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One Media iP Group OMG A resurgent music industry saw its longest period of revenue growth since the 1990s so it is no surprise that One Media Group enjoyed strong growth over the year to the 31st October 2018. Revenue rose by 16%, EBITDA by 44% and operating profit by 94%. Growth was also driven by increased consumer demand and the board was enhanced by the appointment of Lord Grade.
Sumo Group plc SUMO enjoyed substantial growth in revenue and profitability in the year to 31st December with adjusted revenue rising by 35.9%. 3 major projects have been launched or published since November, the last one being due in May. A positive start has been made to the new financial year with an unusually high degree of earnings visibility. The video games market is forecast to grow around 30% in the next three years, driven by demand for new cloud-based subscription platform content supported by the world’s biggest publishers, The company believes that the outlook for the Group is as good as ever. Adjusted revenue for the year grew by 35.9%, EBITDA by 24.6% and adjusted profit before tax by 20.2%. On a reported basis the loss before taxation shrank from £28.0m to £0.5m
City Pub Group CPC made significant progress in the developing both the Group and profits during the year to the 3ist December. Revenue rose by 22%, adjusted EBITDA by 28% and profits by 60%. The total dividend was increased by 22% to 2.75p per share. Substantial progress has been made with 11 pubs opened in 2018 and putting the group on track for an estate of 65-70 pubs by mid-2021.
Gooch & Housego GHH Has seen during the six months to the 31st March 2019 a downturn in demand for critical components, particularly from China. In contrast to demand for fibre optic products used in undersea networks, which is strong. The microelectronics sector is cyclical and expected to follow the usual pattern by picking up during the second half of the year. The order book at the year end was string, standing at £93.2 million .
Diageo plc DGE updates prior to its AGM that the year has started well but increased foreign exchange volatility in emerging markets will have a £175m impact on sales and a £45m.impact on operating profit for the fiscal year.
Stobart Group plc STOB has issued a pre close trading statement for the six months to the 31st August showing that aviation passenger numbers at London Southend Airport have risen by 37%. Further growth will be added with the start of Ryanair flights in spring 2019, the target being to reach 5m passengers per year by 2022. Stobart claims it is well placed to deliver the ambitious growth targets set by the Board to double the value of the business. An interim dividend of 4.5p per share is to be paid.
Kier Group plc KIE announces what it describes as a good set of results for the year to 30th June with all divisions performing well. The year ended with a record order book of 10.2bn in construction and services. Both profit before tax and basic earnings per share rose by 9% and an increase of 2% is proposed in the full year dividend.
Iofina IOF has continued to improve both revenue and profitability. in the half year to the 30th June. Revenue rose by 20% on top of which it benefited from price rises of 8% and production increases. Iodine prices are continuing to rise and production increased by 12% ahead of revised production targets. EBITDA was up by 6% and the operating loss was reduced to $47,000 and the loss before tax to $0.8m.
The City Pub Group CPC claims it made strong progress in the half year to the 1st July, with sales up by 24%, adjusted EBITDA by 25% and adjusted profit before tax by 73%. Nine pubs have been opened this year and it anticipates operating more than 50 by mid 2019. It is ahead of its strategy to double in size to 65-70 sites by 2021.The momentum seen in the first half has continued into the second half