iPredict, you big teaseby Toby Manhire
Last night it looked like John Key's claim about knowledge of Kim Dotcom might come crashing down. And then ...
But the sight last night of a vertiginous climb in the price of one "contract", predicting evidence emerging contradicting John Key's claim not to have heard of Kim Dotcom until the eve of the big mansion raid, understandably widened a few eyes last night.
But if some of us went to bed wondering if we'd wake to a fresh revelation, not so. And the stock has since subsided.
Here's how it looked last night at 10pm:
And at noon today:
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