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Last year, after an April results announcement, Connect Group (CNCT) updated on trading towards the end of July. This year, with a results announcement on 1st May – when it was also announced that “Chief Financial Officer, David Bauernfeind, has decided to step down from his role and the board to pursue a new opportunity”, a further “Trading Update” already. Uh oh…
Hello Share Bunnies. You may be tempted top think that shares in magazine companies could be a bit iffy following Trinity Mirror’s (TNI) decision to pull the plug on its latest daily newspaper. But there is a company in this line which is doing rather well. Connect (CNCT) is Britain’s largest magazine and newspaper outfit.
It may actually be said that the highlight of the price action here at Connect Group over the recent past year was actually last year with the gap through the 50 day moving average then towards 135p.
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