- The company has raised £300,000 through the placement of 249,999, 998 ordinary shares of 0.001 pence each at 12 pence per ordinary share
- The company’s Inspirit Charger has been successful in creating a smaller prototype of the Stirling engine casting.
- The company has also issued 25,833,333 shares at the above price and retired a debt of £31,000.
- On 18th November 2019, INSP shares were trading at GBX 0.12 at GMT 9:56 AM, down 0.09 points or 41.86% from the previous day’s closing price level.
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