November 17, 2016 - By Hazel Jackson · 0 Comments
The stock of THOMPSON CREEK METALS COMPANY (OTCMKTS:TCPTF) registered a decrease of 0.56% in short interest. TCPTF’s total short interest was 1.37 million shares in November as published by FINRA. Its down 0.56% from 1.38 million shares, reported previously. With 617,500 shares average volume, it will take short sellers 2 days to cover their TCPTF’s short positions. The stock last traded at $0 per share. It is down 117.39% since March 21, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 112.77% the S&P500.
Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc. is a mining firm engaged in the full mining cycle, which includes acquisition, exploration, development and operation of mineral properties. The company has a market cap of $. The Firm operates in three divisions: Copper-Gold, US Molybdenum and Canadian Molybdenum. It currently has negative earnings. The Company’s Copper-Gold activities consist of Mount Milligan Mine, a conventional truck-shovel open-pit copper and gold mine and concentrator in British Columbia.
More notable recent Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc (USA) (OTCMKTS:TCPTF) news were published by: Fool.com which released: “Earnings Preview: Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc.” on February 19, 2014, also Moodys.com with their article: “Moody’s downgrades Thompson Creek’s CFR to Caa1; outlook negative” published on November 13, 2015, Business.Financialpost.com published: “Centerra Gold Inc to buy Thompson Creek Metals Co in US$1.1-billion deal” on July 05, 2016. More interesting news about Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc (USA) (OTCMKTS:TCPTF) were released by: Fool.com and their article: “Is Thompson Creek Metals Destined for Greatness?” published on December 21, 2013 as well as Investingnews.com‘s news article titled: “5 Top TSX Stocks: Big Gains for Gold Stocks” with publication date: February 08, 2016.
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By Hazel Jackson