I am at the Greek hovel but with no water or phone as I explain in this podcast. However it is lovely and a first swim beckons. Before that a few words on the fake maths written about the Lionesses and then I ask you to help me and Darren with your honest comments about the IT on this website and also the editorial content. Please be honest in the comments section below.
UK provider of IT and communications services to businesses and public sector organisations, CloudCoCo Group (CLCO) states that it “is pleased to provide an update on its progress for the year ended 30 September 2022”... and the shares have currently responded approaching 40% higher to 1.325p. So how well is its trading going?
UK provider of IT and communications services to businesses and public sector organisations, CloudCoCo (CLCO) has announced results for its year ended 30th September 2021, emphasising a now “significantly enlarged customer base and enhanced capabilities from acquisitions”. So what of a currently unchanged 1.70p share price?…
UK provider of IT and communications services to businesses and public sector organisations, CloudCoCo (CLCO) has made a trading update – and the shares are currently approaching 24% higher in response, to 1.425p. So what’s the detail?…
Hardly a day goes by on AIM without some complete piece of junk being pumped up to some crazy share price level, and it often happens as a result of private investors failing to actually read RNSs properly and understand what they mean. Today has been the turn of failing IT company CSF Group (CSFG).
I was due to fly back to Greece on Saturday with British Airways but I did not. It is not for the reason you think, there being no British Airways flights at all out of Heathrow and Gatwick due to an IT bollocks up, but for other reasons equally damning of the airline, now part of International Airlines Group (IAG).
International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) has been on a steady upwards trajectory ever since taking a big hit to its share price when the UK voted in favour of Brexit last June, but that rise looks like it is about to hit a brick wall following last week’s debacle involving British Airways.
Accumuli plc (ACM), which works with organisations to manage the ever increasing IT risk landscape and leverage their IT assets for business value, has updated that it “has continued to make good progress through the first part of the current financial year”, seeing that “trading results are in line with management's expectations”. With the shares having nudged ahead to 27.5p, to capitalise the company at more than £43.5 million, in response, what is the current value proposition here?