That is 0.10p, you can try and sell for any price you want. I'd be tempted to put a sell price in for a lot higher and see what happen's - no harm you never know what's happening in the background and who want's the shares
Now THAT is the question & why I'm sitting tight for now.... you need to work out what's acceptable to you as a minimum....then when the auction runs they see if they can match it to a buyer whose prepared to pay at least that minimum.
For me the the current price hardly makes it worth the hassle & cost whereas if I leave it 6 months to a year they may be worth nothing or a lot more....personally I'm prepared for the risk or reward of doing that - each to their own though so just make sure you're comfortable with it & all well be well in your world.
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