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Ian Pollard – Tesco Forecasts £1.57 Billion Profits and 2p Final Dividend

Tesco TSCO is to publish its prospectus and other documents later today for its proposed merger with Booker. These will include a profit forecast of £1,57 billion for the year to 24th February 2018 and an intention to pay a final dividend of 2p per share.

Electrocomponents ECM  The quarter to the 31st January produced a strong underlying revenue performance with growth of 14%. Each of the 5 regions produced double digit underlying growth. The Performance Improvement Plan stage 1 has now been completed and the company is  excited by the opportunity for further growth and improvement.

Wizz Air Holdings WIZZ Passenger numbers grew by 24.4% in January, slightly less than seat capacity which was up by 24.8%. Load factor fell by 0.3%


Murgitroyd Group MUR is to increase its interim dividend by 30% to 6.5p per share for the half year to the 30th November. Profit before tax rose by 14% and basic earnings per share by 14%. The board is confident of further long term growth.

Croma Security Solutions CSSG trading for the 6 months to the 31st December has been exceptionally strong and EBITDA is expected to have grown from  £0.44m to £1.1m. Record profits are expected for the full year.

Eckoh ECK has secured six sizeable new orders since the interim results were announced on the 17th November. These were in a variety of sectors including, healthcare,  insurance and mobile telecoms where the client was one of the UK’s largest mobile telephone operators. Benefits are expected to start accruing  in the second half.

Smart Metering Systems SMS saw total annualised revenue rise by 38% in the year to the 31st December. In the Electricity division, meter recurring revenue nearly tripled to £11.2m. Results for the year are expected to be inline with current market expectations


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Smith & Nephew Expects Full Year at Lower End Of Guidance

Smith & Nephew SN does not have much to say for itself in its third quarter update except that after a rise in revenue of only 3%, the outlook for the full year is that it will now be at the lower end of  guidance range.

TP ICAP plc TCAP admits that it is not looking forward to quarter four’s revenue figures as trading conditions are expected to remain challenging after quarter 3 produced only modest growth of 3% compared to the first nine months of the year produced 9% growth. The Chief Financial officer is leaving the Board immediately with out waiting for a successor to be found. A temporary successor has been appointed although the present occupant has agreed to stay until the end of year  if only to help with a smooth transition.

H&T Group HAT The strong trading performance seen in the first half has been maintained in the second half and full year profit before tax will be above market expectations.

Northamber NAR The Chairman’ optimism over positive and worthwhile progress at the time of the interim results in March, has evaporated  after revenue for the full year suffered what is described as a “slight’ loss of over 10%. However, the second half decline was not as severe as that in the first half and the pre tax loss for the full year has decreased substantially from £1,2330,000 to £999,000.

Croma Sec. Sol. Grp. CSSG Trading in the current financial year is appreciably ahead of last year with revenue growth of 15.9%. EBITDA is up by 35% and earnings per share stand at 2.13p

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