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The market is decisively siding with the doom-mongers when it comes to database services operator Maid Plc: the company, which had looked to get its shares away at 150 pence a time had to settle for 110 pence, they finished their first day’s trading at 102 pence, and the purchase by chairman Dan Wagner of 100,000 shares at 103 pence has failed to move potential investors, and shares are now changing hands at a lowly 75 pence a time or so.

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