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Haydale – Another Round Of Awful Interims As The Cash Runs Low Yet Again

AIM-listed Haydale (HAYD) – another graphene outfit on AIM besides the disaster that is Versarien (VRS) – announced interims to December 31 this morning. The company boasted adjusted operating losses of £1.89 million, to which my reaction is one of Warren Buffett: who do they think they are deluding – their investors, or themselves? The market was not fooled, marking the stock down marginally.

Haydale Bailout Fundraise – Skin In The Game This Most Certainly Is Not!

AIM-listed graphene outfit Haydale (HAYD) triumphantly announced the completion of its latest bailout keep-the-lights-on fundraising this morning. With £5 million in the bag – and an open offer to existing shareholders to raise a bit more at 2p – the company was pleased to announce that this latest fundraise, worth around half of the current market capitalisation, would be used predominantly to fund the general working capital needs of the business. Tosh! It will be used to fund the seemingly unending ongoing losses! What is it about AIM-listed graphene businesses?


Haydale – Tries (And Fails) To Polish A Turd

When AIM-listed Haydale (HAYD) released a trading update AHEAD of its full year at the end of June, seemingly indicating that all was well, I wondered if that was really the case. Well, this morning we know the answer to that, after a full-year trading update. All most certainly is not well – and the shares are already down by 5.5%.


Haydale – Interim Results Show Placing On The Way: SELL

AIM-listed graphene play Haydale (HAYD) announced its interim results to December 2021 this morning and despite the advertised £3.84 million of cash, yet another placing is surely inevitable. Revenues fell from £1.28 million to £1.19 million, pre-tax losses increased from £1.93 million to £2.46 million year on year – what’s not to like? But the real problem is the balance sheet.

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