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Weekly: Teranga Gold falls for a second consecutive week, a two-week fall of 9.2%
Feb 3, 2017 - News Bites Canadian Markets


Teranga Gold Corporation (TSX:TGZ) has fallen 5.0c (or 5.3%) to close at 89.0c. The stock fell for a second consecutive week on Friday bringing its two-week fall to 9.0c or 9.2%. Compared with the S&P/TSX 60 Index which fell 7.7 points (or 0.8%) in the two weeks, this represented a relative price change of -8.3%. The volume was 0.8 times average trading per week of 9.3 million shares. In the past two weeks the market cap has declined CAD48.3 million.


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