Recycling firm's shares falling

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W OXON: Shares in May Gurney, which provides food waste recycling services for West Oxfordshire District Council , have continued to tumble after the company issued a profit warning.

Last week, the business removed chief executive Philip Fellowes-Prynne after warning it would perform below expectations this year.

Shares have fallen by almost 55 per cent over the last week.

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1:44pm Thu 13 Sep 12

Myron Blatz says...

Yeah, always the downside to stuff in the shareholder-driven private sector - just like electric and gas prices after Thatcher and her Tory muppets sold-off Britain's nationalised and government-run 'family silver' where income had been ploughed back into capital investment and lower prices .... and replaced national need with private greed and the roulette wheel of the stock exchange.
Yeah, always the downside to stuff in the shareholder-driven private sector - just like electric and gas prices after Thatcher and her Tory muppets sold-off Britain's nationalised and government-run 'family silver' where income had been ploughed back into capital investment and lower prices .... and replaced national need with private greed and the roulette wheel of the stock exchange. Myron Blatz
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