Sulliden Gold Corporation Ltd. (SUE.TO) started today's session higher at $1.64 but is now lower at $1.58, which is nearing the lower end of a $1.57 to $1.64 range, after reporting earlier the initial assay results from the North Corridor exploration program that began in late August, as well as continued positive results from the Central Corridor on its Shahuindo property in northern Peru.
Stephane Amireault, Vice President of Exploration for Sulliden reportedly commented, "The North Corridor represents a large exploration target on the Shahuindo property and we are pleased with the initial results in which every drill hole has intersected gold and silver mineralization. We believe the results to date represent a successful start to the exploration of this new target."
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