As the Waterloo, Ont.-based technology company prepares to launch its new BlackBerry 10 phones on Jan. 30, a series of analyst upgrades and positive developments have bolstered the smartphone maker’s volatile shares.
With U.S. markets closed, RIM shares jumped more than 10 per cent on the Toronto Stock Exchange, ending Monday at $17.41.
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