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Technology company to defence and related markets Cohort (CHRT) has updated on trading including that it “entered the new financial year with a substantial long-term order book of £242.4m, underpinning nearly £100m (2020: £84m) of current financial year revenue, representing 64% of expected consensus revenue for the year… the order book stood at just under £300m as at 16 September 2021, with revenue cover now standing at 82%”. So what of a currently lower share price of 568p?...
Defence and related markets products and services company Cohort (CHRT) has announced a trading update including “Net funds stronger than expected at c.£2m (30 April 2020: net debt of £4.7m; 31 October 2020: net debt of £6.1m)… order book of c.£240m (30 April 2020: £183.3m)… we see good prospects for further significant new orders”. Why then are the shares currently, at 636p, more than 5% lower in response?...
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