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Mpac, the specialist high-speed packaging and automation solutions provider, supporting the roll-out of next-generation technologies, has today (12 January 2022) published a FY21F trading update (Y/E December). Overall, despite the operational challenges, Mpac’s high-quality, agile and resilient business model has come to the fore. The Group has reported year-on-year (yoy) growth in order intake, revenue and adj. PBT; its ‘One Mpac’ business model continues to progress strongly, in our view. As
Companies: Mpac Group PLC
Powerhouse’s development partner, HUI, has raised £3m which will help to secure development progress in Europe as well as fund cashflow to Powerhouse under the existing exclusivity agreement covering Poland, Greece and Hungary. We see the move as helping to de-risk progress outside the UK with HUI looking towards its first waste to hydrogen project at Konin in Poland as well as making early progress at a potential site in Bulgaria.
Companies: Powerhouse Energy Group PLC
The winning of German federal support for the development of series production and industrialisation of electrolysis systems puts ITM in a strong position in this key geography in our view. It also furthers ITM’s exposure in continental Europe as the EU increases support for hydrogen.
Companies: ITM Power PLC
Grant secured for SINEWAVE project in Germany
JOHN MENZIES+ (MNZS, BUY at 315p) – Note Publication: Evolutionary trends…
MARKS & SPENCER+ (MKS, HOUSE STOCK at 253p) Q3 TS – FY22 guidance firmed up, c5% underlying upgrade
NORTHBRIDGE INDUSTRIAL SERVICES+ (NBI, House Stock at 174p) - Further progress in Tasman disposal
BUNZL^ (BNZL, BUY at 2723p) – Note published: Solid strategic outlook
TESCO^ (TSCO, BUY at 292p) Q3 & Christmas TS – a beat to expectations and so further FY22 upgrades (c5%)
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Companies: Gattaca plc
We believe the narrative for the UK equity market remains very good. Some inflation appears embedded in markets and economic growth seems robust. We saw investors show caution into the end of 2021 and so have cash to deploy in our view. This has been corroborated by investor feedback we’ve had already this year. The UK equity market is materially cheaper than global equities on a relative basis so asset allocators have to be looking at UK equities while UK 2022 GDP growth is likely the best of t
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Power reliability testing group Northbridge has today updated the market on the disposal of its Tasman oil drilling tools division. The exit from Malaysia and Singapore is now finalised and the exclusive discussions on the sale of the larger Australian and New Zealand units are progressing. The Board aims to give a more detailed update on this disposal within the next few weeks. Reflecting this process, the Tasman MD is standing down. Northbridge performance for 2021 remains in line with managem
Companies: Northbridge Industrial Services plc
Further international potential for the deployment of Powerhouse’s waste to hydrogen technology is emerging in the form of a LoI between partner Hydrogen International and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Clearly this is a strong partner and we identified Japan is a strong area of opportunity in our view.
The group has developed a range of unique, IP-protected, plant-based, speciality polymers that offer major FMCG customers an opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint without compromising product performance, by replacing traditional, often polluting, chemical additives. The group’s focus is on the detergent, cleaning, personal care and industrial markets, which offer a scale opportunity over the medium term. We anticipate significant profit potential over the medium term and set a price targ
Companies: Itaconix plc
Trading through Q3 and into Q4 to date has proven to be strong and not blunted by any of the headwinds that management held caution against at the time of reporting its Interims (on 1 December). Taylor Maxwell, and within that its timber merchanting division, has outperformed expectations and consequently management is now guiding to FY22E EBITDA of at least £32m, 13% ahead of our previous estimate and a baseline for FY23E from which it can still feel confident of growing profits by 20% plus. Ma
Companies: Brickability Group PLC
Oil posted a fourth straight weekly gain, the longest winning streak since October, on signs that the market is tightening as global consumption withstands the impact of the omicron virus variant.
West Texas Intermediate futures in New York closed up 2.1% on Friday, posting a 6.2% weekly increase. Oil has made a strong start to the year, underscored by depleting US inventories and product demand at multiyear highs.
Crude has clawed back most of its losses late last year that were driven b
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Capital Limited has released its Q4 and FY2021 trading statement this morning. Overall, it shows 2021 was an outstanding year for the company with revenue growing an impressive 68% to $226.8m (above the latest guidance of US$220 -US$225 million) and most other operating metrics growing with it. The company enters 2022 with an ongoing tailwind from the commodity markets, the highest rig count in its history, Sukari at full speed and the MSALABS business at an inflection point for growth. In other
Companies: Capital Limited
While we were away
Mac Alpha Limited (MACA.L) joined the Main Market. (24/12/21)
Atome Energy PLC (ATOM.L) joined AIM. (30/12/21)
What’s cooking in the IPO kitchen?
Graft Polymer a business focused on the development of polymer modification and drug delivery systems is to join the Main Market (Standard). Graft Polymer has developed a proprietary set of polymer modification technologies, which can improve existing products and processing methodologies by enhancing per
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