Northern Dynasty prices US$13.5 million offering

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Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. [NDM-TSX; NAK-NYSE] on Friday December 13 said it has priced a previously announced marketed public offering of common shares that will be used to advance its Alaskan Pebble copper-gold project. The move comes after the company retained an underwriting syndicate for the sale of 36.5 million common shares at 37 cents each, generating proceeds of US$13.5 million.

The underwriting syndicate, led by Cantor Fitzgerald Canada Corp. has been granted a green shoe option to purchase an additional 5.47 million common shares at the issue price for up to 30 after closing , potentially adding another US$2.02 million to the proceeds.

In addition, Northern Dynasty said it is proceeding with a previously announced non-brokered private placement of 13.5 million common shares at the issuer price for gross proceeds of US$5 million.

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