This Week

Quoted Micro 17 September 2018

17/09/2018 | 09:09

Renewable energy supplier Good Energy (GOOD) reported a 19% increase in interim revenues to £61.8m. Pre-tax profit has more than trebled to £2.4m, if discontinued activities, including the investment in the proposed Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, are excluded. The interim dividend is unchanged at 1p a share. A brand relaunch is planned for the second half.

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Ananda Developments (ANA) is acquiring 15% of UK-based Liberty Herbal Technologies Ltd, which is the owner and developer of hapac, a technology for vaping cannabis. The investment cost £460,000 and Ananda has the right of first refusal for any further fundraisings in the next two years. The technology can be used to provide a measured medicinal dose. A commercial launch is planned in Italy before the end of the year and in Canada next year. Ananda is holding a general meeting to extend its geographical focus to the UK and Italy.

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10/09/2018 | 09:07

Healthperm Resourcing Ltd (HPR) has won a contract from Medway NHS Foundation Trust to supply up to 400 nurses. New research from Edison Investment Research forecasts a 2018 loss of £2.3m for the healthcare staffing company, falling to £600,000 in 2019. Initial revenues were generated last year and they could reach £2.8m in 2019.

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03/09/2018 | 09:54
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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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Consultation - Fast Track admission process

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18/06/2018 | 10:19

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

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01/11/2017 | 03:21
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NEX Exchange Blog

NEX Exchange profile Chapel Down Group Plc

12/09/2018 | 12:55

Aside from a multitude of accolades and awards for its wines, the company really came to the notice of the general public in 2011, when Chapel Down was widely reported to have been served at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

According to Andrew Jefford, the wine writer, “Chapel Down is one of the long-term pillars of the UK wine creation scene and has many fine wines under its belt. What Thompson doesn’t know about selling drinks would fit on the back of one of his wine labels. We caught up with him to ask about the highs and lows of the wine world – and why he chose NEX Exchange when it came to floating the company.

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NEX Exchange is a growing stock exchange servicing a highly diverse range of companies. Providing the most cost-effective route to market in London, the NEX Exchange’s personal relationship-based approach helps companies realise their growth ambitions.

 

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19/07/2018 | 09:18

As Small-cap companies continually strive to achieve growth and in a period of economic uncertainty it is important to reflect on the successes and acknowledge how far a company has progressed.

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20/06/2018 | 11:40
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