SHARES in Scottish video security systems specialist IndigoVision tumbled 15.5% yesterday on a trading update but chairman Hamish Grossart declared the company was telling the market it was "steady as she goes".
SHARES in Scottish video security systems specialist IndigoVision tumbled 15.5% yesterday on a trading update but chairman Hamish Grossart declared the company was telling the market it was \"steady as she goes\".
VIDEO BLOW: IndigoVision chairman Hamish Grossart tried to reassure by saying revenue and order intake had risen. Picture: Stewart Attwood
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IAN McCONNELL BUSINESS EDITOR
Asked if he was surprised by the fall in the shares, which dropped by 62p to 338p and cut the firm's stock market worth by £4.7 million to £25.5m, Mr Grossart replied: "I have long since stopped being surprised when share prices go up and down. It is markets that do that – not me. My job is to make the company profits go up."
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