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Alternative Energy | 27/06/2017
During FY16 Windar took some important strategic steps in rolling out its innovative LiDAR: implementing additional functionality to enlarge the addressable market and modifying its sales channels to focus on the IPP market. While y-o-y revenue growth of 26% was lower than management guidance, the results show substantial reductions in the cost-base and lower losses. Management note that recent order wins are likely to result in high double digit revenue growth during H117 and the company approaching…
Investment Companies | 26/06/2017
ScotGems (SGEM) has commenced dealing on the London Stock Exchange today, having raised £50.3m via an initial placing and offer for subscription. A new global smaller companies investment trust, managed by Ashish Swarup and Tom Allen at Stewart Investors, SGEM will seek capital growth from a concentrated portfolio of 20-30 stocks with market capitalisations below $2.5bn, initially at least with a bias towards Asia-Pacific and emerging markets. Stewart Investors focuses on stewardship and seeks…
Engineering | 26/06/2017
Williams Grand Prix Holdings is a unique investment proposition. It allows ownership of a Formula One team alongside a high tech consultancy business. Management’s priorities are to challenge for race wins and grow a profitable advanced engineering business, but the potential for shareholder return is currently limited. The new owners of Formula One Group, Liberty Media, seem intent on changing the structure of the industry which could open up opportunities for longer-term value creation.
Food & Drink | 22/06/2017
The domestic market remains subdued, and raw material costs have been increasing. Centrale del Latte d’Italia (CLI) implemented some price increases on 1 April in order to offset some cost inflation, with full effect from 1 June. However, spot milk prices are starting to fall, both domestically and across Europe, so we expect a more benign cost environment during H217. We leave our forecasts unchanged and our fair value moves to €2.82 per share (from €2.85).
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