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Anglesey Mining #AYM – Alan Green talks to CEO Rob Marsden at Parys Mountain

Alan Green talks to recently appointed Anglesey Mining #AYM CEO Rob Marsden direct from the Company’s flagship Parys Mountain mine. Rob discusses his career, in particular the years he spent working at Rio Tinto and also the 3 years he spent heading up the Rio investment committee, charged with seeking new investment opportunities for the mining giant. Rob then covers his work as a consultant, working around the world and then the time he spent with former CEO Jo Battershill at Parys Mountain a few years ago, which led up to his joining the board. Rob provides his overview of the latest assay results from hole NCZ003, and explains how he believes the previous drilling in the 1960’s and 1970’s can give the team ‘incredible confidence’ going forward. We then look at how the team plan to approach the pre feasibility study, via both divergent and convergent phases leading to a robust PFS ahead of the move to feasibility study. Rob then maps out what investors can expect in the coming weeks and months, and how this week he has assembled a team of colleagues including a longstanding veteran Rio Tinto geologist who will bring ‘fresh eyes’ to the project.

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Premier Miton #PMI, Trufin #TRU, European Green Transition #EGT & Sovereign Metals #SVML with Justin Waite

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Premier Miton #PMI, Trufin #TRU, European Green Transition #EGT & Sovereign Metals #SVML with Justin Waite

Quoted Micro 20 May 2024


Digital assets investor KR1 (KR1) reported a decline in 2023 revenues from £20.2m to £8.65m, but larger gains on digital assets mean that the reported profit was not down as much at £14.7m, from £19.5m. The introduction of the bitcoin ETF has helped the valuation of digital assets in the diversified portfolio. NAV was 132.05p/share at the end of March 2024, which is higher than the figure at the end of 2023. The company has been buying back shares at a discount to the NAV.

Aquaculture technology developer OTAQ (OTAQ) plans to raise up to £2m from a convertible loan note issue. The conversion price will be 3p/share. A reduced loss is expected for 2023, even after exceptional costs. The 2023 results should be announced by the end of June. First quarter revenues are 19% ahead. The live plankton analysis system has been launched.

Brewer Adnams (ADB) increased annual sales by 11% with growth in on-trade and off-trade business. Management is still exploring ways of funding growth.

All Things Considered (ATC) has acquired 55% of music management company Raw Power, whose artists include The Damned, for £1.41m in cash. This takes the artists managed by the combined group to 80. The existing shareholders will retain the rest of the shares. Some of these were involved with Sanctuary Group, which was quoted two decades ago. In the year to February 2023, Raw Power made a pre-tax profit of £326,000 on revenues of £2.27m. Phantom Music Management holds loan notes in the acquired business and is subscribing £200,000 for shares in All Things Considered, which had net cash of £10m at the endo of 2023. Last year. All Things Considered increased revenues by 156% to £24.1m, but there was a swing from profit to loss, although there was a one-off profit in the previous year.  There was also a larger loss from the minority interest in livestreaming company Driift.

Clarify Pharma (PSYC) reported a reduced loss in the year to November 2023. NAV fell from £1.41m to £597,000, including cash of £167,000. Investments were valued at £706,000.

EPE Special Opportunities (EO.P) had net assets of 347.96p/share at the end of April 2024.

Res Privata has increased its stake in WeCap (WCAP) from 7.28% to 9.69%. Silverwood Brands (SLWD) director Andrew Gerrie invested £20,000 in shares at just over 26p each. Newbury Racecourse (NYR) director Dominic Burke has bought 1,125 shares at 5.449p each. Tap Global Group chief executive Arsen Torosian acquired 33.75 million shares at 0.681481p each.

Secured Property Developments has changed its name to Mollyroe (MOY).


Nexus Infrastructure (NEXS) reported a decline in revenues in the six months to March 2024, but the order book is improving. Revenues generated by the infrastructure services provider fell from £51m to £25.8m and the company slipped into loss. The interim dividend is maintained at 1p/share. There was a cash outflow, but cash is still £9.3m, which is not much less than the market capitalisation. The order book is worth £72m, but the recovery in revenues may not happen until next year.

B90 Holdings (B90) has refocused on business to business gaming operations. This will enable a reduction in costs and could move the company into profit in 2024. Net cash was Euro800,000 at the end of 2023 and the cash outflow should end in the second half. There is an experienced management team. In the medium-term the company should become a consolidator in the sector.

Cerillion (CER) continues to win significant orders and there was a major win following the end of the first half. Revenues grew 10% to £22.5m in the first half. The software company is on course to improve pre-tax profit from £16.8m to £17.3m in the year to September 2024. Net cash could rise to £30.4m.

Semiconductors designer Sondrel (SND) is raising £5.63m at 10p/share and plans to cancel the AIM quotation. ROX Equity Partners is subscribing for the shares and its loans will be converted into a further 28.7 million shares, taking its stake to 49.3%. This requires government and shareholder approval. Miles Woodhouse will be ROX Equity Partners’ representative on the board. A new chief executive is being sought. Sondrel recognises it needs to manage projects better.

Orchard Funding Group (ORCH) believes that it is not worth being quoted on AIM and the insurance premium finance provider intends to cease paying dividends. The cash can then be used to make a tender offer to shareholders when appropriate.

Active Energy Group (AEG) says that its audit may not be completed by June, which would lead to a suspension of trading in the shares. Cash is running out and management may have to consider liquidating the company. This depends on whether the CoalSwitch assets are sold. There is currently $500,000 in the bank. There is also a 4.1% stake in green technology investor Alpha Prospects, but whether this is really worth the £680,000 book value is questionable.

A trading update from professional services provider FRP Advisory (FRP) shows revenues 23% ahead at £128m and much higher than forecast EBITDA of £37m. Work on corporate administrations is rising, but all five of the divisions grew. Net cash was around £30m at the end of March 2024. Cavendish has raised its 2023-24 pre-tax forecast to £33m with a further improvement to £34.2m in 2024-25.

Phoenix Copper (PXC) says that it has conditionally raised $80m from a bond issue to fund the construction of the Empire copper-gold mine in Idaho. The cash will be drawn down in tranches. The arrangement fee is paid for by the issue of 33.9 million shares. NIU invest is acquiring the bond and it will have the right to subscribe for a 25% stake in Phoenix Copper over a five-year period.

Lower gold production meant that Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ) revenues fell from $84.7m to $45.9m, which meant that it swung from pre-tax profit of $7.5m to a loss of $32m. There were $18m of non-cash impairment charges of capitalised exploration costs and the value of the Libero Copper and Gold investment. All-in sustaining cost of gold production jumped from $1,064/ounce to $1,510/ounce. Total production was 31,821 ounces.

Retail software provider itim Group (ITIM) has secured a five-year contract renewal with Majestic Wine. This is a multi-million pounds contract. This follows the publication earlier in the week of 2023 figures showing revenues 15% higher at £16.1m. Annual recurring revenues were £13.2m. Revenues are expected to increase to £17m this year, but itim will still lose money before a potential move into profit in 2025.

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts has made a recommended bid of 480p/share for IQGeo (IQG), which values the geospatial software company at £333m. KKR believe it can accelerate the growth of IQGeo.

Revolution Bars (RBG) says that it has not received any takeover bid or offer for assets as a whole as part of the formal sale process. There are offers for certain assets, but none would result in any return to shareholders. A restructuring and fundraising plan is still possible, and the board is still open to other plans, possibly by Nightcap (NGHT).

E-commerce firm Huddled (HUD) reported a 2023 pre-tax profit of £13m, but that was due to gains on the disposals of Immotion and Uvisan. The underlying pre-tax loss was £2.29m. Cash of £12.7m was returned to shareholders out of the disposal proceeds, but there was still £4.27m in the bank at the end of 2023. The new core business Discount Dragon was acquired in October, so the figures do not provide a good indication of ongoing operations. Discount Dragon generated revenues of £2.1m in the first quarter of 2024.

Horizonte Minerals (HZM) has appointed FRP Advisory as administrator. The nominated adviser has resigned.


Flavourings supplier Treatt (TET) reported a dip in interim revenues to £72.1m because of destocking, but underlying pre-tax profit improved from £7.3m to £7.6m. There is good momentum in the second half.

Standard list shell Sivota (SIV) has ended acquisition talks with an online technology platform in the travel sector.

Andrew Hore

Alan Green covers Kavango Resources #KAV, ONDO Insurtech #ONDO & Brave Bison #BBSN – The Mission Group #TMG on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Alan Green covers Kavango Resources #KAV, ONDO Insurtech #ONDO & Brave Bison #BBSN – The Mission Group #TMG on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Trufin #TRU, Anglesey Mining #AYM & Zoo Digital #ZOO

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Trufin #TRU, Anglesey Mining #AYM & Zoo Digital #ZOO with Justin Waite

Quoted Micro 10 May 2024


Time to ACT is planning to join the Aquis Stock Exchange later this month and it has launched a fundraising ahead of the flotation. The flotation will take place even if there is no money raised. Time to ACT plans to develop a group of engineering-based energy transition businesses. Middlesborough-based Time to ACT has two subsidiaries. Diffusion Alloys is a long-established diffusion coating business. The technology provides an intermetallic layer that protects metal components at high temperatures. GreenSpur is a much newer business that is developing direct drive generator technology for use in wind power that does not require rare earths for magnets. The Winterflood Retail Access Platform is being used to raise up to £1m. The issue price and closing date have yet to be announced. Investors have to apply for shares via a broker. The minimum subscription is £100.

Cykel AI (CYK) has agreed a bid from standard listed Mustang Energy (MUST). The offer is 1.911 Mustang Energy shares for each Cykel AI share. Both companies’ shares have been suspended since 17 January. The Mustang Energy suspension price was 30.6p, but the bid is based on a much lower share price valuing the company, which has net liabilities, at £1m. That values the bid at 9.37p/share and Cykel AI is valued at £19.2m. Cykel AI is developing artificial intelligence products.

Newbury Racecourse (NYR) increased 2023 revenues by 9% to £19m and reported pre-tax profit improved from £130,000 to £720,000. However, there was a £700,000 exceptional gain relating to the release of a provision included. Cost increases reduced underlying profit. Raceday attendances fell from 141,000 to 130,000. The nursery has increased capacity by 18%. Shaun Hinds will become chief executive on 3 June.

Silverwood Brands (SLWD) executive director acquired 100,000 shares at 20p following the restoration of trading at the beginning of May. The share price recovered by 48.5% to 24.5p, but it is still not back to its suspension price.

Marula Mining (MARU) has appointed a new mine manager at the Larisoro manganese mine in Kenya. Bernard Kiprotich has five years of mining experience in Kenya. Marula Mining is investing in the established Larisoro manganese mining operation by securing a 60% commercial interest with an option to increase it to 70%. There are three shallow open pits. The purchase price is £300,000 satisfied by the issue of 2.4 million shares. Marula Mining will provide investment of $1.5m for equipment to enable production to be increased.

Essentially Group (ESSN) has completed the acquisition of Best Latin Foodstuff Trading for £1.945m in shares at 52.5p each. Catalina Onate, who founded the food importer, has been appointed as an executive director.

Shareholders passed resolutions at the AGM of Supernova Digital Assets (SOL), including a cancelation of the share premium account and authority to buy back shares.

TruSpine Technologies (LON: TSP) chief executive Laurence Strauss has resigned. He was appointed in April 2023.

RentGuarantor Holdings (RGG) raised £35,000 at 274p/share.


Metallurgical coal company Bens Creek (BEN) says a further court hearing related to the three US operations that are in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection will be held on 6 June. The court has accepted the proposed Avanti debtor in possession financing and $2m has been drawn down. This provides enough cash until the end of May. The final terms of the facility are being negotiated.

Genedrive (GDR) has raised £2.1m in a placing at 1.5p. This follow’s yesterday evening’s announcement of a fundraising, where the point of care pharmacogenetic testing company wanted to raise £2.5m via a placing. There is also a REX retail offer for up to £3.5m, which closes on 17 May, and a one-for-one open offer that could raise up to £2.1m. If the total amount raised is not at least £6m the fundraising will not go ahead, so a further £3.9m is required. The company’s tests are being commercialised and a direct to consumer strategy pursued in the UK, while there will be distributors in other countries. There will also be investment to improve manufacturing efficiency and to fund regulatory approvals.

Plant Health Care (PHC) generated a 72% increase in revenues to $4.3m in the first four months of 2024. There is cash of $2.3m. The loss could be reduced from $3m to less than $1m this year. A profit is possible in 2025.

Third quarter driver management systems units produced by Seeing Machines (SEE) have gone into 313,662 vehicles, which is 51% higher than the previous quarter. This is more than treble the number in the same period two years and 80% higher than one year previously with more contracts set to contribute. Monitored connections of the Guardian fleet units were 5% higher on the quarter at 59,706.

Push-to-talk and workplace management technology developer Mobile Tornado (MBT) has won a contract through its regional partner to supply technology for a mobile network in the Middle East and Africa, which has more than 50 million customers. Management believes that there should be increasing sales momentum following the deal.

Healthcare services provider Totally (TLY) reassured the market with its latest trading statement. Full year EBITDA was £2.3m, down from £6.9m, and net debt was £800,000 at the end of March 2024. Revenues fell 22% to £106m because of the loss of a contract. Cost reductions and efficiency improvements have offset the tough market. Annualised cost savings of £3.5m are expected.

Bushveld Minerals (BMN) has agreed the conditional disposal of Vanchem to Southern Point Resources Fund 1 for up to $40.6m. The initial consideration is $20.6m. This requires shareholder approval. Southern Point Resources is increasing the interim working capital facility it is providing that is secured on production at Vanchem. This, and a $9m working capital facility, will be offset against the initial consideration and be used to pay creditors. This will leave a cash payment to Bushveld Minerals of $3.5m when the disposal happens. The deferred consideration is based on 25% of distributable free cash flow with a minimum of $1.25m paid for each quarter of the three-year period.

Mothercare (MTC) reported a 13% decline in global system sales last year due to poor trading in the Middle East. Destocking is a problem. There was better trading in the UK and Indonesia. The retailer will improve EBITDA, but Cavendish reduced its forecast EBIDA by 9% to £7m, compared to £6.7m in 2022-23. Refinancing talks continue and a conclusion should reduce the interest bill.

Battery technology developer Ilika (IKA) is raising up to £3.4m at 28p/share to spend on the Goliath solid-state battery. This cash should last at least 12 months. A placing and subscription raised £1.7m and a one-for-26 open offer could raise up to £1.7m more. The open offer closes on 28 May. There will be £750,000 earmarked for the development of the Goliath battery and this supplements the grant assistance obtained. A further £750,000 will be used to increase testing capacity to 0.75MWh/a and for upgrading dry room facilities. Additional cash raised will support further capital expenditure and working capital for Goliath and the Stereax miniature battery.


Packaging manufacturer and distributor Macfarlane Group (MACF) disappointed with its AGM trading statement and lost the majority of the share price gain this year. Prices are falling, but this reflects lower costs, so margins are being maintained. First quarter sales were 9.5% lower, which does reflect a reduction in volumes. There should be improvement in the second half.

Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies (LON: OCTP) plans to cancel the standard listing. Management believes that stockmarket uncertainty is making it difficult to raise cash at an acceptable share price. The development of the drug pipeline will continue. The cancelation date is 6 June.

Andrew Hore

Alan Green covers Electric Guitar #ELEG, Thor Energy #THOR & Golden Metal Resources #GMET on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Alan Green covers Electric Guitar #ELEG, Thor Energy #THOR & Golden Metal Resources #GMET on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Crimson Tide #TIDE, Warpaint #W7L, Electric Guitar #ELEG & Silver Bullet Data #SBDS

Sharepickers – Alan Green discusses Crimson Tide #TIDE, Warpaint #W7L, Electric Guitar #ELEG & Silver Bullet Data #SBDS with Justin Waite

Alan Green covers Altona Rare Earths #REE, Coinsilium #COIN & Facilities by ADF #ADF on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Alan Green covers Altona Rare Earths #REE, Coinsilium #COIN & Facilities by ADF #ADF on this week’s Stockbox Research Talks

Quoted Micro 6 May 2024


Good Life Plus (GDLF) has traded strongly since joining Aquis and raising cash for marketing. The luxury prize draw company increased the number of subscribers from 21,000 at the end of 2023 to 30,000. Churn has been reduced.

Invinity Energy Systems (IES) raised £56m at 23p/share with £25m committed by the UK Infrastructure Bank and £3m from Korean Investment Partners. There is also an open offer to raise up to £6.6m. The share price slipped 6.12% to 23p. IES will use £30m to increase capacity ahead of the launch of the latest version of the Mistral flow battery.

KR1 (KR1) gained shareholder approval for the market acquisition of up to 14.99% of its shares. NAV was 132.05p/share at the end of March 2024, down from 134.6p/share one month earlier. There was £1.96m in income from digital assets during the month.

Apollon Formularies (APOL) has sent a general meeting notice for 28 May to gain approval of the cancelation of the Aquis quotation. The company is selling its IP to a Canadian company.

Rogue Baron (SHNJ) has acquired Eight Vodka for £70,000 in shares at 0.5p each. Eight Vodka is distilled eight times in Ecuador.

Trading in Silverwood Brands (SLWD) was restored following the completion of a capital reduction. Phoenix Asset Management increased its stake from 0.94% to 29.9%. In the first quarter a rebranding of Balmonds has disrupted sales. The costs of acquiring Cosme Science hit profitability of Sonotas.

One Health Group (OHGR) says it did better than expected last year with annual revenues improving from £20.5m to £23m. Net cash was £4.7m at the end of March 2024. There was a 13% increase in NHS patient referrals for treatments. New five-year contracts have been secured with the two largest customers.

RentGuarantor Holdings (RGG) says first quarter revenues were 62% ahead and the number of tenant contracts was 38% higher.

Investment company MaxRets Ventures (MAX) reported net assets of £19,000 at the end of October 2023, down from £497,000. There was no new investment during the year. A transformative acquisition is being sought.

Hydrogen Future Industries (HFI) more than halved the interim cash outflow from operating activities to £234,000. Ther was £263,000 in the bank at the end of January 2024, but £612,000 has been raised since then. Testing of the prototype wind turbine and the electrolyser has gone well.

Substrate AI (SAI) generated revenues of $8.6m in 2023. There was $4.42m in the bank.

Hacienda Management has taken a 7.48% stake in Supernova Digital Assets (SOL). Pete Mills increased his stake in Oscillate (MUSH) from 3.02% to 4.03%. DXS International (DXSP) chairman Robert Sutcliffe bought 100,000 shares at 1.46p/share.


Trinity Exploration & Production (TRIN) has agreed a bid from fellow AIM-quoted Trinidad oil and gas company Touchstone Exploration (TXP), which is offering 1.5 shares for every Trinity share. The Trinity shareholders will own one-fifth of the enlarged company. The combined group will be in a stronger position to make investments in new production. The Touchstone Exploration share price is 4.85% lower at 39.25p, valuing each Trinity share at 58.875p – the share price is 50% higher at 54p.

Alpha Financial Markets Consulting (AFM) has confirmed that BridgePoint Advisers has made a bid approach and Cinven is considering making a bid. Revolution Bars Group (RBG) has received interest from Nightcap (NGHT), which is assessing the situation and options include a bid or acquisition of some sites or subsidiaries.

Electric Guitar (ELEG) moved from the standard list to AIM following the reverse takeover of 3radical on 3 May. It is the first in a planned series of acquisitions in the digital marketing sector, where regulatory and market changes, such as the blocking of third-party cookies, provide significant growth opportunities. 3radical was acquired for 61.2 million shares valued at £1.28m. A fundraising generated £1.32m at 2.1p/share and that valued the company at £4.7m. 3radical was set up by the founders of campaign management software provider Alterian at the end of 2011 The shares had been suspended at 2.1p and they fell to 1.8p when trading recommenced on AIM.

Multi-channel retailer TheWorks.co.uk (WRKS) moved from a premium listing to AIM. The board felt the company was too small for the cost and regulatory burden of the Main Market. One of the attractions of AIM is that the company will no longer be classified as a Public Interest Entity and it will be able to choose an auditor from a wider range of firms. Singer forecasts a slump in pre-tax profit from £10.1m to £1m in the year to April 2024.

Cornish Metals (CUSN) has published a preliminary economic assessment of the South Crofty tin project in Cornwall. There is an after-tax NPV8 of $201m at a tin price of $31,000 /tonne. Pre-production capital requirement is $177m, which is higher than previous estimates, and there should be 14-year mine life. Life of mine all in sustaining cost is estimated at $13,661/tonne. Planned first production is in 2027.

Horizonte Minerals (HZM) has enough cash until 17 May and senior lenders have agreed to extend waivers on loans, including deferring interest payments, until 15 May. These lenders have security over the company’s assets. Horizonte Minerals has guaranteed the debt of the subsidiary that owns the Araguaia project. Discussions with creditors and investors continue in an attempt to achieve some recovery value for creditors. That may include the disposal of the Araguaia project. None of the proposals are likely to recover value for shareholders.

Arrow Exploration (AXL) grew average production from 1.3mboe/day in 2022 to 2.2mboe/day in 2023 and revenues increased from $28.1m to $50.6m, which was slightly lower than forecast. There was cash of $13m at the end of 2023 and this fell to $12m at the end of March 2024. Production has reached 2.9mboe/day in March, while drilling activity will lead to further increases in the medium-term. Canaccord Genuity has cut its 2024 revenues forecast from $103.9m to $98.6m and net cash is expected to be $17m at the end of 2024.

Trading at property services provider Kinovo (KINO) is ahead of expectations with organic growth of 23% in the year to March 2024. Underlying pre-tax profit should be more than £6m, excluding costs related to the DCB contracts, which were guaranteed by Kinovo when it was sold, still to be completed.

Mark Halpin has stepped down as chief executive of managed IT services provider CloudCoCo (CLCO) and MXC Guernsey, which holds a 10.6% stake, has extended its loan notes to 31 August 2026 in return for a £550,000 fee. The amount outstanding on the loan notes is £5.85m. MXC can also appoint an executive director and Ian Smith becomes interim chief executive. The shares returned from suspension following the release of figures for the year to September 2023 showing revenues 7% ahead at £26m. The loss was flat at £2.6m. There was a cash inflow from operating activities. Net debt was £6.3m at the end of September 2023.

Brake discs developer Surface Transforms (SCE) raised £6.5m fundraising at 1p/share. There will be a one-for 1.76036319 open offer at the same price. That could raise £2m. The cash will finance the scale up of manufacturing. Factory capacity will be increased to £75m. This year’s revenues are forecast to be £17.5m.

Gift wrap and stationery supplier IG Design (IGR) did better than expected in the year to March 2024 with margins recovering and pre-tax profit improving from $9.2m to $25.9m, compared with a forecast of $20.5m, even though revenues fell. Net cash nearly doubled to $95m. It appears the recovery is gathering pace. Management believes that margins could return to previous levels this year and an operating margin of more than 6% in 2026-27, suggesting a pre-tax profit of around $50m.

IT distributor Northamber (NAR) is acquiring Tempura Technology and Tempura Communications, which distribute unified communications products, for £6.02m in cash and 181,818 shares. There is £2.64m of the cash consideration contingent on EBITDA in the years ending June 2025, 2026 and 2027. This is a profitable business that has been growing organically.

Heavy mineral sands project developer Kazera Global (KZG) says recent changes at the National Nuclear Regulator in South Africa mean that it will have to provide additional information on how it will meet financial obligations. This should be funded by cash flow. A response is expected shortly and that will allow heavy mineral sands production to start in Alexander Bay, South Africa.

Oil and gas producer Jadestone Energy (JSE) reported a $91.3m loss for 2023 due to asset impairments, lower oil prices and higher interest costs. Capital investment has increased net debt to $110.5m by the end of March 2024. Average production in the first quarter of 2024 was 17,200 boe/day, which was hit by the Australian cyclone season. Production guidance for 2024 is 20,000-22,000 boe/day.


Castings (CGS) did better than expected in the year to March 2024 and Canaccord Genuity upgraded its pre-tax profit forecast from £27.1m to £28.2m. Margins improved in the second half. Net cash is £32m.

Cybersecurity firm Narf Industries (NARF) is accelerating work on capabilities uniquely effective in battling a new generation threat. Developed was funded through a $2.3m contract from DARPA.

Andrew Hore

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