CEPS plc – on 17th June “encouraged”, now; “materially behind expectations for the six months to 30 June”!
Kin and Carta – argues “will drive sustainable profitable growth in the new fiscal year”… so why a share price slide?
MySale – proposed bailout placing reinforces not far from existing shareholder wipeout… but for management ‘replacement’ “share incentive scheme” (natch!)
Redemptions Watch: two up, one down for Neil Woodford bad news still flows – welcome (once again) to the 90% club
Self-styled “leading provider of outsourced digital transformation and mobile payment solutions” Mi-Pay Group (MPAY) has updated including “trading for the first half of 2019 was broadly in line with management's expectations… two major contracts were renewed with clients representing 43% of the 2018 revenue during the period and strong operational metrics were delivered”… The shares are currently approaching 20% lower, below 8p. Hmmm…
Describing itself as “a leading provider of digital transformation and mobile payment solutions to Tier 1 Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Virtual Network Operators”, Mi-Pay (MPAY) “is pleased to present its unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2017”. The shares have responded to, er, sub 15p - approaching 20% lower!...
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