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Companies: Made.com Group PLC
Shoe Zone’s accelerated digital strategy and defined store rationalisation programme, alongside decisive action on cost control and cash preservation, means the Group is emerging from the pandemic as a leaner, stronger and more resilient business. Robust cash generation means we expect the Group to be debt free and able to reinstate its dividend in the current year.
Companies: Shoe Zone PLC
discoverIE has confirmed continued strong trading momentum and we have upgraded our FY 2022E EPS forecast by +2%. H1 sales were up +23% on last year at CER, driven by +15% organic growth over last year (+8% compared with two years ago) and a strong contribution from acquisitions. Orders remained well ahead of sales with organic growth of +64% against last year and +34% against two years ago. The Group is managing widespread supply chain challenges effectively and we have made no changes to our g
Companies: discoverIE Group PLC
Victoria has issued a positive half-year trading update that confirms underlying profit before tax for FY2022E will be ahead of consensus market expectations. Against a background of strong consumer demand for its flooring products, the first half has seen record operating earnings. Management expect this demand picture to continue into next year and beyond with the added support from the high level of housing transactions which is a good lead indicator of future refurbishment activity. Septembe
Companies: Victoria PLC
SOS has delivered another impressive performance in H1, with sales almost tripling driven by rapid sell through of stock across all categories. Trading with 3rd parties has also significantly accelerated, and the May funds raise is helping SOS to meet the strong/proven demand. Importantly, range diversification means returns rates are below pre-pandemic levels. Gross margin gains, operational improvements and a strong marketing ROI helped reduce EBITDA losses. Furthermore, supply chain disruptio
Companies: Sosandar Plc
Today's news & views, plus announcements from NWG, WPP, SMDS, BDEV, CSP, EMG, HICL, QTX, RLE, MTEC, BOOM, CAPD & THG.
Companies: Barratt Developments PLC (BDEV:LON)HICL Infrastructure Company (HICL:LON)
Today's news & views, plus announcements from BATS, GRI, HAS, NEX, RAT, QQ., BRK, PURP, POLR & CAY.
Companies: British American Tobacco p.l.c.
Petershill Partners (PHLL.L), has joined the Main Market (Premium), a leading investment group providing bespoke capital and strategic solutions to some of the world's best performing alternative asset management firms. Petershill Partners today comprises minority investments in 19 high-quality Partner-firms, previously held in private funds managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM). The Partner-firms have US$187 bn of aggregated assets under management. The Offer would comprise (
Companies: ABDP EKF HMI JSE SML
Results for H1 FY22 reflect a consolidation of significant market share gains achieved over the past two years with Group revenue +73% versus H1 FY20. Near term impact on profitability resulting from COVID-driven distribution cost inflation, as well as key investment in building out the Group’s multi-brand proposition should not detract from the longer-term growth potential of the Group’s platform. A PE of 25.5x falling to 18.5x is at odds with the significant market opportunity that exists as m
Companies: boohoo group Plc
Sosandar, the celebrity-endorsed women’s fashion brand, benefits from a simple and scalable capital-light online model, a fast-growing affluent customer base and a robust pipeline of new styles introduced each month. The company is achieving impressive growth across all key performance metrics and has a solid balance sheet to support its rapid expansion in the UK and, we believe, internationally over the medium term.
Companies: Frontier Developments Plc
Although renewable energy has been gaining increasing traction over the past decade as the costs of renewable energy generation and perhaps more importantly, energy storage have fallen, 2020 was a seminal year for transitional energy investors driven by governments seeking to “build back better” after COVID-19. The US has committed US$2.25trn largely focused on the energy transition while the EU has committed US$0.54trn with companies around the world including China committing to net zero targe
Companies: LAM FSJ TGP PRES JMAT CRPR NEXS VLX
Q2 results were roughly in line with expectations. With little surprise, the FY21 margin outlook was cut given the price uncertainties of the raw materials. This is the first bad signal for the sector.
Companies: Unilever PLC
The H1 results (in line with expectations) were led by New Category growth (up by +50%) and the partial recovery from the pandemic impact. We see the outlook as good, with annual sales revised upwards and even though margins may be challenged by increased New Category investments. This is definitely good for the long term, but could be (unfairly) misinterpreted by the market at the moment.
Undoubtedly, renewable energy is a growth sector, albeit one where public subsidies are pivotal. Approximately 40% of UK electricity demand is now met by renewable energy, a figure that is set to rise further as coal-fired stations are decommissioned and nuclear power capacity, despite the Hinkley Point C project, falls.
Of the privatised electricity companies, SSE, by some way, is the key renewables player: it owns more than 3.8GW of renewables generation capacity. However, there are now 19 qu
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