Because that is what shares do cmc_686. Likewise they will go up by whatever% for no (apparent) reason.
This is in a trading range between 61p and 73p over the last 4-6 months, most of that time between 68p and 73p. If we look back a year and more to end Oct 13 - end Oct 14 the share price tracked between 47p and 53p, so the lack of movement with the share price of late is not unique. The increase in the share price since then equates to around 28%. I would be happy with that from any of my holdings over the course of a year. To want more would mean to invest(?) in higher risk shares with probably less chance of as good a return over the same time period.
I think it is highly likely that once the next set of results are released that we will see INL head further North, nothing guaranteed of course. This is a slow burner; hopefully one to sleep easily with.
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