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Erris Resources PLC—a mineral exploration and development company currently focused on two geographic areas. Offer TBC, expected 21 December 2017
CIP Merchant Capital—Closed ended investment Company. Sector focus oil & gas, healthcare, pharma, and real estate. Raising
£55m. Due 21 Dec
Panthera Resources— The Company was established to act as a holding company for Indo Gold Limited, an unlisted Australian registered company. The Company aims to explore and develop gold assets in India and West
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ltus Strategies—African focused natural resource Company. Offer TBC. Expected Mid July.
Harvey Nash Group— Provider of professional recruitment and offshore solutions moving to AIM from Main. No capital to be raised. Mkt Cap c. £57.8m.
AnimalCare—RTO of Ecuphar NV, a European animal health company. £30m raise. Ecuphar FY16 rev £68.4m, underlying EBITDA £8.9m. Due 13 July.
Angling Direct -Schedule 1 from the specialist fishing tackle retailer in the UK . Raising £9m of which £7.4m new money. M
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Shares in Tesco jumped 10% on Friday as firm announced £3.7bn merger
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Booker sales were up 13% to £2.5bn, with operating profit and PBT up 9%
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LifeSafe Holdings, a fire safety technology business with innovative fire safety products, intends to join AIM. LifeSafe has developed what the Directors believe to be market disrupting, eco-friendly fire safety protection products to both protect (via fire extinguishers) and detect (via carbon monoxide, smoke and heat alarms) fires. At the cent
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Tesco’s Q1 trading performance was a mixed bag. The UK and ROI retail business was softer than expected but overall sales were stronger than our estimates. Wholesale business Booker and Central Europe led the pack. The company witnessed market share gains in almost all geographies. However, management has accepted that cost pressure is posing a challenge. The annual profit outlook has been maintained. We will trim the financial estimates slightly.
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Sainsbury’s preliminary FY21/22 results were in line with the street expectations. The lfl sales came in at -2.3% yoy, as the positive momentum in clothing was offset by weakness in grocery and general merchandise. Management’s profit guidance for FY22/23 is weaker than the consensus. We expect the retailer to continue with the cost savings plan and reinvest a portion to remain competitive, especially among the big four players. We will be trimming our FY22/23 estimates.
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Walmart had another rock solid quarter with a revenue growth of 7.6% in constant currency and a staggering 24.1% growth in operating income at constant currency. Moreover, Walmart Connect, their advertising business in the United States, more than doubled in size as compared to the prior-year quarter, with more than 170% growth in active advertisers. The management provided a series of interesting updates with respect to various innovative initiatives. Their latest investments aim to increase as
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