(Alliance News) - The following stocks are the leading risers and fallers on AIM in London on Friday.
AIM - WINNERS
Remote Monitored Systems PLC, up 25% at 0.75 pence, 12-month range 0.36p-5.00p. Reports new Anglo-Indian partnership between its subsidiary Pharm 2 Farm Ltd and India's VKE Enterprises to distribute its Pro-Larva mask. The London-based survey and inspection services provider says Pro-Larva mask is the first anti-viral mask to be approved by the UK Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency as a class 1 medical device. The Pro-Larva face mask is made in Britain using patented a-Virion nanotechnology that is clinically proved to kill 99.9% of Covid and Influenza viruses, within 5 minutes of contact, and continues to kill the virus for seven hours, RMS says.
Vertu Motors PLC, up 7.6% at 50.80 pence, 12-month range 24.40p-50.60p. Sees strong used vehicle gross margin retention, due to "exceptional" UK used car market conditions. As a result, expects adjusted pretax profit of no less than GBP50 million in year to August 31, upped from previous guidance between GBP40 million to GBP45 million. "The group's like-for-like new vehicle order take for the key month of September is currently running in excess of prior year levels, however, there is a risk that well documented new vehicle supply shortages will result in vehicle deliveries being delayed into future periods. As a consequence of reduced new vehicle supply, used vehicle supply may also be restricted in the coming months," company adds.
AIM - LOSERS
Amur Minerals Corp, down 11% at 2.18 pence, 12-month range 1.30p-2.90p. Notes permanent conditions report on its far east Russia Kun-Manie nickel copper sulfide project completed. It shows the nickel cutoff grade is calculated to be 0.3% nickel. Revenue is based on a presently conservative nickel price of USD13,300 per tonne and a copper price of USD5,960 per tonne. Metal recoveries are anticipated to be 74% for nickel and 52% for copper. Mine ore production and the nominal mill throughput at six million tonnes per annum indicates a potential mine life in the order of 25 years. The report says the reserve base is substantial and suitable to potentially sustain an 11.2 million tonne per year throughput
Tiziana Life Sciences PLC, down 12% at 51.08 pence, 12-month range 51.08p-204.00p. Formally starts strategic plan to change its corporate structure by establishing Tiziana Life Sciences Ltd, a Bermuda-incorporated company, as the ultimate parent company of the Tiziana group. Shares will be swapped for shares in the new parent company, which will then be listed in the US on Nasdaq. As a result, Tiziana to be delisted in London. "The interests of its business and shareholders are best served by aligning the place of the listing with the principal business activities of the Tiziana group, which are predominately based in the US," company explains.
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