GHLV floors it, ARSC steady, PNRC less energetic

Posted on: March 23rd, 2011
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Global Health Ventures (OTCBB: GHLV) raced 8.8% higher in early Wednesday trading to 6.3 cents. Volume was 1.1 million shares, making up ground against a daily average of 1.3 million. The Vancouver-based GHLV is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on sublingual (under the tongue) drug delivery.

American Security Resources (Pink Sheets: ARSC) dealt in 25.2 million shares Wednesday, in contrast with a daily average of 78.3 million. Share prices, however, were cut in half to one-100th of a cent.

Premier Energy Corp. (Pink Sheets: PNRC) tumbled 65% in price to 35-100ths of a cent Wednesday, on volume of 432,235 shares, or better than quadruple its daily average.

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