Saturday 23 June 2018 | ShareProphets: The one stop source for breaking news, expert analysis, and podcasts on fast-moving AIM and LSE listed shares
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: the fraudster's best friend in journalism, Ben Harrington, does his master's bidding again
Transense Technologies – General Meeting approval for new equity… but just how long will the new funds last?
Shares in TV and multimedia content producer Zinc Media (ZIN) are currently leading the risers today – up 35%, towards 0.70p, on the back of a “US Agent Deal and TV Commission Awards” announcement…
David Galan of Zinc Media (ZIN) strikes me as a nice guy but what do I know? I am not sure I am up to speed on the Zinc story ( Alzheimer's again) so here is a refresher from Galan.
I’ve previously cautioned on shares in Zinc Media (ZIN) - most recently HERE, and note they currently approaching 17% lower today, towards 0.60p, on the back of a half-year results announcement…
At the start of July 2016 it was announced that CEO Mark Wood would be stepping down with immediate effect. Now, TV and multimedia content producer Zinc Media (ZIN) “is pleased to announce the appointment of David Galan as Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect”. Hmmm, what’s the story here?...
Following a positive share price performance since late last month-announced results for its year ended 30th June 2017, with there also subsequently a “Contract Extension” announcement and the shares last closing at 1.15p, there is now from Zinc Media (ZIN) an announcement of a “Proposed Acquisition and Placing to Raise £3.5m” - at 0.90p…
I previously wrote on TV and multimedia content group Zinc Media (ZIN) on its results for its half year ended 31st December 2016 HERE. Recently the company, and now also its broker, have updated…
Small AIM outfit Zinc Media (ZIN) released its interim results last week and trumpeted that it is continuing to move in the right direction, but I would question whether the turnaround is happening fast enough to make the shares attractive.
The results announcement for its half year ended 31st December 2016 from the former Ten Alps plc, now Zinc Media Group (ZIN), emphasises “decisive action taken” and “for the first time in recent years, the company reported a profit at the adjusted EBITDA level”. So why are the shares more than 9% lower, heading towards 1.20p, on the back of the release?...
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