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TSX Top Traders: (TBE), (NAU), (BKX), (RIM)

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Visit: Twin Butte Energy Ltd.

New York, New York - February 1, 2013 ( newswire) staff:, an investor research portal specializing in sector research for independent investors reports on the top traders on the TSX for February 1st, 2013.

Twin Butte Energy Ltd., (TSX:TBE) trading at $2.240 dropped by $-0.420 or -15.79% on a volume of 11,594,604 shares.

Twin Butte Energy Ltd. provided an update on its various corporate activities earlier today.

Twin Butte anticipates releasing Q4 and year end 2012 financial and operating results on March 21, 2013 . The Company further anticipates that the year end 2012 independent reserve analysis will be complete within the next three weeks and intends to issue a press release with a summary of such results at that time. Unaudited Q4 and full year 2012 corporate performance met or exceeded internal expectations and street consensus.

Northland Resources S.A. (TSX:NAU) trading at $0.180 lowered by $-0.010 or -5.26% on a volume of 7,148,603 shares. Newswire

BNK Petroleum Inc., (TSX:BKX) trading at $0.500 gained $0.010 or 2.04% on a volume of 6,061,681 shares.

Research In Motion Limited (TSX:RIM) trading at $12.990 rose by $0.070 or 0.54% on a volume of 4,635,684 shares.

BlackBerry (RIMM)’s latest phone faces a lengthy testing process by carriers in the U.S., its biggest single market, further delaying the arrival of a product that was already more than a year late.

Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc. (T), the two largest U.S. wireless-service providers, have multistep tests that can take months to complete. The devices are checked for signal strength, battery life, call quality, heat tolerance and data performance, according to the carriers. BlackBerry has said that all the carriers got the new phone at the same time, putting its wireless partners on equal footing when the testing began.

The slow process means the new Z10, unveiled at a New York event this week, will go on sale in the U.S. in March -- more than a month after its debut in the U.K. yesterday. The lag has frustrated efforts to roll out the phone globally, contributing to a 17 percent decline in BlackBerry’s shares. It also means the company is getting less value from its first-ever Super Bowl ad this weekend, when no one in the U.S. can buy the phone.

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