Solitario Zinc (XPL) falls 2.00% for January 14

Equities Staff  |

Solitario Zinc Corp (NYSE: XPL) shares fell 2.00%, or $0.01 per share, to close Friday at $0.50. After opening the day at $0.49, shares of Solitario Zinc fluctuated between $0.50 and $0.45. 97,119 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 128,500. Friday's activity brought Solitario Zinc’s market cap to $28,878,836.

About Solitario Zinc Corp

Solitario is a well-funded emerging zinc exploration and development company traded on the NYSE American and on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Solitario holds 50% joint venture interest (Teck Resources 50%) in the high-grade, open-pittable Lik zinc deposit in Alaska and a 39% joint venture interest (Nexa Resources holds the remaining 61% interest) on the high-grade Florida Canyon zinc project in Peru. Management and Directors hold approximately 9.6% (excluding options) of the Company's 58.2 million shares outstanding. Solitario's cash balance and marketable securities stand at approximately US$7.9 million.

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