Chris2 - the market is not open at the moment! No its not odd at all - given the way AIM has operated for the past 2 years. Take a look at the wider picture of what is going on in the world and the oil and gas environment in particular and also the effect QE has had on AIM. I would like to hear you to comment on what normally happens when a company is expecting a large injection of cash that would leave it valued way below net cash let alone net asset value or some deeper justification for your view that this would not move. I'm not expecting a massive re-rate personally - it may be modest but can you please provide a bit of insight or analysis here why you think it will stay where it is or go down.
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