Wednesday 12 December 2018 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
Wildwood and dim t restaurants company Tasty (TAST) has announced results for its half year ended 1st July 2018, including “in February 2018 we implemented major operational structural changes and are beginning to see early signs of improvements which we expect to continue in the second half of the year”. The shares have currently responded, er, approaching 15% lower, at 14.5p!…
Wildwood and dim t UK restaurant company Tasty (TAST) has announced results for the 2017 calendar year – with “highlights” including; “Revenue up 9.7% to £50.3m” and “The financial performance of the group was in line with the board's revised expectation”. Hmmm, “revised expectation” hey…
A Trading Update for the 2017 calendar year from Tasty plc (TAST) includes that “trading for the period has been in line with expectations”. However, the shares are currently a further more than 5% lower below 30p having commenced 2017 at more than 140p. Hmmm…
AIM-listed restaurant group Tasty plc (TAST) served up its interims to 2 July this morning. Starters included good news that revenue was up 12% and that four new sites were opened. But the main course left a bad flavour in the mouth, reflected in the (last seen) drop of 12% in the share price.
March-announced 2016 results from restaurant group Tasty (TAST) included that “the directors believe the group's core 'Wildwood' brand remains attractive to customers”, but that “trading since year has proved challenging and the directors are now expecting headline operating profit for 2017 to be below that achieved in 2016”. Hopefully the warning was heeded as the shares are currently further lower on the back of a “Trading Statement” announcement…
What can be seen on the daily share price chart of Tasty (TAST) is the way that even though this has been an extended bull run, the real excitement for the shares has occurred over the past couple of months in terms of position action for the longs.
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