This Week

Quoted Micro 19 February 2018

20/02/2018 | 09:10

National Milk Records (NMRP) increased its interim revenues from £9.4m to £10.5m and pre-tax profit more than doubled from £442,000 to £957,000. The recovery in the milk price has helped the improved performance although there has been a subsequent dip in the milk price in the past couple of months. The longer-term outlook is positive. Increased testing for Johne’s disease has also helped. Net debt was reduced to £3.3m.

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Western Selection (WESP) maintained its NAV at 95p a share at the end of the six month period of December 2017. Net debt was £1.13m. A sharp upturn in the value of the stake in Bilby (BILB) and offset declines in other investments. The interim dividend is unchanged at 1.1p a share. The shares go ex-dividend on 8 March.

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12/02/2018 | 09:07

Health and community care property developer Ashley House (ASH) reported a decline in interim revenues from £10.7m to £7m and the company fell into loss. A second half recovery should mean that full year revenues will be flat at £18.7m but there will be a full year profit of £1.8m. The new joint venture with Morgan Sindall has a pipeline valued at £203m but the revenues of the joint venture will no longer be consolidated in the Ashley House revenues.

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06/02/2018 | 03:34
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Confirmation of amendments to the Trading Rules of NEX Exchange

03/01/2018 | 12:27

NEX Exchange is pleased to confirm that the amended Trading Rules of NEX Exchange to accommodate the introduction of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MIFID II”) are effective as of today, 3 January 2018.

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NEX Exchange - Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MIFID II”)

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01/11/2017 | 03:21

NEX Exchange MiFID II – CHANGES TO FIX INTERFACES

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11/10/2017 | 02:48
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NEX Exchange Blog

Supporting Companies in a New Range of Ways

21/02/2018 | 10:17

It is sometimes easy to forget that the core purpose of a stock exchange is to provide a safe meeting place for those seeking capital (i.e. companies) with those who have available capital (i.e. investors).  At NEX Exchange we remain focused on this simple process and concentrate primarily on exciting young companies with strong growth ambitions.

In order to fulfil our purpose, we offer a sensible regulatory approach that makes the rules clear and easy to understand. These rules are there to protect investors from any unscrupulous behaviour and to ensure that information is shared openly and in good time.

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JEB, SUG’S a technology start-up or incubator fund. What will make it different from “Me Too” incubators?

We believe that most start-up accelerators measure success by the amount of funding, losing sight of revenue. SUG’s model shifts the focus from how much money a company raises to the viability of the start-up’s business model and the ability of the start-up to achieve revenue milestones quickly, e. g. £1 million, £10 million revenue. We focus exclusively on businesses with “freemium” or marketplace revenue models. Other start up accelerators seek teams of people, with the principal founder having a technology background.

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21/02/2018 | 11:14

The key reason that many companies seek to join a public market like NEX Exchange is to raise essential capital to accelerate their growth.

The process of raising the required capital is sometimes challenging, with different parties involved and varying advice on offer. How much can you raise? How do you present yourselves to investors? What type of investors should you target and how much will you have to pay in fees? These are just a few of the questions that need to be answered and every company’s circumstances will be different, so there are no standard responses.

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07/02/2018 | 11:31
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