Touch sensors manufacturer Zytronic (ZYT) has announced results for its half-year ended 31st March 2022 and that, whilst there are headwinds, it “remains well positioned to progress in its recovery, particularly now as the global sales and marketing activities resume”.
Hello Share Shufflers. Uncle Tom and Steve write appreciably about the touch sensor king Zytronic (ZYT). And I thought I'd like to support their enthusiasm. In an age when many more of us rely on digital gizmos, there can be little doubt that touch screens are more and more essential to those folks seeking an easier life
Newcastle-upon-Tyne touch sensors manufacturing company Zytronic(ZYT) has announced a trading update including that “revenues for the first five months are approximately 25% ahead year-on-year and we are maintaining operating margins at the improved levels of last year. The order book is 45% ahead of the same period last year”. That sounds good, but what does it mean tangibly?...
Developer and manufacturer of touch sensors for use with electronic displays in industrial, self-service and public access equipment, Zytronic (ZYT) was a September tip here and a share price fall in the last month has looked harsh to us. The company now clearly seems to think the same.
Recommending last month shares in developer and manufacturer of touch sensors for use with electronic displays in industrial, self-service and public access equipment, Zytronic(ZYT) at a 175p offer price we noted expected performance ahead of expectations and further potential in a faster return towards previous levels of trading.
Hello, Share Smirkers. Even niche businesses have been hit by covid. One such outfit is Zytronic (ZYT), which makes touch sensors for the electronics industry. However, a latest trading update from the company talks about a ‘considerable turnaround’. There’s been a return to profitability since the half year ended at the end of March. Both sales and margins have risen with strong cash generation.