Mothercare – “refinancing, restructuring and reorganising… to ensure a sustainable future”. Is there?
Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Why I think Malcolm Stacey is wrong on Bigdish & good riddance you mendacious old hag
Writing on content software tools and cloud services business Stilo International (STL) following results in March, I questioned “significant financial overheads associated with being a public listed company” worth it? – and concluded, though the shares then down to 2.35p, to avoid / sell. Now, on the back of a “Trading Statement”, the shares are down at below 1.5p…
Previously writing on content software tools and cloud services business Stilo International (STL), it was I having previously questioned capable of delivering sufficient growth?, half-year results…. Today 2018 full-year results including “as we look forward to growing future sales, supported by healthy cash reserves and a strong balance sheet, I am pleased to announce the payment of an increased final dividend of 0.06 pence per share, providing a total dividend for the year of 0.12 pence” (2017: 0.10p) – the shares have though currently responded to 2.35p – down 17.5%!...
Previously writing on Stilo International (STL) a year ago, I concluded that delivery of meaningful growth is required to make this stock interesting and to make it worth the company bothering being stock market listed. With results for the first half of 2018, has there been progress towards this?...
Just under a year ago, I wrote on Stilo International (STL) with the shares at just over 7p - suggesting material growth required to justify the valuation and, indeed, the company bothering being stock market listed. We now have results for the first half of 2017…
Shares in Stilo International (STL) currently trade more than 9% lower today, at just over 7p, on the back of the company’s half year results announcement. This follows them also having fallen by more than 14% following the company’s announcement of 2015 results in March. Hmmm…
There has been something of an oil tanker in terms of the price action during the recent past, something which is said in the wake of the slow decline for the shares from the beginning of 2013, down from 4p plus to 2p, and then the subsequent rebound.
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