Amstrad shares took a 32.5p tumble to close at 173.5p on Wednesday last week, following the admission by chairman Alan Sugar that subsidiary Dancall will not be profitable this year. Dancall makes digital telephone handsets, and despite strong sales growth has suffered due to oversupply and industry price cutting.
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