NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Tasman Metals (TAS) spiked to a one-year high of $1.73 on Wednesday on higher-than-average volume.
The company amassed a volume of 1,612,686, more than 11 times its average of 146,007. The stock has a one-year low of 50 cents and hit a low of $1.47 for the day.
Tasman Metals closed up 16.9% to $1.66, 24 cents greater than its previous close of $1.42.
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