Vista Gold (VGZ) falls 0.39% on Moderate Volume January 14

Equities Staff  |

Vista Gold Corp. (NYSE: VGZ) shares fell 0.39%, or $0.0029 per share, to close Friday at $0.74. After opening the day at $0.74, shares of Vista Gold fluctuated between $0.75 and $0.72. 167,272 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 221,076. Friday's activity brought Vista Gold’s market cap to $86,380,183.

Vista Gold is headquartered in Littleton, Colorado..

About Vista Gold Corp.

The Company is a gold project developer. The Company's flagship asset is the Mt Todd gold project in the Tier-1 mining jurisdiction of Northern Territory, Australia. Mt Todd is the largest undeveloped gold project in Australia and if developed as presently designed, would potentially be Australia's 6th largest gold producer on an annual basis.

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