioning themselves in this market sector. Uranium One added about 4%, Ur-Energy added about 3% and Laramide added about 5%.

Not complaining just a bit puzzled.

Have a good one.

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Reader Comments (2)

How about a report on DITEM (DIT.V)? It was waaaay up, at its top, from where it is now (it which situation it is not alone, among U exploration companies). Cheers, Neil

June 27, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterNeil Bishop

Neil,

We don’t know enough about Ditum Exploration to write anything meaningful for you. A company with a market cap of around $20 million with 45 million shares outstanding could easily fly when uranium makes a move and the company puts out some good news

Maybe one of our readers will provide us with some insight and explain the benefits of owning this stock above uranium stocks.
cheers, Bob

June 28, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterUranium Stocks

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