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Specialist supplier of colour cosmetics and owner of the W7 and Technic brands, Warpaint London (W7L) “is pleased to announce that the contract with Ward & Hagon, has been renewed for a further 12 months”. I bet one Warpaint London director is particularly pleased...
Previously writing on cosmetics company Warpaint London (W7L), in November with the shares at 69p I concluded there does look further recovery potential here. Now I suggest at least worthy of watchlists. The shares last closed at 84p and are currently above 90p on the back of a trading update...
“Warpaint London plc (W7L), the specialist supplier of colour cosmetics and owner of the W7 and Technic brands is pleased to announce an update on the sales of the group's products in Tesco and Wilko stores, together with details of a change of board role”. The shares have responded higher, to currently 69p – though that still comparing to more than 80p at the end of February...
Cosmetics supplier Warpaint London (W7L) has updated including it “has undertaken a number of significant cost cutting measures... Christmas order book… continues to build… the board believes that, even if the current lockdown measures were to remain in place until the end of the year, the group has the financial strength to withstand a disruption to its activities until at least the end of 2020 without the need to seek any additional funding”. The shares have currently responded to 45p, more than 5% lower…
Warpaint London (W7L), “the specialist supplier of colour cosmetics and owner of the W7 and Technic brands”, commences a “Trading Update” with that it “is pleased to announce that it currently anticipates that group sales for the financial year to 31 December 2019 will be approximately £50 million, in line with the guidance provided in the company's trading update on 6 August 2019”. The shares have responded to around 70p – more than 14% lower!...
Cosmetics company Warpaint London (W7L) has updated including that it “continues to see encouraging international sales growth, in particular in the EU and the US”. But what about overall performance? – the shares are currently below 60p, approaching 30% lower on the day. Uh oh…
Mid September-announced half-year results from cosmetics company Warpaint London (W7L) saw it noting an order book “allowing us visibility and confidence for the full year outturn” and that “prospects are encouraging and Warpaint is well positioned to continue to deliver increasing shareholder value in 2018”. Six weeks later, a “Trading Update”. Should be good then…
Hello Share Smiters. Just before I left school there was a hit song by the Brook Brothers. And now I can’t get it out of my head. It was called Warpaint, all about a girlfriend who overdid her make-up. That could be how today’s choice for your further researches got its name.
Specialist supplier of colour cosmetics and owner of the W7 brand, Warpaint London (W7L) “is pleased” to update that it “continued to perform well during 2017 and the board confirms that it expects to report results in line with management expectations for the financial year” and that “2018 has started well and we look forward to the future with confidence”. But what are the expectations – and how do they compare to a current just over 200p share price?...
Hello Share Seekers. Christmas sees a big market for women's make-up, as everyone dashes off to business, social and family parties. So a company which should be raking it in at the moment is Warpaint London (W7L).
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