Friday, 19 December 2014

Bathurst Resources Limited Ordinary Shares

NZX : BTU

0.1840
28 Jun 13 01:17
Change:
 0.00
Open:
0.1840
High:
0.1840
Ask:
0.3500
Volume:
0
Change(%):
0.00
Prev:
0.1840
Low:
0.1840
Bid:
0.1900
Avg vol:
0
Summary
Shares:699,248,000
Issuer:Bathurst Resources Limited
Solicitor:Chapman Tripp (NZ)
Registry:COMPUTERSHARE INVESTOR SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:WHK Horwath
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.bathurstresources.com.au
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$128,661,632
52 wk High:0.6600
52 wk Low:0.1840
NTA:0.0290
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24 Apr 13 12:04
new brunswick in canada that's interesting.related to nzx.mining interests in nz halted due to legal stuff with forest and bird

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