Jaguar Mining (JAG) Shares Plunge as Shandong Gold May No Longer Be Interested
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Shares of Jaguar Mining (NYSE: JAG) tumbled more than 14 percent just after noon following a DealReporter headline which said Shandong Gold is no longer interested in buying the company. The stock is now down more than 21 percent from Tuesday's closing price.
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