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Cambridge Cognition has announced strong interims which are consistent with our recently upgraded forecasts. Revenue increased 50% YoY, which outstripped growth in admin expenses leading the group to swing to a net profit. Demand for the company's software & services to support clinical trials continues to be strong, with a contracted order book of £15.2m at the end of H1 21 (+36% HOH; +105% YoY). Contract prepayments aided strong cash generation which led net cash to increase +37% versus FY20 Y
Companies: Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc
After the exceptional trading conditions in China last year comes the hangover. A further softening in pork prices highlighted at the July trading statement has led to conditions in China continuing to ease in Q2. Revenues YTD in that market are now significantly below management expectations and down YoY. Whilst some recovery is expected in H2, there looks to be much to do to make up the shortfall. More encouragingly, trading in the group’s other markets remains in line with expectations. We re
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Momentum is building in Circassia, with the recovery from the pandemic gaining traction and actions taken by management to focus the business having a material impact on the bottom line. Having already upgraded in July, we are upgrading forecasts again today to reflect the further progress on reducing fixed costs. We now expect the group to trade close to EBITDA breakeven this year and for significantly improved profitability and cash generation from next year onwards.
Companies: Circassia Group PLC
Companies: SourceBio International Plc
Interim results to 30 June 2021 were in line with the trading update issued on 3 August, which resulted in upgrades to our forecasts and target price. On the back of a 50% (£1.5m) rise in revenues to £4.5m, adjusted EBITDA increased £0.5m to £0.2m, illustrating the operational leverage of 80% gross margin software & services. Period-end cash increased 38% (+£1.2m) in the period to£ 4.2m. Cambridge Cognition is well positioned to be a long-term beneficiary of the trend of running virtual decentra
Warpaint’s interim results for the six months ended 30th June demonstrate a highly encouraging rebound in sales and profitability as the markets have reopened post various degrees of Coronavirus lockdown. Strong strategic progress has been made, with the relationship with Tesco expanded and an 84-store trial with the UK’s leading cosmetics retailer Boots confirmed; this is very good news to us. Whilst ahead of our expectations for H1, we leave FY21 forecasts unchanged reflecting the very well do
Companies: Warpaint London PLC
Exactly one year ago, the FTSE 100 closed at 5,862, having fallen 100 points on the day, the lowest point since mid-May 2020, due in part, to the strength of sterling vs US$ at $1.34. One year on, the FTSE 100 has risen to 7,119, a rise of 21%, it remains 7% below the peak in January 2020. From an international viewpoint, US and European markets continue to trade at record highs. The US Federal Reserve is close to withdrawing some of its economic support this year as inflation picks up and the e
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EKF has delivered another strong set of results, with the step change in the scale of the business firmly consolidated. H1 revenues increased 46.5% driven by an ongoing recovery in the core business and strong demand from a number of public and private sector customers for sample collection devices. The outlook remains positive and progress is being made against the new strategy set out earlier in the year. We upgrade our FY21 revenue forecasts by 7% and EBITDA by 13% noting this still implies a
Companies: EKF Diagnostics Holdings plc
Interims show a sharp recovery in revenues (+63% YoY) and a continued improvement into H2, albeit with the caveat that visibility remains limited in the short term. The building blocks are in place for a strong growth story, but this remains dependent on elective surgery volumes normalising over a consistent period. At the moment, the recovery is somewhat stop-start in nature, hence we cautiously reinstate FY21 estimates, but leave outer years withdrawn for now.
Companies: Surgical Innovations Group plc
Deltex has reported 2021 interim results which reflect the challenges of the current healthcare environment with COVID cases causing disruption to the Company's core elective surgery market. That said, the Company has demonstrated it is able to keep costs low to match the current low activity, in anticipation of improving activity in 2022.
Companies: Deltex Medical Group plc
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Eurowag confirms its intention to undertake an initial public offering on the Main Market (Premium). The Offer would be expected to comprise both (i) new Ordinary Shares to be issued by the Company, raising gross proceeds of approximately EUR200m to support Eurowag's growth strategy and (ii) existing Ordinary Shares to be sold by existing Eurowag shareholders. Eurowag is a leading pan-European
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Synairgen reported FY 2020 results that showed an adjusted net loss of £13.7m, with year-end cash of £75.0m, some £27m higher than our expectations. The delta can largely be accounted for by delays in starting enrolment into the Phase III trial as well as the treatment of prepayments for drug substance and nebulisers: the latter reflected in working capital rather than expensed through the income statement. Near-term focus remains on the outcome of the Phase III study (SG018), and with the enrol
Companies: Synairgen plc
Fusion showed solid FY21 revenue growth of 7% to £4.2m (vs £3.9m), particularly as client projects were delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Operating loss rose marginally from £1.1m to £1.2m (reported net profit in FY21 was distorted by a £1.7m non-cash, accounting charge). This reflects strong R&D investment in the new OptiMAL service; this is due to gain commercial revenues in FY23. Fusion should then experience narrowing losses on the trajectory to profitability. After a £3m gross capital raise
Companies: Fusion Antibodies Plc
Medical device companies are gradually seeing a rebound in their business after the focus of healthcare is slowly shifting from Covid-19 back to normalcy. Stryker Corporation is one of the top-most high-tech names within this domain that has performed exceptionally well on the financial front on account of the recovery in surgical volumes in the U.S. and abroad. It is worth highlighting that Stryker’s product portfolio has grown exceptionally well over the years, both organically as well as thro
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Doctor Care Anywhere (DOC) has delivered on another IPO commitment, entering the Australian telehealth market with its acquisition of GP2U Telehealth for A$11m. The COVID-19 pandemic has created permanent structural changes in Australian healthcare, which has accelerated the adoption of telehealth, particularly for its large rural population where access to quality healthcare has historically been limited. This acquisition gives DOC a foothold in the market, where management’s experience could a
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