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MagIndustries (T.MAA) up 12% on China funding news


Stockhouse Editorial
2 Comments| November 21, 2013

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“Wow. I feel so sorry for those that have braved this nasty story. Myself included. I honestly thought this was it for all of you. I will disclose I have no interest in this company any longer and no I do not have any inside knowledge,’’ writes jyengi in the MagIndustries Corp. (TSX: T.MAA, Stock Forum) post.


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November 24, 2020

Some serious contrast between the headline and the content here. Was it another of the mystifying spikes like when it went to 90 cents? Did it actually even really go up 12% because of news or was it something else?
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November 12, 2020

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