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On June 8, Dominion Diamond Corp. reported its Q1 results that included a net loss of $0.01 (U.S.) per share versus $0.14 profit a year earlier. The market reacted poorly to the news with the share price shedding more than 10 per cent in a matter of days. Then on June 23, a fire broke out at the process plant for Dominion Diamond's Ekati mine. With the stock down, insiders have been buying. Since July 8, two directors have spent a total of $230,470 picking up shares in the public market.
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