In the greater scheme of things it doesn't matter a jot my concern is that for those with no L2 will only see one thing that the sp closed down. This is done for one reason only to get small punters to believe this was a spike and sell.
Can't see anything wrong at all with picture. Typical close for a Range shareholder, I would say. Mostly .58p - .61p all day, never below .565p. Price showing as .55p (3.51% down) all day. Yahoo .6p 5 mins ago. Google .6p. Official Range Site .58p. RIG .58p. Average of all trades today about .59p
Does it affect anything, that daft sell after hours? Or can we just chuckle about it every day? Or have a spat whether Range had a good red day or a bad blue one?
The problem is no matter when the Curia gets to Guatemala, she will have cargo to collect so unless that is there early will probably end up anchored offshore as the Lian Hua Hai did. Best we don't create an artificial deadline they can't meet for reasons outside their control.
Not a trade (buy or sell) gone through at less than .576p since noon. Still sp 0.6p on Google (4.72% up) and 0..55p here (3.51% down). You wonder sometimes if it same Range - perhaps .55p is the American one.
V little volume. Only about 5m shares including ISDX
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