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Canadian Finance Bulletin (CFB) Reports CDN $109m in Proposed and $459m Closed Financings for the Week of May 25-28

May 31, 2010

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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - May 31, 2010) - In this week's report, the CFB published term sheets for 29 new proposed placements from the mining, oil/gas (termed metals and energy in the report) and technology sectors. Of those, 23 were for mining stocks, three for oil/gas and three for technology stocks, with the total value of new proposals reached almost $109m. Seven of these placements were designated 'flow through' issuances and there was one new debenture offering. The largest new public proposal was by Crocodile Gold Corp (CRK.V), which launched a share offering consisting of 15.4m shares priced at $1.30 led by Macquarie Capital.

The CFB published term sheets for 55 placements that were closed during the week. Of these, 33 were for mining stocks, 13 for oil/gas, and nine for technology stocks, with the total value of these closings being almost $499m. Seven of these placements were designated 'flow through' issuances and two debentures closed. The largest public closing was by Petromanas Energy Inc (PMI.V) which issued 187.5m units priced at $0.40 with an half warrant attached for gross proceeds of $75m in a placement led by Raymond James.

The CFB also tracked four amendments to placements and two overallotments, published at the end of the weekly report. To date, there have been 295 weekly reports created by CFB; backdated reports can be obtained by subscribers.

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