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Molten Metals Corp. Begins Trading on the Frankfurt Exchange Under the Symbol Y44

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Molten Metals Corp. announced the listing of its common shares on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (“FSE”) under the trading symbol “Y44”. The Company’s shares are now cross listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange and the FSE.

“We are extremely pleased that our company was accepted onto the Frankfurt Exchange. Many of our investors are outside of Canada, including myself, and find it much easier to trade shares listed in Europe as opposed to Canada. We therefore look forward to growing our shareholder base in Europe while continuing to nurture our Canadian and North American investors,” commented Lara Smith, President and CEO of Molten Metals Corp.

About Molten Metals Corp

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Molten Metals Corp. is a mining company exploring for and developing antimony projects. Antimony is a critical element with many industrial applications.

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