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Go-Ahead Group GOG is lagging behind in too many areas although it is doing its best to cover the weak spots. The pre close trading statement for t he year to 1st July claims that expectations for the full year are unchanged and the balance sheet is robust. Regional buses showed mixed growth in passenger journeys with some ares being strong and some weak.Passenger numbers and revenue growth were slightly subdued. Full year like for like growth in revenue is expected to be 1% but mileage is expected to be down 1.5%
Full year like for like figures showed passenger revenue up 3% and 4.5% in South Eastern and London Midland but down 4% in GTR. Passenger journeys fell by 4% in both South Eastern and London Midland and up by a tiny 0.5% in South eastern. It does not need a mathematics wizard to work out that these appear to illustrate prices rising whilst passenger journeys fall, which is not the best way to run a railway.
Chemring Group CHG Has restored its interim dividend for the half year to the 30th April, with a payment of 1p per share. Operational and financial performance continued to improve and revenue for the half year rose from £180m. to£ 249.6m. Last years underlying loss before tax of £4m was turned into a profit of £11.3m. On a statutory basis loss before tax fell from last year’s £16.8m to £6.8m and return on sales rose to 6.9% from 2.1%. However the order book at half time was down from £591m to £556.
Frontier Development FDEV expects to report a rise in operating profit of over 500% to £7.2m for the year to the 3rd May. Revenue is also expected to be slightly ahead of previous guidance with a rise of 75%.
Latham (James) plc LTHM reports good trading results for tjhe year to 31st March and an increase in the final dividend to 10.85p, up from last years 10.3p. Pre-tax profit was £13.8m, up £0.9m from £12.9m last year. Since the year end, revenue in April and May has shown a like for like rise of 3%
Cluff Natural Resources CLNR Believes that the outlook both for the sector and the company showed marked improvement in 2016 with major progress being made in the southern North Sea. Geological and technical work throughout the year resulted in a tripling of total combined P50 resources from 845 BCG of gas to 2.37 TCF. funding for the coming year was also secured.
Frontier Dev plc. FDEV The growth in revenue for the 6 months to 30th November exceeded the boards expectations with a rise of 66% to £18.1m. interim results are expected early in February.
Innova Derma IDP revenue is expected to have risen by just over 80% to about £3 for the 6 months to 31st December. Growth has been led by the success of Skinny Tan which was launched in February through Superdrug. Revenue and earnings are expected to be enhanced in the second half following the entry to the American market in October.
Goals Soccer Centres GOAL claims that it has at long last turned the corner with robust trading and a significant improvement in business during the second half year to 31st December. Modernisation and updating of facilities are said to be responsible for the volume rise of 3.1% which compares with 1% for the year as a whole.
WANdisco WAND maintained its momentum during its second half to the 31st December with a rise in bookings of 109%. The fourth quarter and the year as a whole, both saw rises of 97%. A number of new contracts were obtained and the year ended with a strong order book and sales pipeline. In the 4th quarter the company operated at nearly cash flow break even point and 2017 is expected to show more progress made towards achieving profitability.