This Week

Quoted Micro 20 March 2017

20/03/2017 | 10:20

Health and care properties developer Ashley House (ASH) is widening its area of operations through the acquisition of a modular off-site construction business by its subsidiary F1 Modular, which already works with the company.

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Blockchain technology investment company Coinsilium Group Ltd (COIN) has raised £188,000 at 1p a share with the cash coming from directors and existing shareholders. The valuations of Factom and SatoshiPay have increased since the beginning of the year.

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14/03/2017 | 09:03

Kent-based brewer Shepherd Neame (SHEP) reported a 7% increase in first half revenues to £79.2m. The main growth was in the managed pubs and hotels division. Pre-tax profit fell from £8.7m to £6.7m because of the lack of property disposals, although underlying profit did improve.

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06/03/2017 | 09:39

NEX Exchange appoints Mireille Dyrberg to its Board

28/02/2017 | 04:25

NEX Exchange, a NEX Group business which operates a regulated, UK stock exchange for small and medium companies, announces today that it has appointed Mireille Dyrberg to its Board as a Non-Executive Director.

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Philip Olm joins NEX Exchange

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23/01/2017 | 12:07

AFH Acquisition of assets

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01/02/2017 | 08:57

NEX Exchange Blog

Small Caps can Gallop: An Eclectic Mix at NEX Exchange

22/03/2017 | 09:06

While there are plenty of stock market adages to choose from to cover almost all occasions, many of which can be contradictory, there is one which has stood the test of time particularly well: “Elephants don’t gallop”.


This pearl from the late, legendary investor Jim Slater perfectly sums up the idea of buying into value growth stocks, as opposed to attempting to double your money in, say, BT Group. It could also be the motto of NEX
Exchange – “the other stock market.”

 

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NEX Exchange is the only SME exchange in London supporting issuance of both corporate bonds and equities.

 

This week we feature St Mark Homes, a NEX Exchange equities issuer in the property sector. Property companies have taken advantage of issuing both equities and bonds on NEX Exchange. Issuing bonds, or debt fundraising, may be an attractive alternative to equity for revenue generating businesses.

For shareholders, it is a way to raise capital without share dilution while offering an attractive fixed return for investors looking to beat the 0.25 per cent base rate. 

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16/03/2017 | 08:10

Invest in Brands you won't find on any Other Exchange
At NEX Exchange we're proud to support and give investors access to a wide range of industry sectors. From fintech startups such as Coinsilium Group to household brewers and vineyards such as Chapel Down, Daniel Thwaites and Adnams.

To compete in today's crowded marketplace, many small cap companies are focussed on an innovative idea or product that investors and customers can't access elsewhere. Sandal plc is one such example. Since joining NEX Exchange in 2015, its launched its Energenie MiHome Home Automation product and has enjoyed successful marketing and distribution tie ups.

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08/03/2017 | 10:46