International Tower Hill Mines (THM) falls 3.57% on Moderate Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

International Tower Hill Mines Ltd (NYSE: THM), a Vancouver, British Columbia, company, fell to close at $0.84 Friday after losing $0.03 (3.57%) on volume of 65,891 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $0.84 to a low of $0.79 while International Tower Hill Mines’s market cap now stands at $157,875,629.

About International Tower Hill Mines Ltd

International Tower Hill Mines Ltd. controls 100% of the Livengood Gold Project located along the paved Elliott Highway, 70 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska.

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