LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Shares in Thor Mining dipped 1.625 pence to 7.375 following news
that drilling on the Plenty Highway project has been postponed due to ground inspection and clearance delays from the Central Land Council. A contracted drilling rig is now being used by another company and will only be available in September.
Meanwhile, assay results from the company's Hale River Uranium project have returned results of more than 100 parts per million of uranium.
Again on the downside, Screen FX softened 0.065 to 0.235 as the digital advertising company said it will not be continuing talks with a major advertising company regarding its retail malls business. This is due to interest in its national advertising sales agreement tender and the recent progress of a new sales model.
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