Keyword results: progressive dividend

ROL
ROL

Rotala – “in-line with market expectations” & outlook optimism…

Bus group Rotala (ROL) has updated including it “is pleased to announce that trading during FY 19 was in-line with market expectations”, that it “is well placed to capitalise on its enhanced position in a period when the bus industry continues to undergo considerable change” and that it “expects to maintain its progressive dividend policy”

PREMIUM CONTENT

WH Smith – the future is travel

I think Malcolm commented on WH Smith (SMWH) a couple of years plus ago, but I am not particularly surprised that it has not troubled the ShareProphets scorers since. We all know the name, most of us visit the shops at least a few times each year and if you are in an airport, well, you can quite easily find yourself getting surprisingly little change from a tenner for just a couple of items. Local monopolies, eh?...

Subscribe to ShareProphets to access Premium Content
ROL
ROL

Rotala – 2019 “begun in line” after 2018 “performed well”, remains a buy

Rotala (ROL) has updated including “the group performed well in 2018” and “trading for the current year has begun in line with budget”

ALU
ALU

Alumasc – profit warning… & what it means for forecasts

Trading Statement announcement from building products group Alumasc (ALU) was noted in Tom’s Bearcast today. What’s the detail and broker forecast response?...

LGT
LGT

Lighthouse Group – “pleased” with results & “well positioned”… but what of the valuation?

Having last year concluded that shares in financial advisory group Lighthouse (LGT) could prove good value at 11.75p and that the valuation continued to look undemanding at circa 14p, I now update with them at 24p following what Chairman Richard Last emphasises as “an excellent set of results, driven entirely by organic growth and a particularly pleasing performance in the affinity business” and that “Lighthouse remain well positioned to deliver further growth”

CCT
CCT

Character Group - a buy despite profit warning

Toys, games and giftware group Character (CCT) has reaffirmed that “underlying pre-tax profits for the year ended 31 August 2017 are projected to meet current market estimates”, but that “at this early stage of the group's new financial year the board consider that, based on the latest sales and market data available to them, the group's performance for the year ending 31 August 2018 is now expected to be significantly below current market estimates”. However, there still looks to remain reasons for optimism...

MUR
MUR

Murgitroyd – profit warning sees shares slump, but is there now value on offer?

Intellectual Property advisory group Murgitroyd (MUR) has issued a “Trading Statement” including that “the outcome for the full year will fall short of market forecasts, and likely see reduced full-year 2017 earnings”. Uh-oh...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Daily digest of our latest stories.



Search ShareProphets

Complete Coverage

Recent Comments

|