Real Name: Hybridan LLP
Occupation: Broker, Investment Banker
Hybridan is a corporate broker and PLUS markets corporate advisor specialising in fundraising, research and after-market support for small and micro cap companies.
We utilise our market knowledge to provide creative financing solutions and strong after-market support.
We build long term durable relationships with companies and investors, for the benefit of both. This long term approach, coupled with a high degree of selectivity, yields investments that outperform the market.
The Hybridan Small Cap Wrap is a weekly review of some of the most interesting small cap stories of the past week. Our review will usually be of those companies whose market capitalisations are less than £50m although we may occasionally cover larger companies. Our review is not intended to constitute research and is not to be taken as investment advice. If you would like to contact us, you can do so directly at: Claire Louise Noyce: Tel: +44 (0)20 7947 4350, firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Address: http://www.hybridan.com
29 Throgmorton Street
Tel: +44 (0)207 947 4004
The FTSE gained 90 points last week to close at 6,614 (and the AIM All Share gained 8 points to close the week at 714) after the UK avoided a triple dip recession according to GDP figures the week before, and Eurozone interest rates being lowered to 0.50 per cent from 0.75 per cent. UK PMI data also helped the markets, with services rising to…
This week: IDEA generates strong growth, FML on the front foot and SORB preserves inner Mongolian plan Jim Mellon will be providing the headline speech at a Biotech Conference, Understanding the Biotech Revolution, to be held in London on Monday 13th May 2013. To register, conference website is at: www.biotechrevolution.co.uk The bull run that saw the FTSE 100 cross 6,500 in the middle of March…
Ups and downs in the markets last week, though the FTSE closed the week 70 points higher at 6,350, whilst the AIM All share closed where it opened at 740 points. Last week saw disappointing manufacturing data being announced with the manufacturing purchasing managers' index falling to 50.8 in January from 51.2 in December (following news the week before of a shrinking in the economy…
Last week saw a slight dip in the FTSE mid week before rising to close the week at 6,163 points (having opened at 6,122). The AIM All share ended the week where it started at 735 points. UK Retail Sales figures were announced on Friday, which fell at a seasonally adjusted 0.1 per cent in December from the month before, whilst US Retail Sales on…
Another good week last week in the financial markets with the FTSE 100 gaining 30 points to close at 6,120 and the AIM All share gaining 15 points to close at 735. UK Interest rate rates continued at 0.5 per cent, and similarly in Europe the ECB continued interest rates at 0.75 per cent. On the key indicators, UK industrial production figures grew by 0.3…