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Operational leverage drives Games Workshop to record half year profits and share price

Fantasy miniatures maker Games Workshop (GAW) reported 16.3% growth in constant currency revenues and 40% uplift in operating profits for the first half to 1 December 2019. This is another impressive performance, one that continues to power the share price to record levels. To put this into context, the stock started 2019 trading at £30.40, while five years ago investors could have bought the ...

Market report: Boohoo sparkles, McBride warns on profits, Gambling Commission bans use of credit cards

UK stocks opened slightly lower today with the FTSE 100 off 0.17% at 7,600.4 while the FTSE 250 index was flat at 21,720. Gambling stocks were on the back foot following the banning of credit cards which comes into effect on April 14. GVC (GVC) was trading off 0.24%, William Hill (WHM) was 2% lower while Flutter Entertainment (FLTR) shares were 0.8% softer. Online fashion retailer Boohoo ...

Market report: Slow start for UK stocks as Royal Mail fights strike threat and Games Workshop jumps

UK share dealing gets off to a slow start on a typically quiet Friday morning session with investor attention elsewhere. At the start of share trading the benchmark FTSE 100 is down roughly 25 points at 7,382.04, led by miners Evraz (EVR) and Anglo American (AAL), both off by around 3% at 373.7p and £20.495 respectively. British American Tobacco (BATS) tops the FTSE 100 leader board on ...

Market Report: Competition watchdog to probe Cobham sale, Kingfisher profits fall, Pendragon in the red

A mixed day for corporate reporting leaves UK markets without firm direction in early trade on Wednesday as investors weigh Government intervention in defence contractor Cobham’s (COB) planned £4bn sale with stabilised oil prices. There is also ongoing interest in what the US Federal Reserve may do with interest rates Stateside later today. Market watchers had been anticipating a cut but ...

Harry Nimmo's small cap trust in year of two halves, but performance should be judged over the longer term

Last year was very much one of two halves for the Standard Life UK Smaller Companies Trust (SLS). Managed by highly-rated stock picker Harry Nimmo, the investment trust aims to put money to work with lower risk, UK-quoted smaller companies, ones operating in growing markets where business momentum is ‘positive, predictable and improving’. Last year to 30 June the investment trust ...
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