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|23Mar17 07:00||RNS||Director Declaration|
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Small Cap Breakfast
29 Nov 16
Asia Pacific Investment Partner - the research-driven emerging and frontier markets real estate development business intends to float on AIM and conduct a placing in December RM Secured Direct Lending - The secured direct lending fund intends to float on the Main Market on 15 December raising up to £100m Diversified Oil & Gas— Schedule One now out. $60m to be raised. Expected admission 6 December. Creo Medical Group —UK based medical device company focused on surgical endoscopy, a recent development in minimally invasive surgery. Admission due 7 December. Fundraising details TBA.
15 Sep 16
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Argos and broader non-food offer to defend market share
28 Sep 16
Q2 total sales fell by 0.4% and by 1.1% on a lfl basis. The retail business (excluding Argos) generated almost flat sales compared to Q2 15 but was still experiencing a negative trend on a lfl basis. The good news came from Argos’s recovering business, where revenues impressed with 2.8% growth in H1 following a promising Q2. Sainsbury strengthened its network by opening nine new convenience stores and one supermarket. Sales of groceries online showed an 8% increase (in line with last quarter’s) despite the decrease in both customer orders and basket size. The stock lost 3.27% this morning.
Reaching new terms with Ocado
10 Aug 16
Morrisons agrees new terms with Ocado that will enable it to reach customers nationwide. Under the new terms, Morrisons will be released from a profit-sharing agreement (between ¼ and ½) of earnings. Also, it would not share fees for research and development (£4m). The deal states that Morrisons rents 30% of Ocado’s new warehouse. According to management, the new terms would lift the company’s profit by £50-100m per year in the mid-term. Ocado will still be prohibited from serving Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and the German discounters. Wm Morrison’s share climbed by 1.86% yesterday, boosting its performance over the last week to 6.92%.
Worries about new tax dampened
21 Sep 16
Yesterday, the European Commission announced through a press release that it has opened an in-depth investigation into Poland’s tax on the retail sector. The European Commission has also issued an injunction, requiring Poland to suspend the application of the tax until the Commission has concluded its assessment. It is worth noting that Poland adopted, in July 2016, a new tax to be applied to retail companies operating in Poland. The tax entered into force on 1 September 2016, and no payments are due yet.
On the right track
05 Oct 16
THe Q2 figures witnessed a third consecutive lfl positive growth leading to a H1 16 sales improvement of 1.0% on a lfl basis. H1 sales stood at £24.4bn (£27,338m including fuel) following a promising Q2 (0.9% in the UK and 2.1% for international markets). Tesco’s sales have benefited from the increase in both volume and transactions in all markets. All formats – including the largest and the Extra formats – saw an improving trend in lfl sales performance throughout the half. H1 operating profit came in at £596m, i.e. a 2.2% operating margin and management expects £1.2bn for the whole year. This positive trend in the margin will continue according to management and reach 3.5-4.0% by 2019/20. Net debt decreased to £4,352m but total indebtedness surged by £3,400m with a ballooning pension deficit due to low UK bond yields, in the aftermath of Brexit.