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he stock has enjoyed a sharp bounce back since the COVID-19 lows in March 2020, reflecting successive upgrades backed up by the strength of its cash generation. Whilst 13x 21E PE remains at the upper end of its recent valuation range, the positive outlook for US non-residential construction, structural growth trends behind new products and the potential for a significant cash return over the next three years (we estimate the group can return c.20% of its market cap) means we remain positive. We
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Volex has issued a positive AGM trading update highlighting that it expects to deliver underlying operating profits for FY22E slightly ahead of current market expectations. It notes that the levels of customer demand it experienced in H2 FY21 has continued in Q1 FY22E. Cash generation remains robust and management continue to advance acquisition opportunities, which we expect to deliver future accretion. We have upgraded our adjusted operating profit estimates by c.5% and see Volex as well place
Companies: Volex plc
Ince has reported resilient results for FY21 considering the COVID pandemic with revenue growth YoY driven by International offices. With the cost base and financial position now stabilised, good earnings growth from FY22 onwards should be achievable. We reinstate forecasts to reflect a robust platform for progress at the Group and set our new target price at 100p which we think appropriately reflects the Group's near-term trough earnings and medium term earnings power based on current assumptio
Companies: Ince Group plc
Seeing Machines, the advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transport safety, has released a trading update for the year ended 30 June 2021 announcing revenues of A$47.3m which is 2% better than our forecast.
Over 100,000 new vehicles have hit the roads with Seeing Machines' Driver Monitoring System (DMS) technology embedded which is above the 90,000 assumed in our model. This is just the start of production and these royalty
Companies: Seeing Machines Limited
Powerhouse’s AGM statement has set revised timing for the completion of its first project at the Protos site with a 2023 completion now expected. With the company adding key resources the new timetable is being de-risked in our view and the loan from the company to the project has already reduced supply chain risk on key equipment lead times. While we will review our forecasts for the new timing, we think the company is making real progress towards establishing its technology and we see the addi
Companies: Powerhouse Energy Group PLC
Following last week’s AGM comments on project timing we have amended our forecasts, shifting early numbers to the right in the timeline. While this impacts FY 21 and FY 22 forecasts the hit further out is minimal. As a result, the impact on valuation is not onerous with our base case valuation dropping 9% to 4.9p from 5.4p. Factoring in early European opportunities would give us a valuation of 7.0p and adding APAC opportunities and fuller European potential would get us to 11.7p.
Directa announced a significant contract win yesterday, its second major contract with OMV Petrom for waste treatment services using Grafysorber. The four year contract has a total value of €3.2m (c.€0.8m per annum from August 2021). This provides underpinning for current forecasts and builds on recent contract momentum. Meanwhile, there has been further success at the Olympics for cyclists wearing jerseys printed with Directa’s graphene (the Planar Thermal Circuit). The medal haul so far is fiv
Companies: Directa Plus Plc
headroom to FY21 estimates
Revenue in the first half was down 7.2% on the same period in 2019 at £55.3m (H119: £59.6m). A good performance as many industrial markets, particularly OEM, have lagged the recovery in consumer and MRO markets. Headwinds of cost inflation and supply chain issues continue to build and are a concern for H2 but FY21 ZC estimates assume a flat performance yoy. This equates to an 8% reduction on the revenue achieved in H2 2019. In terms of profitability, the recovery this
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ADX Energy (ADX AU) C: Target of A$0.040 per share: High impact newsflow in 2H21 - 2H21 will be very important for the company with significant upcoming newsflow. In our view, the most meaningful eventis the drilling of the Anshoff well in Austria. We were previously anticipating that the company would need a farm-in partner to fund the well. However, in the context of the current high oil price, >A$4 mm in cash at the end of June and
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Epwin seems to exist under the radar screen. The stock trades at some of the lowest valuation multiples in the sector (FY22F PER = 11.2x, DY = 4.4%) and, for the second time in 3 months, we have significantly upgraded our earnings forecasts due to continued strength in RMI (Repair/ Maintenance/ Improvement) demand and robust margin development. House Stock.
Companies: Epwin Group PLC
Mpac has announced that Mpac Lambert has signed a contract with FREYR Battery to supply casting and unit cell assembly equipment for the battery cell production line at FREYR’s Customer Qualification Plant in Mo i Rana, Norway.
Companies: Mpac Group PLC
Altus Strategies* (ALS LN) – BUY, Target 118p – New addition to the team to manage Egyptian portfolio of assets
BHP (BHP LN) – Main workers union at Escondida rejects company offer
Newcrest Mining Ltd (NCM AU) – Additional targets close to Havieron
Piedmont Lithium (PLL AU) – Delays predicted supply timeline for Tesla deal
PureGold Mining (PUR LN) – PureGold reaches commercial production
URU Metals* (URU LN) – Zebediela project sale completed
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FY21A results are in-line with earlier guidance and imply a stronger second half from a COVID-19 challenged year. Fulcrum is reverting back to a classic contractor model, now focused on margin and cash generation within its core markets, which are benefitting from long-term growth drivers related to the UK's transition to net-zero. A recent strong pick-up in larger contract wins, on top of an order book of £56m in near-term jobs, sets the company up for a financial rebound from FY21A. We see thi
Companies: Fulcrum Utility Services Ltd
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