Must agree with you Jaytee, RNS was a real mixed bag, revenue flat and little progress made with a number of the older collaborations, which must be frustrating for the company, juxtaposed with positive indications through the REACH accreditation and procurement of additional equipment for scale-up that are positive signs for the near future.
Forecasts for revenue growth point towards a 16% rise; down from 40% and 66% in the prior two years. The decline in share price provides an improved dividend and earnings per share (EPS) outlook, yet this slowdown is certainly something that traders will be keeping a close eye on next week
"After having been an integral part of building two restaurant booking platforms in my previous roles, it is important that shareholders gain a sense of the bigger picture of the journey that we are on. I would like to repeat what I previously stated, that 'the platform, as it stands today, will be unrecognisable by 2021"
is highly significant. Treat this share like a two year cash ISA and look to cash out then.
Perhaps if Peel Hunt had seen fit to send a more senior person than their Oil and Gas Research Analyst the quality of the question would have been better and hence the initial response less terse, Panmore Gordon so fit to send their director of Oil and Gas Research and hence may well be looking at HE as a more serious investment proposition
Look, I think we all agree that communication is important and is an area the good Dr needs to work on, however, having reviewed the 7 personality traits associated with a good CEO identified by Forbes, I would say that the good doctor scores highly on the remaining six traits and will do for me.
No I haven't recently visited the states, however, ginger beer/ale is a natural mixer for whiskey whilst tonic is primarily associated with gin. A run through USA zip codes and the variety of fevertree mixers stocked (which are extensive), where only one variety of fevertree mixer is stocked, ginger sems to be more prevalent than stores just stocking tonic water. Consequently, as sales of whiskey appear to be soaring in the states, it would appear to be a logical deduction that sales of ginger mixer would be high too AIMHO
Shouldn't just be focused on gin, fevertree ginger is a great mixer for whisky and to that end great right up on Diageo in the Sunday Telegraph, who have seen their whisky sales take off in the USA. This might explain why Fevertree ginger seems to be stocked everywhere in the USA.
Thanks for the webcast post MissDosh. Quite a long watch and listen but the Q&A's were of interest, not so much as what was asked but who was doing the asking. Panmore Gordon, Jeffries, Peel Hunt, Artemis, Morgan Stanley and Hannam and Partners to name but a few
We are encouraged by the Warwick Deep well, despite the penetrated fracture system not supporting a commercial oil flow rate. Hurricane's assessment of data acquired during drilling and testing indicates that the well encountered a significant oil "Column on the Warwick structure. Our initial analysis indicates an OWC consistent with pre-drill predictions. Confirmation of our provisional analysis will require data from the remaining 2019 drilling campaign, as well as fluid sample analysis from Warwick Deep. Importantly, we have evidence that suggests to Hurricane that the result at Warwick Deep does not have negative read-across to Lancaster or Lincoln".