Shares in AIM-listed market research group Optimisa continued to fall this morning in advance of its AGM to be held on Friday when shareholders will be asked to approve the cancellation of its share quotation. The shares lost a further 15% of their value in morning trading and now stand at 8.50p. That price compares with a peak of 229p in September 2007.
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