2 July 2010 – director dealing
CEO James Dickson has topped up his holding in the company, buying 100,000 shares at 113p. This takes his holding to 13.6% and underlines both his commitment to the business and the fact that the shares look cheap. It remains reasonably easy to pick up stock, indicating that the price may drift lower in the near term. However, Brulines is a company to be in for the medium to long term and fundamentally continues to look ATTRACTIVE.