It’s not easy being green for NTR shareholders

Some nervous NTR investors are jumping ship, pushing the share price to new lows, writes Samantha McCaughren

12th February, 2011

Renewable energy company NTR has had a bad start to 2011 - its share price has fallen steadily since the beginning of January.

The company, which is traded on the grey market, is now trading at 63 cent, compared with €1.35 just after full-year results in November.

This fall of more than 50 per cent in less than three months reflects some investor disillusionment with the NTR story, although many observers believe the share price significantly undervalues...

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