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2010 Final Results for West China Cement (LON:WCC) can be seen from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange here. PLEASE NOTE that results are presented in RMB but the share price is quoted in HK Dollars Highlights: "Revenue increased by approximately 95.2%" "Gross profit increased by approximately 86.7%" "Basic earnings per share, after being adjusted for the exceptional charge of losses on warrant redemption of RMB168.5… Very good results. Not surprisingly ahead of the estimates in the listing document "Revenue increased by approximately 110.5% from approximately RMB574.7 million for the six months ended June 30, 2009 to approximately RMB1,209.6 million for the six months ended June 30, 2010," "Profit attributable to the equity holders of the Company increased by approximately 159.1% from approximately RMB140.0 million for the six months ended…

Velti is the world's leading mobile marketing and advertising company. With operations in 35 countries NOTE - results are issued in EUROs so take care with which currency you are considering No TA on this thread please in a recent rns Velti recently announced strong 2008 organic revenue (up 164% on 2007) and profits growth: sales reached $70 million, with an EBITDA of…

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cycle, I agree they have capitalised more than twice the amount they amortised this year which makes a significant difference to profits

Re TMMG you might want to consider who exactly the company is being run for. I held a little while ago but sold due to doubts about this.

Re pension deficits the main issue at present is the artifically low interest rates. Once they move to a realistic rate the deficits will reduce significantly. I am taking little notice of them at present. Bank debt is of course a different issue.

Paul, THT at 50p would be on a prospective PE of 6 whilst growing EPS this year at about 30%. I accept the debt levels are not what you would want but that price is unrealistically low. I think you might usefully compare someone like Lindt where you will see THT are on a lower PE, presumably allowing for the debt levels. At the current…

Good news for Pressure (PRES) with orders for the one division that has been losing a little money in the past. Ok it looks like the impact will be in the next financial year but longer term it looks very positive as well. It helps to firm up the projected earnings for next year