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Previously writing on provider of technology-based training and support to the defence and regulated civilian sectors, Pennant International (PEN), last year with the shares down to 36p I noted its cash flow is clearly currently unsustainable and it is profitable orders conversion which is key. The company has now announced calendar year 2020 results including emphasising “a much-improved performance in the second half of the year” and “year-end order book stood at £31 million… of which £14 million of revenue… is scheduled for recognition within one year”. Why are the shares, at 38p, approaching 14% lower in response?...
Provider of technology-based training and support to the defence and regulated civilian sectors, Pennant International (PEN) previously updated last month, though a trading update for the first half of 2020 today sees the shares currently at 36p, more than 7.5% lower...
Previously writing on Pennant International (PEN), in May, with the shares falling below 100p, I noted “potential delay” of a major contract & director spoofing concluding that the director share developments and clear order challenges saw my stance to sell / bargepole. Now a “Pre-Close Trading Update”…
Towards the end of January Pennant International (PEN) was “pleased to announce” a £1.8 million placing at 110p per share, with the announcement including “negotiations are progressing for the award of the potential contract for which Pennant was 'down-selected' in August last year (as announced on 9 August 2018). The group still expects the award to be confirmed in the first half of 2019”. Today a “Major Programme Update”…
Shares in Pennant (PEN) closed May at 34.25p before... 1st June: “New Contract Awards worth in excess of £13 million”, 16th June: “New Contract Award and Trading Update”, 19th July: “Record Order Book drives expansion of premises” - and now there is a dump extraordinaire...
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