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• Sales down by 2.1% and up by 0.4% lfl.
• Recurring EBITDA down by 7.6% but, adjusting for the CO2 rights proceeds in 2015, it was up 2%.
• Recurring EBITDA margin decreased from 15.0% to 14.1%.
• EBIT €-209.6m in H1 16 vs €113m, reflecting the impact of non-recurring items for the group’s reorganisation and the impairment of operations in Belgium for a total of c.€320m.
• Loss of €-345.7m vs profit of €3.8m in H1 15.
• Cement volumes up by 2.9% and -0.1% lfl, Aggregates v
h2. Key information :
• Revenue up by 3.5% to €4.3bn.
• Recurring EBITDA down by 3% to €636m and down by 9% when excluding CO2 sales.
• EBITDA down by 10.3% to €584m.
• EBIT down by 37% at €148m.
• Net debt roughly stable at €2,170m vs €2,157m in 2014.
• Proposal of no dividend for 2015 (vs €0.09 for 2014).
• Revenue up 3% to €3,217m for the 9m period, but down 3.9% on a lfl basis.
• Recurring EBITDA up by 1.7% to €482.9m for the 9m period.
• EBIT roughly stable at €165.6m for the 9m period.
• Loss of €8.1m for the 9m period compared to €63.8m for the first 9 months 2014.
• Cement volumes down by 1.4%.
• Revenues increased by 5.8% compared to H1 14 but decreased by 2.1% lfl.
• Recurring EBITDA increased by 5.3%.
• EBIT increased by 9.6%.
• H1 profit at €3.8m vs loss of €79.6m.
• Net debt stands at c.€2.2bn.
• Management expects a moderate increase in operating results for the full year.
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Volex has issued its year end trading update confirming revenues in excess of $605m and an operating profit in excess of $55m that are ahead of consensus FY22E expectations of $581m and $54.2m respectively. The Group continues to trade strongly whilst effectively managing global supply chain challenges and benefits from its proven ability to pass through inflationary cost increases, albeit with a time lag. Demand increased during the year, in particular in the EV sector where sales almost double
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Seeing Machines has announced that it has been appointed by an existing customer and global Automotive Tier-1 supplier to deliver its FOVIO Driver Monitoring System (DMS) for a leading Japanese carmaker. This contract win, with an initial lifetime value of A$21m, is due to start production in 2025 and marks Seeing Machines' first production Automotive award in Japan bringing the total number of OEMs with which Seeing Machines has won business, to nine. Delivery is via the Company's deeply embedd
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Weekly round-up of AIM-listed healthcare news.
Venture Life Group, GENinCode, Kromek, Alliance Pharma, Polarean Imaging, Benchmark Holdings, Ondine Biomedical, Verici Dx, Faron Pharmaceuticals, Avacta Group, Abingdon Health, Open Orphan, Belluscura, Hutchmed (China), Oxford Biodynamics
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The award of £9.3m government funding towards the development of ITM’s 5MW Gigastack PEM electrolysers moves the company’s offer forward at a time when the market is being pushed forward by policy developments in the UK and in Europe.
Companies: ITM Power PLC
XPD has re-hired Richard Myson as Group CFO to build back the Board and improve financial management, following various recent senior resignations. This is welcome news. Richard previously worked at XPD for 16 years, held numerous senior finance and non-finance positions, and helped steer the Group through the successful IPO in mid-2017. He left XPD in late 2018 but has remained in close contact with the Group. Richard owns c.1.4% of the shares. Further, hiring of a new non-executive chair and C
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National Grid confirmed its safe-haven status by unveiling a strong set of FY21/22 figures, c. 3.3% above the consensus. The group is moving forward serenely, benefiting from its natural inflation indexation both at operational and dividend levels.
The mid-term FY25/26 plan is backed even if the FY22/23 outlook expected at ‘broadly flat’ is admittedly a miss. But who cares? NG is the perfect benchmark for a flight-to-quality for investors awaiting better times.
Companies: National Grid plc
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Psych Capital PLC, intends to list on the AQSE Growth Market. Psych operates the Psych Platform (a business-to-business networking platform), that is developing the Blossom Database pursuant to a third party licensing arrangement. The Company also has an investment of 426,000 common shares in Awakn, a Canadian NEO Exchange listed psychedelics research and clinical group, with operations in th
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EnSilica, intends to join AIM. EnSilica is a designer and supplier of mixed signal Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs). ASICs are integrated circuits or semiconductor chips developed for a particular use or product rather than for general purpose usage. ASICs help differentiate products through optimised hardware thereby making products smaller, faster, lower power and more
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2021 was a pivotal year for Getech, as the Company expanded its business model to accelerate the energy transition by using its world-class geoscience data, unique geospatial software and leading expertise to locate, develop and operate geoenergy and green hydrogen projects. This positions Getech ideally to support an anticipated global expansion in capital spending across the energy sector. Despite the uncertainties that existed throughout the year, FY21 revenue at £4.3m rose 20% YoY (in line w
Companies: GETECH Group plc
Last week's trading update revealed a number of challenges facing the group at present, led mainly by the fallout from the energy market crisis. We have updated our forecasts to reflect the new guidance and at the headline level this results in a 75% downgrade to FY22E EBITDA and a 52% cut to FY23E EBITDA. Whilst there remains ongoing volatility in the UK energy market, we believe we have been sufficiently prudent in setting our FY23 expectations. With a new management team now on board and mark
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Oil climbed as a global squeeze on refined products continued to pull fuel prices higher with Russian diesel exports falling sharply.
West Texas Intermediate rose 4.1% on Friday and eked out a weekly gain of 0.7% after a series of tumultuous trading sessions where lowered liquidity exacerbated price moves. Diesel exports from Russia dropped in April from their pre-war level as oil buyers seek to punish one of the world's biggest suppliers. Investors have also been keeping a close eye on Chi