Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Happy Birthday to the Mrs & Guardian reading sister N - where does the bailout madness stop?
MediaZest – argues “cost cutting measures to help secure the long term future of the group”. Will they?...
Letter to Marcus Stuttard at AIM Regulation – Ref Conroy Gold & Natural Resources blatant rule breaches
Hello, Share Baggers. One of my first jobs as a cub reporter in the early ‘sixties was to interview the wartime flying ace Douglas Bader. He was opening an American export - Doncaster’s first ten-pin bowling alley - for Top Rank. So a new craze began with everyone wanting to try this hi-tech version of skittles. But after a few years, the novelty seemed to wear off...
Having warned in September interims that “the group remains at risk unless secure additional finance is achieved”, organic wastes technology group TEG (TEG) has now requested the suspension of trading of its shares “pending clarity on its financial position”.
Back to the ‘T’s and mother nature for this month’s Stockping however far removed from wireless technology and infection control, the company this month operate on the old adage ‘where there’s muck, there’s money’ and possibly in increasing amounts in years to come. TEG Group PLC (TEG) with its wholly owned subsidiaries, TEG Environmental , TEG Energy and Simpro along with 50% stakes in TEG Biogas (Perth) and TEG Biogas (London) provides state of the art technology for handling organic wastes with abbreviations such as: ‘IVC’ – in vessel composting, ‘ABP’ – animal by product and ‘AD’ anaerobic digestion, gardeners will know, the latter is rather smelly, but this shouldn’t put you off the share!!!
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