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The full year results are marginally ahead of our revised upwards forecasts. There is solid momentum across the Group and we see double-digit revenue growth and expanding margins ahead. This double-digit forecast growth rate is driving the rating of the stock down to a single digit EV/EBITDA rating. Buy.
Companies: Shearwater Group plc
What’s new: AGM update reminds shareholders OTM is focused on building a “differentiated, technology-enabled property business providing services to agents, housebuilders, advertisers and consumers that offers best in class products and platforms across the broader property marketplace.”
Early indications of success include:
5 month growth in advertisers of 4.5% driven by 4.9% rise in agency branches
137 leads per advertiser in June 2021, which is 5.4% above average per month for the si
Companies: OnTheMarket Plc
More new contracts announced
Companies: 7Digital Group PLC
Today’s AGM statement indicates strong progress on agreements with distributors, mining the back catalogue, developing interest in planned releases and attracting talent. The update increases our confidence in tinyBuild’s ability to at least meet expectations.
Companies: tinyBuild Inc.
Companies: GetBusy Plc
FDM has delivered a strong H1, with revenues modestly below last year (which included a full quarter pre-COVID) and profitability buoyed by careful cost control and a recovering demand profile across most geographies. The group continues to invest for long-term growth in a number of areas, but despite this, and even with ongoing COVID uncertainty in multiple locations, the tone is confident, and management appear comfortable with delivering at least our (and consensus) estimates for the year. H
Companies: FDM Group (Holdings) plc
Q3 21 was a satisfactory quarter with organic recurring revenue up 6.1%. Cloud native revenue grew significantly (+37% vs +30% in H1 21) thanks to Sage Intacct, Sage Accounting in the UK, Sage People, AutoEntry and the migration from cloud connected software to cloud native solutions. Consequently, organic recurring revenue growth accelerated in 9m21 (+5%) vs H1 21 (+4.4%). By geography, North America was the best performer. 2021 guidance was revised upwards at the top line.
Companies: Sage Group plc
Earnings in FY21E are expected to be more than 6% ahead of the forecasts we set last summer. For any company trading through a pandemic year, this is a decent beat in our opinion. With the stock trading at the bottom of its two-year trading range, we can say with some surety that an earnings surprise was definitely not in the price. Buy.
What a difference a year makes - 12 months ago, the focus, quite understandably, was on the course of the pandemic and the lifting of the Lockdown (1) measures. For investors, it was the sustainability of the rally in markets seen since March 2020. Today, while we are still thinking about the lifting of lockdown measures, we are also concerned about two “old favourites” from previous decades. Inflation and the parlous state of public finances. The BoE has said that although CPI inflation rose to
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Netflix reported a mixed result as it managed to surpass its rather modest guidance of 1 million net subscriber additions by adding 1.54 million subscribers. The company’s revenues surpassed Wall Street expectations but there were concerns associated with the company losing nearly 430,0000 subscribers in its core North American market. Competitive pressures and the limited Originals content being rolled out in the first half of the year was responsible for this loss of subscribers. However, the
Companies: NETFLIX (NFLX:NYSE)Netflix, Inc. (NFLX:NAS)
In today’s AGM trading update, management confirmed that it had seen a good start to FY22. All divisions are benefiting from the consumer shift to transacting online. Cryptocurrency trading has boosted Identity volumes in the quarter, while Location continues to see good demand and recent licence extensions point to a recovery in the Fraud business. The strong trading in Q122 provides management with confidence for the year ahead; we maintain our forecasts.
Companies: GB Group PLC
PayPal had a mixed quarter and reported a 19% top-line growth which was below expectations but managed to deliver an earnings beat. The company saw 4.7 billion transactions during the quarter, up 27% as compared to the previous year and its payment transactions per active account were 43.5 million, an improvement of 11% versus the prior year quarter. The company’s total payment volume (TPV) rose by a staggering 40% to $310.99 billion with Venmo alone accounting for $58 billion, a 58% jump as com
Companies: PAYPAL HOLDINGS (PYPL:NYSE)PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL:NAS)
Hays plc (HAS.L, 159p/£2,320m) Q3 trading update to 31/03/19 (16.04.19) | Parity Group plc (PTY.L, 7.4p/£7.6m) Full year results to 31/12/18 (16.04.19) | Robert Walters plc (RWA.L, 580p/£440m) Q1 trading update to 31/03/19 (15.04.19)
Companies: HAS PTY RWA
Semper Fortis Esports* recently announced its intention to IPO onto the Access Segment of the Aquis Stock Exchange Growth Market. Semper is a multi-operational Esports organisation focusing on gaming technology solutions, brand enhancement and high growth team infrastructures. The company plans to raise £2.5m to develop their three core areas of establishing an esports team, forming partnerships with brands for sponsorship and B2B consultancy services. The Board are highly experienced in spor
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ZOO has delivered a very solid FY21 (to March) in line with the April update, with revenues up by a third and Adjusted EBITDA more than doubling. The group has navigated exceptionally well through the COVID-19 pressures, adapting its model, investing rapidly in new areas of growth and helping customers flex their own businesses to suit the new world. We see material long-term growth potential as customers continue to invest in content (both new and old) and ZOO’s skillsets and capabilities are c
Companies: ZOO Digital Group plc