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Thalassa Holdings Ltd - British Virgin Islands-based investment holding company - Swings to an interim profit but cautions of an ‘unsustainable’ market rally and badly performing Western economies to come. In the half-year to June 30, turns to £203,680 pretax profit from a loss of £808,062 a year ago. Revenue roughly the same at £119,498 versus £122,712. Posts a net financial income of £553,522 compared to a net financial expense of £9,262.

Warns of the economic future: ‘Your board is of the opinion that the market’s recent rally is unsustainable, and take the view that there is another leg down in US and EU and UK stock prices, which will be driven by earnings’ misses and subsequent reduction in overly optimistic earnings estimates for 2022, 2023 and 2024.’

Cautioning further, it adds: ‘Given the fact that inflation is currently running at record levels, and our view that central bankers could well tighten too much, just as Western economies grind to a standstill, we believe that analysts will rapidly start to reduce their 2022 third quarter and fourth quarter, as well as 2023 and 2024 earnings estimates when they get back from their summer holidays.’

Current stock price: 36.50 pence, up 11% on Monday

12-month change: down 43%

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