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Invictus back to trade after second reverse speeding ticket 

INVICTUS Energy is back trading today after waiting until market close yesterday to respond to an ASX price query. 

Invictus back to trade after second reverse speeding ticket 

        The company received a reverse speeding ticket on Thursday when its share price fell 22% in morning trade, based on no news.    The company spud its maiden wildcat last month onshore...

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