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Quoted Micro 30 March 2020

30/03/2020 | 08:52

AQSE quoted Arbuthnot Banking (ARBB) improved its underlying pre-tax profit from £4.4m to £5.8m in 2019, while the second interim dividend is 5% higher at 21p a share....

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Gin and spirits supplier British Honey Company (BHC) is using spare capacity in its distillery to produce alcohol sanitisers.

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23/03/2020 | 10:08

Brewer Shepherd Neame (SHEP) edged up its interim profit helped by a strong performance from tenanted pubs and lower interest charges.

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18/03/2020 | 02:33
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Aquis Stock Exchange (AQSE) - Stakeholder Update – 31st March 2020

31/03/2020 | 04:11

AQSE Growth Market – Audited Annual Accounts Publication Deadline

For companies admitted to the AQSE Growth Market, AQSE shall extend by one month the date by which an AQSE Growth Market company must publish its annual audited accounts.

Currently, a company admitted to the AQSE Growth Market must publish its annual audited accounts no later than six months from the end of its financial year. 

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FCA Approval of NEX Exchange Acquisition

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04/03/2020 | 09:07

NOTIFICATION OF AMENDMENTS TO THE NEX EXCHANGE GROWTH MARKET RULES AND CORPORATE ADVISER HANDBOOK (1)

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04/10/2019 | 02:54
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Why Invest in a Growth Company?

17/12/2019 | 04:37

WHY INVEST IN A GROWTH COMPANY?

It was recently reported that not only do SMEs make up 99.9% of private sector businesses and 60% of private sector jobs, they also employ 16.5 million people and contribute £1.8 trillion to the national wealth. 

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WHAT’S DIFFERENT ABOUT DOZENS?

Given there are more than 1,600 FinTech firms in the UK, with that number predicted to double within a decade, the financial start-up disrupter marketplace is already very crowded.

Nevertheless, a lot of funding is still ploughing into these disrupters – more than $3 billion in 2018. Can Dozens whose Fixed Interest Bonds are traded on NEX Exchange...

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21/11/2019 | 10:26

BREWING HAS ALWAYS BEEN AT A FAST PACE

We are very proud that the oldest brewer in Britain is a member, although Shepherd Neame's business is morphing - in line with the changing tastes and cultural attitudes of the country - such that calling it a "brewery" might be considered inadequate. To gauge exactly what the 302-pub strong Shepherd Neame's view of the future might be we spoke to Jonathan Neame, the company's CEO...

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31/01/2019 | 11:01
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