Slow changes or a bump in the road?

- August 22nd, 2008

LeadInvestingNews reports lead has recovered slightly last week. After reaching a low of US$0.75 per pound August 14, it is now back up to nearly US$0.88 per pound. With the harsh blows being meted out to metal exploration and mining companies in the last few months, progress comes in small steps. LeadInvestingNews editor, Daniella D’Alimonte gives … Continued

LeadInvestingNews reports lead has recovered slightly last week.

After reaching a low of US$0.75 per pound August 14, it is now back up to nearly US$0.88 per pound. With the harsh blows being meted out to metal exploration and mining companies in the last few months, progress comes in small steps.

LeadInvestingNews editor, Daniella D’Alimonte gives several examples:

* Hathor Exploration Limited (TSX: HAT), unlike many other companies in the sector, has been on an erratic climb over the summer. It has recently been fluctuating well over US$3 per share.

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