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Bronhill Group BONH saw revenue rise to £8m compared to £2.6m for the year to the end of March 2018. Adjusted EBITDA increased to  £0.9m from a loss of £0.4m and net assets jumped from £2m to £22.9m for the nine months to the 31st December. Arrangements are also under way for a maiden dividend to be paid for the six months  to the 30th June.

Spectra Systems SPSY has excellent prospects for maintaining strong earnings in 2019.and expects the annual dividend to be increased by 17% for payment in June, after a rise in profit before tax of 19%. For the year to 31st December, net income rose by 24%, adjusted earnings per share by 11% and EBITDA by 16%.

Be Heard Group plc BHRD Despite  a difficult start to 2018, which resulted in management changes becoming necessary, the year  finished strongly with group revenue rising by 51% and like for like revenue up by 15%. Adjusted EBITDA  increased by 90%. The operational loss for the year to 31st December came in at 9.7m but the company has now produced nine consecutive months of profitability up to February, with strong organic growth.

MediaZest plc MDZ has faced a difficult economic background since the interim results were announced on the 5th November. Accordingly the Board now expects the full year results for the year ended 31 March 2019 will be below current market expectations, although they will still be an improvement on the previous year. the Group’s trading results for the second half of the financial year (6 months to 31 March 2019) are expected to be lower than the first half of the year. A small loss after tax is now expected for the year end..New business , combined with recurring revenue contracts, will provide the Group with a base for further growth over the next 12 months.

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Quoted Micro 3 October 2016

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Newbury Racecourse (NYR) reported flat interim revenues of £5.56m and a higher underlying loss because of the loss of three race days to bad weather. There was a cash outflow from operations of £1.51m. The sale of a final tranche of land to David Wilson Homes has generated a disposal profit of £20.1m but the cash has not been received yet. There is £7.56m of cash in the balance sheet but the disposal proceeds will be received as homes are sold. The current market capitalisation is £17.6m, whereas shareholders funds are £44.9m.

Chapel Down Group (CDGP) says that interim revenues were 26% higher at £4.09m with the fastest growth coming in the Curious Drinks business, although the wine operations increased revenues by 14% and still remain the core activities. Curious Drinks raised £1.74m during the period and that led to a notional gain on disposal of £467,000. The cash outflow from group operations reduced from £713,000 to £441,000.

Halal verification business DagangHalal (DGHL) reported higher revenues in the six months to June 2016 but the costs of raising £3.6m and joining ISDX helped push the company into loss. Revenues grew from MYR2.96m to MYR3.34m but MYR3.54m of flotation costs and nearly trebled overheads meant that a pre-tax profit of MYR1.18m was turned into a loss of MYR4.49m. DagangHalal has not had time to invest the funds it raised, there was MYR14.9m in the bank at the end of June 2016, so this should help revenues to grow to offset he higher overheads. Management was also distracted by the flotation in the first half. The company has developed a global e-marketplace and two more certification bodies have signed up for the Halal verification engine, taking the total to 40, and two say that they will sign up for the Halal certificate management system, which has eight users. The number of merchants using the system has also increased.

In the six months to June 2016, WMC Retail Partners (WELL) reduced its loss helped by the release of £42,000 of past provisions. Revenues dipped from £2.15m to £2.05m but the loss fell from £226,000 to £78,000. No interim dividend has been declared. Management expects to make an announcement about loss-making Cornish Market World in the near future.

Diversified Oil & Gas (DOIL) has almost trebled its first half revenues from $2.9m to $7.6m. One-off books gains meant that the reported pre-tax profit was $36.5m but in reality there was an underlying loss. There was a $381,000 cash outflow from operations. The company continues to make acquisitions.

Mechan Controls (MECP) is holding a general meeting to gain shareholder approval to buy back up to 200,000 shares – equivalent to 10% of the shares in issue. This is part of the board’s plan to enable shareholders to realise part of their investment following the termination of bid talk earlier in the year.

Ecovista (EVTP) says that planning permission has been granted by East Herts Council for 100 Rye Street.The building will be demolished and a six bedroom home will be built on the site. In the six months to June 2016, the loss increased from £92,000 to £168,000. Ecovista is seeking additional finance in order to acquire the 85% of Cingella Srl it does not already own. The company has until the end of 2017 to pay €4m for this stake. Ecovista’s interim loss increased from £36,000 to £168,000.

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Conference call technology and services provider LoopUp (LOOP) has reported its interims one month after joining AIM. In the six months to June 2016, revenues grew from £4.81m to £6.38m. That includes revenues from a BT contract which is almost at an end and underlying growth was 38%. There was a pre-tax profit of £72,000, compared with a £619,000 loss. The cash raised in the flotation and the conversion of debt into shares means that pro forma net cash is £3.16m.The US is the biggest generator of revenues with the UK not far behind. The cash will be invested in further development spending and marketing. Non-executive chairman Lady Judge bought 15,754 shares at 126p each, compared with the flotation price of 100p. This is her total shareholding.

Gold recovery firm Goldplat (GDP) moved back into profit in the year to June 2016 as the performance of the gold recovery activities in South Africa and Ghana improved with more to come from capital investment in these operations. Revenues grew from £16.6m to £20.2m with a loss of £796,000 turning into a profit of £1.94m. Strong cash generation meant that there was net cash of £2.06m. There was a 23% increase in gold production, which included a toll processing contract with Rand Refinery. In contrast to the growth in output from the recovery operations, there was less produced by the Kilimapesa mine in Kenya . A new processing plant should come into action by the end of this year which will increase capacity; at Kilimepesa. There is scope to expand recovered gold production by sourcing material from South America.

Training systems supplier Pennant International (PEN) returned to profit in the first half of 2016 even though a number of major orders have not yet made a significant contribution. Revenues grew from £5.78m to £6.65m, while a loss of £755,000 was turned into a profit of £11,000. Four new contracts have been secured, including one with new client Lockheed Martin. Net cash was £2.6m at the end of the period, with £3.56m raised at 55p a share since June, but there is no dividend. The order book is worth £46m. There are tax losses of £4.7m so there should be no significant tax charge for up to three years depending on how fast profitability improves. A full year profit of £2.2m is forecast. Management wants to supplement organic growth with acquisitions, which are most likely to be in the core defence sector.

Shares in Sareum (SAR) doubled on the back of a licence agreement for its Chk1 inhibitor CCT245737 with ProNAi Therapeutics. Sareum and co-investment partner CRT Pioneer Fund will receive an initial payment of $7m with up to $2m payable on the successful transfer of two ongoing phase I clinical trials for the cancer drug. Sareum will receive 27.5% of these payments and it will have £300,000 of funding commitment returned. There could be additional payments totalling up to $319.5m depending on the achievement of milestones. There could be low single digit or high double digit royalties on a commercial product.

Savannah Resources (SAV) has raised £1.42m at 3.5p a share and directors and related investors have agreed to provide a further £830,000 at the same share price. The rest of the cash will come in after the closed period has ended. The funds will be used to develop copper projects in Oman and finance other projects in Mozambique and Finland. Joint venture partner Rio Tinto has extended the long stop date for the agreement over the combined Mutamba/Jangamo project in Mozambique until 10 October or a later agreed date. The interim loss was reduced from £1m to £800,000.

Premier African Minerals (PREM) made an increased interim loss because of operational issues at the RHA tungsten mine. The plant has been upgraded so these problems should be at an end and processing rates should improve. A further expansion to 16,000t a year is planned for next year and that investment could have an impact on production levels. Net debt was $3.8m at the end of June 2016.

Thor Mining (THR) is awaiting confirmation of assay results for its Molyhill tungsten project in Australia. The initial indications are that there is anomalous tungsten. Thor may start more closely spaced drilling after the results are received. A £1m impairment on the disposal of the Spring Hill project in February meant that the interim loss before tax increased from £880,000 to £1.75m. The initial proceeds of the disposal helped to reduce net debt to £445,000.

ValiRx (VAL) is on course to start dosing patients with lung cancer with its VAL401 treatment in the phase IIb trial. Higher R&D spending meant that the interim loss increased from £1.37m to £2.12m. There was £569,000 left in the bank at the end of June 2016 and since then £1.2m has been raised and a convertible loan facility of up to $3.75m has been agreed with Yorkville.

Cloud services provider Nasstar (NASA) increased its monthy recurring revenues to £1.23m even before the recent acquisition of Modrus which took the figure to £1.7m. In the first half of 2016, revenues were 14% higher at £8.1m. Underlying pre-tax profit improved from £860,000 to £981,000. Pro forma net debt is £3.5m and cash flow should be strong enough to wipe this out by the end of 2017. Full year profit is expected to rise from £1.6m to £2m. The benefits of the Modrus acquisition should help the profit to rise to £3.5m in 2017.

Digital audio visual agency MediaZest (MDZ) has won £250,000 of contracts in the past six weeks. The company has also said that the previously announced project with Rockar is for Jaguar Land Rover at Westfield Stratford.

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Standard list shell Auctus Growth (AUCT) is still seeking an acquisition and it has just over £1m left in the bank. The directors’ are not taking any salaries yet and costs are running at £35,000 a year.

Andrew Hore

 

Quoted Micro 15 August 2016

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Beer and spirits volumes were both higher in the first half for Adnams (ADB). Beer volumes were 7% ahead, while the volumes of the less-mature spirits business were 60% higher in the first half. However, increased marketing costs meant that operating profit fell from £962,000 to £624,000, while disposal profit jumped from £407,000 to £1.42m – including the sale of UK distribution rights for Lagunitas to Heineken. The second half is always stronger for the pub and retail operations. A £7m investment is being made to increase brewery capacity by next summer. The A and B dividends have been increased by 5.6% to 19p and 76p respectively. The record date for the dividends is 9 September. There were 132 shares traded during the week at prices between 10500p and 10850p.

WMC Retail Partners (WELL) expects to make a lower interim loss this year. WMC has agreed in principle a funding package of £1.8m plus revised terms for the lease of Cornish Market World, which is still losing money even though a reconfiguration has improved performance. Interests related to two directors are lending the company £300,000, taking the total outstanding to £400,000, ahead of completion of the funding package. These loans are repayable at the end of November but longer term loans, which shareholders have to approve, are being negotiated.

National Milk Records (NMRP) has appointed Mark Frankcom, who has previous experience in the dairy industry, as its new finance director. Since April 2011, Frankcom has been a director of Gloucestershire-based Combined Brewers, which was known as Cotswold Spring Brewery prior to its merger with Severn Vale Brewery, where he owns 33.3% of the shares. At 77.5p (76p/79p) a share , NMR is valued at £5.8m. The latest trade was 320 shares at 76p each on 10 August.

There has been mixed news for blockchain technology investor Coinsilium (COIN). Factom, which has developed technology to time stamp trading data, has done a deal with digital information platform DataYes to publish pricing data on the “3,000 most valuable Chinese stocks”. Coinsilium has a 1.9% stake in Factom. The management of Mexico-based digital currency exchange MeXBT, where Coinsilium has a 17.6% stake, has temporarily suspended its exchange operations in order to perform a review.

Diversified Oil & Gas (DOIL) has bought back £197,000 worth of 8.5% unsecured bonds from a bondholder fund. There are £9.93m worth of bonds in issue, including the bonds bought back.

AIM

Premier Technical Services Group (PTSG) continued to grow strongly in the first half and it has not been hit by the Brexit vote. In the past two weeks, Premier has secured two access installation contracts worth £2.5m. The construction-related order book stretches out to 2018 and the testing and maintenance operations also have a strong order book. The two dry and wet riser systems installation businesses acquired in July will contribute to the second half.

Staff turnover is holding back the progress of energy procurement services provider Utilitywise (UTW) and it has overhauled its management, including the appointment of a new chief executive. Brendan Flattery is joining the company at the beginning of October, having previously headed Sage’s European business. Sales grew by 19% in the year to July 2016, while EBITDA will be slightly higher than last year at around £18m. Earnings per share forecasts have been reduced by around 10% to 17.7p, which is slightly lower than the previous year.

Digital media company Milestone (MSG) is providing NaPo with a white label version of its Backstage HD music publishing platform. NaPo is a mobile reward platform and revenues generated will be shared 50/50.

Audio visual services provider MediaZest (MDZ) says that it is targeting its first ever post tax profit in 2016-17. In the year to March 2016m revenues grew from £2.48m to £3.14m, while the post tax loss was cut from £656,000 to £109,000, excluding share-based payment charge. There are two large projects that could come through later this year or early in 2017.

Self-storage sites operator Lok’nStore (LOK) says that like-for-like storage occupancy was 2% higher last year and prices have increased by a similar percentage. This lead to a 5.2%increase in sales and means that Lok’nStore is on course to increase earnings per share buy one-third to 10.3p. There are plans for new outlets including one in Gillingham, Kent.

Information management software provider Ideagen has acquired Covalent, which is similar to its own business, for £3.6m. Covalent has a customer base that includes the NHS, local government and housing associations and annual recurring revenues are £1.9m. This deal has led to a 8% increase in forecast 2017-18 earnings per share to 3.5p.

Mining services provider Management Resource Solutions (MRS) has agreed to acquire the min assets of SubZero Group Ltd for A$6.12m in cash and shares. This cost includes the assumption of A$2.85m of equipment finance and employee benefits. SubZero, which has generated annual revenues of A$40m, fits with MRS’ project management and labour hire businesses and will double group revenues. Operating sites will be consolidated and corporate costs reduced. Rising coal prices should lead to recovery in demand for the group’s services in Australia.

MAIN MARKET

Publisher Quarto (QRT) has acquired becker&mayer publishing assets for $9.8m. The US-based business is a book publisher and toy business and a further $1.25m could become payable. The US will account for 45% of group revenues, while children‘s publishing will be 30% of group revenues. Quarto is second half weighted so the interim loss is no surprise. The interim dividend is unchanged at 5.13 cents a share but in pence terms it will be higher. Full year profit is expected to improve from $14.1m to $15.5m.

Tex Holdings (TXH) says that a change in mix of work meant that profit did not reflect the improvement in interim turnover from £17.8m to £20.6m. Pre-tax profit was flat at £495,000. Plastics turnover fell in the first half but sales volumes have picked up in the second half. The interim dividend has been increased by one-quarter to 2.5p a share.

Andrew Hore

Quoted Micro 16 May 2016

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Carduus Housing (CHPB/CHP2) has discovered that £1.43m of its cash has been paid to Carduus Finance Ltd and £875,000 to a third party. It is estimated that £1.675m of this cash did not conform to budgeted spending or the company’s investment strategy. Carduus Finance has subsequently sold its stake in Carduus Housing for £1. Pankaj Rajani owns 75% and Beaufort Securities 25%. Peterhouse has resigned as corporate adviser and Brian Gilmour, Drew Oswald and Luke Cairns have resigned as directors. Pankaj Rajani and Darren Edmonston have joined the Carduus board. Gilmour is one of the main shareholders in Carduus Ltd, the holding company for Carduus Finance. On 2 February 2016, in his capacity as sole director, he made a solvency statement for Carduus Ltd. Stuart Black who was a director of ISDX-quoted Etaireia Investments is a former director of Carduus Ltd and Carduus Finance. When Black was on the Etaireia board it claimed it had planning permission for a site in Scotland but this proved to be untrue. Carduus Housing joined ISDX on 30 September 2015 when £3.5m of 6.5% unsecured bonds were admitted to trading. It has subsequently raised £3.5m from the issue of 6.25% unsecured bonds. Trading in the bonds remains suspended pending clarification of its financial position. The strategy is to invest in affordable housing, with 37 properties currently owned, but this may be changed. There is still £1.9m in the bank. The company will try to recover the cash that has been paid out for reasons outside the remit of the corporate strategy. Carduus Housing may need to raise additional cash by 2020 in order to redeem the bonds.

Secured Property Developments (SPD) continues to seek a suitable residential development project and it has widened the scope of its search to outside of the M25. A property in Scarborough has been sold for £327,500 – it was in the books for £300,000 – and no other investment properties are owned. The NAV was £758,000 at the end of 2015. There should be more than £700,000 in cash after the disposal. At 19.5p (18p/21p) a share, Secured Property is valued at £400,000.

Leni Gas Cuba (CUBA) is linking up with Commercial Funded Solar Ltd (CFS) in order to install and operate renewable energy assets in Cuba. CFS was established as a limited company in February 2015. The directors include Dmitry Gavrilov, who joined the board in March 2016 and is a 10% shareholder, and Timothy Dobson, who owns 80% of the company. Cuba wants to produce 24% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030. The funding for any projects will come from external investors. The income related to developing and installing the plant will be shared 50/50 while Leni Gas Cuba will receive 25% of the revenues from operational contracts. At 1.35p (1.2p/1.5p) a share, Leni Gas Cuba is valued at £6.7m.

Brett Miller has resigned as a director of Gledhow Investments (GDH), although he remains company secretary, and has sold his 2.2 million shares at 2.2472p each – a large premium to the market price. At 1p (0.75p/1.25p) a share, Gledhow is valued at £490,000. On 11 May, 170,000 shares were traded at 1.15p each. Peterhouse employee Guy Miller has joined the board. He owns 264,700 shares.

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Online retailer of musical instruments Gear4music (G4M) more than doubled its underlying operating profit in the year to February 2016. Revenues increased from £24.2m to £35.5m, while underlying operating profit excluding flotation cots jumped from £376,000 to £895,000. There was a small pre-tax profit after interest charges. The cash raised in the flotation means that these interest charges will be significantly reduced this year. Net cash was £2.6m even after investing in higher inventories. The product range is being expanded by 20% each year. Instead of a London showroom, the company is planning to open up European distribution hubs. There is a chance of a dividend for this financial year.

AdEPT Telecom (ADT) is acquiring managed IT and telephony services provider Comms Group UK for £3.5m plus surplus cash. The management is remaining with the business which has long-term relationships with small business customers. The business made an operating profit of £500,000 in the year to March 2015 and that is estimated to have risen to £800,000 in 2015-16, so the deal should be immediately earnings enhancing. Further information on AdEPT can be found at http://www.hubinvest.com/AIMPDFMay2016_80.pdf.

Digital performance marketing services provider XLMedia (XLM) says current trading remains strong and it still has organic growth opportunities on top of the potential for consolidation. The strategic review has been completed and XLMedia still believes that it should remain on AIM. The company will continue to seek opportunities in new territories and sectors as well as further developing its technology.

Marble quarry business Fox Marble (FOX) has raised £2m at 10p a share and the directors have agreed to take their salaries in shares at the market price. The cash will help to finish the Kosovo factory where cut and polished marble slabs should be produced by the summer.

MediaZest (MDZ) has raised £250,000 through a share issue at 0.1p each and it has capitalised a loan of £50,000 at 0.15p a share. The audio visual company says that it made its best ever performance in the year to March 2016. The cash will help to finance working capital for projects with HMV, Adidas and Diesel. MediaZest is trying to build a recurring revenue base.

MAIN MARKET

Telecoms services provider Toople (TOOP) made strong start to trading on the standard list despite the limited nature of its current business. One man who will be pleased to see the shares go to a premium is chief executive Andrew Hollingworth, who acquired his 26% stake for less than £20,000 when the company was formed on 2 March 2016and it is currently worth more than £2m. His shares were issued at 0.0667p each compared with the placing price of 8p a share and the current share price of 8.88p. Hollingworth has an annual salary of £120,000 –Toople will have to grow to generate revenues that high – and seven weeks holiday entitlement each year. Former Coms boss David Brieth sold the main operating businesses to the group for 39 million shares and he is paid £120,000 a year, which is effectively for a three day week.

In the six months to March 2016, trickle ventilator and window components manufacturer Titon (TON) reported a dip in profit from £792,000 to £735,000 on flat revenues of £10.9m. That was due to weak Korean trading as competition increased. Net cash was £2.46m at the end of March 2016.

Engineering and environmental consultancy Waterman Group (WTM) says that revenues were 10% ahead in the first nine months of this financial year and is on course for a full year profit of £3.3m in the year to June 2016. Net cash will be better than expected. Waterman wants to improve its operating margin from 3.3% in 2014-15 to around 6% in 2018-19.

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ANDREW HORE

Daily Actions – UK AIM market 21042016

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Basic Resources    
Centamin Sell Neutral
Chaarat Gold Holdings Neutral Buy
Goldstone Resources Buy Neutral
Jubilee Platinum Neutral Buy
Minco Buy Neutral
Construction    
Elecosoft Buy Neutral
Financial Services    
Polo Resources Buy Neutral
Raven Russia Neutral Buy
Tiziana Life Sciences Buy Neutral
Health Care    
Cyprotex Buy Neutral
Industrial Good & Services    
Elektron Technology Buy Neutral
Hargreaves Services Strong Buy Buy
MobilityOne Buy Neutral
Tanfield Group Buy Neutral
Media    
Mediazest Neutral Buy
Oil & Gas – Explorers    
Serica Energy Buy Neutral
Technology    
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Basic Resources
Amur Minerals Corporation Neutral Buy
Patagonia Gold Buy Neutral
Solgold Buy Neutral
Chemicals
Inspiration Healthcare Group Neutral Buy
Construction
SWP Group Sell Neutral
Financial Services
ADVFN Buy Strong Buy
Amphion Innovations Buy Neutral
Dragon-Ukrainian Properties & Development Buy Neutral
Food & Beverage
Agriterra Strong Buy Buy
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Hydro International Sell Neutral
21st Century Technology Sell Neutral
Media
Mediazest Neutral Buy
Oil & Gas – Producers
Frontera Resources Buy Neutral
Northern Petroleum Neutral Buy
PetroCeltic International Buy Neutral
Technology
Indigovision Group Neutral Buy
Netcall Buy Neutral
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Modern Water Neutral Buy

 

 


 

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Standard Chartered Buy Neutral
House Construction
Persimmon Neutral Sell
Engineering & Machinery
Vitec Group Neutral Buy
Food Producers & Processors
Unilever (UK) Neutral Sell
Insurance
Amlin Sell Neutral
Media & Entertainment
Informa Sell Neutral
Johnston Press Neutral Buy
WPP Neutral Sell
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