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An employee works with a reel of copper cable at a factory in China. (ALY SONG/ALY SONG/REUTERS)
An employee works with a reel of copper cable at a factory in China. (ALY SONG/ALY SONG/REUTERS)

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Mercator chair scoops up shares Add to ...

After hitting a multi-year peak of $4.90 last January, Mercator Minerals Ltd. got caught in the 2011 market downdraft. The company hopes to regain momentum through larger copper and molybdenum production at its Arizona Mineral Park mine. Mercator's share price has been edging higher recently and on Dec. 29, board chair Robert Quinn bought 15,000 shares in the public market at $1.43. Earlier in November, Mercator's largest shareholder Russian-born billionaire Vladimir Iorich boosted his holdings by 1,143,014 shares as part of a $20-million company financing.

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