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Q1 21 was characterised by opposing trends at ITV Studios and advertising. Revenue recovered at ITV Studios (+9%), while advertising decreased (-6%) due to a high comparative last year and continuing COVID-19 restrictions in the UK. Total advertising revenue turned favourably in March 2021 (+8%) and the positive trend was confirmed in April 2021 and until the end of H1 21 (+26% estimated vs -20% in H1 20).
Companies: ITV PLC
Reach continues to successfully execute on its enhanced Customer Value Strategy, driving strong top-line momentum in Digital. Digital sales (c.20%/revs) rose +25% y/y in Q1 supported by further growth in registered users (6.2m; Dec: 5.0m), whilst high demand for the Group’s ‘plus’ product portfolio is attracting strong advertiser interest, creating an attractive opportunity pipeline via enhanced monetisation of the Group’s growing first-party consumer interest data pool. In Print revenue decline
Companies: Reach plc
Tern plc* (TERN.L, 14.9p/£49m) Portfolio update: Good commercial progress on multiple fronts (04.05.21) | CAP-XX Ltd* (CPX.L, 8.7p/£38.5m) Contract win: Windscreen damage detection application (04.05.21) | Mirada plc* (MIRA.L, 82.5p/£7.3m) FY pre-close: In line and growth in H2 (05.05.21)
Companies: TERN CPX MIRA
The UK market showed a continued recovery in the first quarter albeit the indices are still well short of their all-time peaks, unlike many of their international peers. The FTSE 100 has risen by 1,186 points (21.4%) since the end of October and the FTSE 250 by 4,304 points (25.0%). The comparable performance since the start of the year is less spectacular- the FTSE 100 has risen by 253 points (3.9%) and the FTSE 250 has risen by 1,070 points (5.0%). The factors behind the sustained rally are fa
Companies: AMYT ARBB BPC BAG BVC BEG BONH BLVN BRSD CML CWK CRPR EYE ECHO FDM FAR FA/ GPH GSF HUW INSE JDG KAPE KP2 MACF MPAC MNZS NESF NBI OTMP OBD PREM QFI RUA SCS SEN SOS SUR TON TOU TXP TGL TCN UEM VLS WYN
The Budget offered a clear picture of the state of the economy. Put simply, the economy will be 3% smaller in three years’ time than it would have been without the impact of the pandemic. However, it is forecast to return to pre-pandemic levels by mid-2022, six months earlier than previously thought. The OBR forecasts that the UK economy will grow by 4.1% in 2021, (lower than the 5.5% outlined in November 2020). It has set its GDP forecasts in 2022, 2023 and 2024 at 7.3%, 1.7% and 1.6%. Positive
Companies: AMYT ARBB BPC BVC BEG BRSD BWNG CBOX CTG CLG CML CWK EYE ECHO EML ESC FBD FA/ GSF HTWS INSE JDG MACF MTW NESF NAVF NSF NBI OTMP PCF PPC QFI SAVE SEN SNX TGL UTL VLS WYN
In its seasonally weakest quarter, Tremor has announced that it is expecting Q1 21 organic net revenue growth of +71-87% to net revenue of $55-60m ($63-68m as reported), and adjusted EBITDA of $25-28m (Q1 20 $0.5m). The Programmatic division is driving this remarkably strong performance with expected Q1 21 organic net revenue growth of +84-95%, as the strong H2 20 momentum has continued into Q1, and Tremor’s platform is capitalising on the structural growth in digital video and Connected TV adve
Companies: Tremor International Ltd.
MAST Energy Developments (MED) is to IPO on the Standard List on 14th April 2021 under the ticker MAST. The company has raised £5m giving a market capitalisation on listing of c. £23m. MED is currently a 100% subsidiary company of AIM quoted, Kibo Energy*. MED was established to acquire and develop a portfolio of flexible power plants in the UK and become a multi-asset operator in the rapidly growing Reserve Power market. PensionBee has confirmed its intention to float on the High Growth Se
Companies: SYM CGNR EKF KBT GGP VLS TMO ECK B90 MDZ
FY2018 results reflect a satisfactory performance, given continued softness in the book trade. Revenues fell by 2% to $149.3m but adjusted operating profit increased 43% to $10.3m. Children’s publishing increased by 2%, representing over one-third of group revenues. The group has extended its banking facilities to August 2020. Net debt fell by 6% to $60.4m. In 2018 the group implemented a cost-out programme to right-size the group. We shall look to reintroduce estimates in due course. We have th
Companies: Quarto Group, Inc.
Q3 21 showed zero surprises. Revenues were in line with expectations with growth reported in Fixed Broadband, and the rest is decreasing yoy. Eutelsat acquired part of the OneWeb project in April.
Companies: Eutelsat Communications (ETL:EPA)Eutelsat Communications SA (ETL:PAR)