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Hostelworld – trading “as anticipated”… so why is the share price recovery further slipping?

Hostel market-focused online travel group Hostelworld (HSW) has updated on trading including that travel demand remained muted throughout Q4 2020 with ongoing travel restrictions. Although that was “as anticipated”, the shares, already down from more than 85p recovered to in November, are currently further lower towards 76p…

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Hostelworld – “pleased to announce” half-year results... it sure?...

Online travel group Hostelworld (HSW) states it “is pleased to announce its interim results for the period ended 30 June 2020”. Hmmm – how ‘pleasing’ can they be?…

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Hostelworld has had a rough patch but pays a good dividend and could turn things around - buy

Although my main focus is in the oil and mining sectors, I do also follow quite a few shares which don’t fall into this category, with Hostelworld (HSW) being one of them.

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Keir-Blimey! Woodford raising more much-needed cash by dumping good shares

We all know that markets have been a bit skittish recently, which will mean that investors will be looking to sell unit trust holdings. And we know that Neil Woodford has faced the double whammy of redemptions and his cash-hungry dogs which need feeding. And on Friday morning Kier group (KIE) announced a rights issue: it never rains….

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Is Neil Woodford running short of cash?

Having noted that Neil Woodford has been dumping shares in our Big Short BCA Marketplace (BCA), I see that the sell-off appears to be rather more widespread. One wonders if Tom Winnifrith’s comments that after a market crash investors tend to sell up is coming true already, or is there another explanation?

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: A bad day for family Bick as Gable crashes & UKOG places ( Told Ya!)

I start off with Avanti Communications (AVN) the spoof share purchase by uber bombastic CEO David "taffy" Williams and Lucian celebrating as the shares slide. Then it is onto a bad day for the Bick brothers. Baby Bick spins for Gable (GAH), Thirsty Bick spins for UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) and I comment on both. I touch on POS Magnolia (MAGP) where it is almost certainly placing ahoy then it is onto LXB Retail (LXB), Prospex Oil (PXOG), Hostelworld (HSW) and finally a detailed comment on Nyota (NYO).

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