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Beeks Financial Cloud – a more than two months after period-end profit warning that dare not speak its name (on “the world’s leading growth market”!)…

A trading update from capital markets-related technology group Beeks Financial Cloud (BKS) commences by emphasising the group “has delivered significant growth on the prior year” and concludes with that it has “entered the new year with high levels of revenue visibility and strong momentum and thus remain in line with management expectations for FY24, with further upside potential from new client wins”. What about the performance relative to expectations in FY23 though?
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Beeks Financial Cloud – half-year results emphasise “underlying EBITDA”… what about cash flow?

Financial markets cloud computing and connectivity group Beeks Financial Cloud (BKS) has announced results for its half-year ended 31st December 2021 and that “even excluding contribution from Exchange Cloud, the board are confident in achieving results for the year in line with market expectations, having already upgraded FY22 revenue expectations three times in the last six months”. So why are the shares currently slightly lower to 144.5p, a £81.4 million market cap, in response, particularly as they were around 200p a couple of months ago?…

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Take a Peek at Beeks If You Have Your Head in the Cloud

Hello, Share Lovers. In the past, this old punter has avoided companies with ‘Cloud’ in the title. But despite my earlier forebodings, there’s a lot of good business going on in ‘clouds’ these days. That’s because more and more companies and individuals find it’s cheaper and easier to ‘outsource’ data to the ether.

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Beeks Financial Cloud – “pleased to announce” a new launch & trading update, but what’s already in the price?...

Financial markets cloud computing and connectivity group Beeks Financial Cloud (BKS“is pleased to announce the launch of Proximity Cloud, the industry’s first private cloud environment for financial markets and to provide an update on trading for the year ended 30 June 2021”. The shares have though responded currently slightly lower to 122p, so what’s the outlook?…

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Beeks Financial Cloud – placing “to accelerate the company's growth strategy”. Er...

Previously writing on financial markets cloud computing and connectivity group Beeks Financial Cloud (BKS), last month I noted a net cash outflow meaning a swing to a net debt position. Now a placing at 115p per share raising it £5 million “to accelerate the company’s growth strategy and capitalise on the significant market opportunity and solid sales pipeline”. Hmmm…

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Beeks Financial Cloud – interims, meaningfully progressive financial delivery?...

Results for its half-year ended 31st December 2020 from financial markets cloud computing and connectivity group Beeks Financial Cloud (BKS) today which it “is pleased to announce”. Why therefore are the shares lower in response?…

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Beeks Financial Cloud – “current trading is positive and is within the range of market expectations”. Er, is it?!...

“Beeks Financial Cloud Group plc (AIM: BKS), a cloud computing and connectivity provider for financial markets, is pleased to announce its unaudited results for the six months ended 31 December 2019”. After recent falls, not a significant share price bounce currently though…

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Beeks Financial Cloud – “confident in delivering a successful outcome for the year ahead”… so why the 20%+ share price slide?

“Beeks Financial Cloud Group plc (AIM: BKS), a niche cloud computing and connectivity provider for financial markets, is pleased to announce its unaudited results for the six months ended 31 December 2018” and CEO Gordon McArthur concludes “with an established and growing customer base, high levels of recurring revenue and strong market drivers, we are confident in delivering a successful outcome for the year ahead”. The shares have responded, er… to around 100p – more than 20% lower!...

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