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A new Julie Meyer CCJ emerges - even though Ms Lingerie on Expenses claims she has no personal financial troubles
DEADLINE MIDNIGHT TODAY: One more chance for Juicin to win a semi naked photo of Thirsty Paul Scott in Bulletin Board Moron of the week
Escher Group (ESCH) has announced a 185p per share recommended offer, with Chairman Nick Winks emphasising “this cash offer with its substantial premium is a good outcome for our shareholders - given the uncertainty inherent in our customers' spending patterns and traditional one-off licence based business model, as well as the need to invest further in the business”.. Wait a minute though Nick, the shares were over 300p in 2014 and over 200p as recently as October! And...
On Friday software group Escher (ESCH) noted financials “marginally ahead” on previously suggested and it’s now emphasised a “very positive” first deployment of its ‘Riposte’ platform in a pure banking environment, stating “confirming the potential of our technology in the digitisation of branch-banking processes”. Hmmm…
Postal, retail and financial industries point of service software provider Escher Group (ESCH) has updated including “revenue is expected to be marginally ahead of the figure published in the Trading Update on 14 November 2017 and adjusted EBITDA is expected to be in the order of $2.8m”. The shares have responded slightly higher to a current 137.5p, though that compares with 200p exceeded last year…
A 4th December 2015 “Trading update” from Escher Group (ESCH) was a warning that “the group will not now close additional license sales that it had expected in H2”. There was no late-year update in 2016, but this year there’s now a “Trading Update”. Hmmm...
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