Keyword results: travel restrictions

CloudCoCo – full-year results, “a transformational year”?

UK provider of IT and communications services to businesses and public sector organisations, CloudCoCo (CLCO) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2021, emphasising a now “significantly enlarged customer base and enhanced capabilities from acquisitions”. So what of a currently unchanged 1.70p share price?…

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FTC

Filtronic – argues “healthy improvement… in line with internal forecasts”, but what does that mean financially?...

Previously writing on industrial communications products company Filtronic (FTC) I avoided the shares, concluding there looks some way to go to justify a £19 million+ market capitalisation and there’s also a disappointing recent years’ track record to overcome. The shares had recently led it to an above £27 million market cap, but there is currently a sharp fall back today on an AGM Statement…

Windar Photonics – interims state “encouraging project pipeline”, so why the share price decline?...

Previously writing on Windar Photonics (WPHO), in December I concluded that I retained balance sheet concerns and still on the bargepole list. The shares rose significantly earlier this year but have since fallen significantly back again and are currently a further more than 11% lower, at 16p, on the back of half-year results the company argues show an “encouraging project pipeline”.

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Time Out Group – a former Woodford pick with an intra-day ‘London Waterloo & funding update’. Uh oh...

Previously writing on former Woodford pick Time Out Group (TMO), in June with the shares around 40p I concluded that I retained prior markets visit “appealing proposition” and financial scepticism… and now a “Time Out Market London (Waterloo) & funding update”-titled announcement from the group made intra-day (10:05am). Uh oh…

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Fox Marble – operating update sees “green shoots of recovery”...

Fox Marble (FOX) has announced an operating update on a tough 2020 but that it is starting to see some green shoots of recovery. The buy case is intact…

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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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Hyve Group – argues “taking decisive and rapid management actions”… so why further significant share price decline?

“Coronavirus update” from self-styled “next generation global events business” Hyve Group (HYVE) commences that “Hyve has been taking decisive and rapid management actions to mitigate the potential impact to our business” and includes that it “continues to be highly cash generative and, following the refinancing that the group undertook in December, has material headroom available on the debt facility and expects to operate within the covenants”. The shares, having been above 100p as recently as early last month and last closed at still above 70p, have currently responded towards 60p…

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