We wrote yesterday about the massacre at the Lonmin platinum mine in South Africa.
Essentially, strikers have been off the job since August 10, when they started demanding more pay, and then this week police used deadly force against them to end the strike.
Paul Murphy at FT Alphaville notes that the stock is off about 20% since the strike began, and down another 3% today. He also suggests that investors might still not be pricing in the gravity of this kind of massacre. The mine isn't going to pen again for awhile, and the ramifications for the broader industry could be significant.