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Quarry King with its Finger in Loads of Construction Pies Looks Set to Build its Share Price

Hello Share Chasers. When you’re building, you need heavy materials. A company that supplies them is Breedon (BREE). From its quarries come essential construction materials that help build homes, workplaces, and leisure spaces.
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Time for Eurasia to come clean on cash crisis, lack of bid and placing situation

In today's podcast I look at Optibiotix (OPTI), Eurasia Mining (EUA), Jubilee Metals (JLP), Caracal Gold (GCAT), British Honey (BHC), Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL), Genedrive (GDR) and Oxford Nanopore (ONT)
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Wood Group – Takeover Panel extension, including “following engagement with shareholders”

Wood Group (WG.) has announced that it has requested and been granted an extension from the Takeover Panel until 5pm on 19th April for Apollo to announce a firm intention to make an offer or not.

Actual Experience – “Significant UK Central Government Contract” announcement, attempted ramptastic?

‘Analytics-as-a-service’ provider Actual Experience (ACT) emphasises a “Significant UK Central Government Contract”, secured in conjunction with partner Vodafone, and the shares have currently responded up to 1.125p. Though what’s the detail?

Video: The World is Functionally Bankrupt

Gold bugs will enjoy this podcast. Writer Robert Moriarty explains where the money is really coming from to bail out the recent failures in the banking system, noting that the $200 billion figure has ballooned to $2 trillion. Bob says that the Federal Reserve has effectively committed to printing $2 trillion in a week, which is unprecedented.
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Kingfisher keeps believing in a “resilience of home improvement”

I learnt earlier today via the management of Kingfisher plc (KGF), the “international home improvement company with over 1,900 stores, supported by a team of 82,000 colleagues” (and listed in the FTSE 100), that a recent survey it took “highlight resilience of home improvement”. How wonderful, as apparently iffy comedy budgets a few months ago, higher interest rates, lower house prices and a touch of volatility in both the general economy and a few banks in the United States (and one in Switzerland) has apparently had little impact. We will just ignore then Kingfisher’s FY22 numbers today, with their underlying operating profits down 20% or so year-on-year and negative free cash flow…
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Another Question for Andrew Monk about the £216.8 million Silverwood deal now under FCA scrutiny

Smug stockbroker Andrew Monk has, probably, today already several folks about his education at Oriel College Oxford but is yet to respond to the issue of him misleading the market with regard to revenue recognition re Silverwood Brands (SLWD) so here is another question for the Monkey.
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Meli and Ouzo on my cornflakes – British Honey goes bust

Three years and five days after listing on the Aquis lobster pot after raising £4.25 million at 110p British Honey (BHC) has today gone bust and appointed administrators. I warned that it was “uninvestable” when the shares were 114p in October 2021. Today it is game over. As I consider honey and ouzo on my cornflakes, the list of warning signs were there for all to see. Natch folks knew better than Old Tom.
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Tissue Regenix – 2022 results, is it “achieving strong commercial traction”?

Previously writing on regenerative medical device group Tissue Regenix (TRX), I noted argues distribution agreement ‘delight’. How’s that balance sheet now?. The group has now announced results for the 2022 calendar year, arguing they with it “having delivered on its strategy for growth whilst achieving strong commercial traction”. What does that actually mean financially though?

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Oxford Nanopore – is this low growth cash guzzler really worth £1.45 billion? Dismal results posted!

Its association with Neil Woodford and its constant hyping, no rather sordid slavering adulation, by the deadwood press always lead me to treat Oxford Nanopore (ONT) with real suspicion. Institutional investors bundled in at 425p in its September 2021 IPO. Today the shares are just 176p but piss poor results suggest even that valuation is mighty generous.
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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: PILOW talk

In today's podcast I discuss PILOWs and Agriterra (AGTA), Jubilee Metals (JLP), Zak Mir's Left Global Ventures (JOKE) and Versarien (VRS), and Kefi Gold & Copper (KEFI). I also mention my second training walk for Woodlarks on Saturday as described HERE. Please consider how I suffered tedium if not pain and donate to this great cause. So far just 4 of you have donated, I am sure more of you can afford a tenner. Please donate HERE

Ten Lifestyle – emphasises trading growth… but how impressive really is it?

Partner to organisations to provide lifestyle services including travel, dining, entertainment and retail to their customers, Ten Lifestyle Group (TENG) emphasises half-year ended 28th February “c.49% Net Revenue growth on prior year… Record H1 Adjusted EBITDA profitability… Record Active Members of c.316,000”. So what of a current more than 7% higher share price response to 94.5p?
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My Frog ain't great but these documents from the Congo look very bad news for Zenith Energy - time for an RNS?

My Frog is not that good but the documents below sent to Winnileaks seem to suggest that Zenith Energy (ZEN) has been totally booted out of the Congo. That would surely be bad news for this long term dog with fleas and surely a clarifying statement is needed. Suffice to say, anyone holding these shares, now a paltry 0.4p to sell, is bonkers 
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Morally bankrupt old man Alan Green & Justin the Clown blow off Neill Ricketts, taken down only by “character assassination”

This is a hoot. Old Greenie and the Clown discuss Versarien (VRS) and why it is such a hot investment. Alan Green should be cold shouldered by all for being such a deceitful scumbag and worse.
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Tribal – having previously stated cash flow improvement “dependent on the timing of project milestones”, major “Contract Update”…

Shares in group describing itself as “a pioneering world-leader of education software and services” Tribal (TRB) were hit from above 55p towards 40p in December as it announced “changes to the scope and delays to implementation and delivery of the NTU contract” impact. The shares had since recovered back above 50p but now a “Singapore Contract Update and Revised Results Date” announcement.
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Canadian Overseas secures new financing – almost certainly a death spiral but it deceives

Doesn’t the FCA have rules that cover this? If not it should but I suspect it does and if its staff can take a few minutes out from reading ESG porn they should force Canadian Overseas Petroleum (COPL) to ‘fess up to how it is, again, deceiving investors regarding today’s additional financing.

The second training walk for Woodlarks – a boring nine miles

The river Dee is still outside of its banks and I am still rather worried about the killer cows and thus, for my second Rogue Bloggers for Woodlarks training walk, I opted for the most boring of walks: my house to the service station on the Wrexham ring road and back.
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I think bank shares are now theoretically cheap, but…

I see it is another week of bank sector (and general financial market) excitement. Maybe I am just a glass half full sort of guy, but a bit of market volatility never really bothers me. Far more interesting is to work out how to react, not to panic about something theoretically you could predict and related. Anyhow, I do and I don’t care about banking stocks.
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Video: Bank Crises, Fed Pivots, and The Hard Landing Reality

Chris Irons is a podcaster whose language is worse than mine. His Quoth the Raven podcasts are spikey but he is usually correct. Irons says he is surprised by the lack of fear in the markets, which, he says, is questionable considering the current circumstances.
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