Southern Silver Exploration (CVE:SSV) Shares Down 2.3%

The stock fell 2.3% in midday trading on Tuesday. The company traded from C$0.21 to C$0.21 at its lowest and most recent price. 98,202 stocks were traded during the session, which is a 47% decrease from the average volume of 186.634 shares. The stock closed previously at C$0.22.

Changes in Analyst Ratings

The company's simple moving average is C$0.21 for the first fifty days and C$0.20 for the second hundred. The company's market capitalization is C$61.23m, with a P/E ratio of -7.00. Its beta value is 1.53.

Southern Silver Exploration Company profile

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Southern Silver Exploration Corp. is an exploration-stage company that acquires, explores, and develops precious/base metal properties throughout North America. The company searches for copper, zinc, lead and gold ores. The company's flagship project is the Cerro Las Minitas Project, which comprises 25 mineral concessions that cover an area of approximately 34,515 hectares in Durango State, Mexico. offers a FREE daily email newsletter