Curiouser and curiouser, said Alice. Investigators are trying to determine whether a drip of delicate information from within the Federal government prompted a razor-sharp drop in value of the stocks of a British Columbia mining company, the CBC is reporting. Well, for my dog centavos it’s about time the Canadian regulators do something concerning this company. For a start this post on November 3rd pointed out the current leaky sailboat problem with this permit denial.
Ottawa’s decision — based on “concerns about the significant adverse environmental effects” — overrules British Columbia’s provincial government, which got granted permission for the Prosperity project to go ahead. 4.89 in after-market trade in America. And here’s the “extremely disappointed” TGB’s NR this morning. Seems the marketplace was looking to tell you something after all, no? Back in January we ran this post that showed how Taseko management honored themselves large options deal the day before the original thumbs-up decision on the permit (the same one which was eventually overturned on November).
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Taseko President & CEO Russell Hallbauer. IKN back. Seriously folks, what’s happening here? Who were the individuals behind that October 14th flashcrash offering that happened just two weeks before the Prosperity project noticed its permit denial? How do TKO management happen to time their options honors so very well, getting them handed over your day before getting the original authorization permit for the Prosperity gig?
Time for a web link to a new development (and because of JM for the heads up). BCSC Reviewing Trading in Taseko Mines Ltd. VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Nov. 25, 2010) – The British Columbia Securities Commission is critiquing a referral made to it by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) about the trading in the shares of Taseko Mines Limited. The BCSC does not comment on issues under review. The B.C. Securities Commission is the independent provincial government agency responsible for regulating trading in securities within the province.
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