Tricor, an investor services business, released a statement saying it "notes the recent increase in the company's share price and trading volumes", but is "not aware of any reason for this".
The firm added that the final outcome of its VAT tribunal, which began on January 9th 2012, is not expected for several weeks whilst it follows its course.
The firm's share price, which has lost 77.42% over the past year, was down 17.65%, or 0.007p to 0.035p today.
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