Occupation: Private Investor

Interests: Emerging Markets, European Markets, International Stocks, Stocks, US Market

Location: United Kingdom

Twitter: tabhaircom

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Just another individual investor trying to get by.

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From the 2016 annual report. A direct result of our disappointing cash generation in the final quarter of 2016 was that we did not pass the cash flow after debt service (‘CFADS’) cover covenant test at 31 December 2016, contained within our banking facilities agreement. This does not constitute a breach of the Group’s banking facilities. The agreement states that if we do not pass…

The competition in the restaurant sector must be hellacious at the moment. I see that your pick Revolution Bars (LON:RBG) are doing a burger/pizza and cocktail for just £9. Terrific value, but surely margins are going to take a pasting?

Crikey, Mike Ashley really has become the King Canute of the retail world, holding back the tide of online almost single-handedly by taking stakes in Debenhams (LON:DEB) French Connection (LON:FCCN) £JD and now Game Digital (LON:GMD) What's next, Bonmarche Holdings (LON:BON) ?

Regarding Carillion (LON:CLLN), I would be extremely concerned about the £170M of convertible bonds that are outstanding on this. Who owns these? If it's the hedge funds that have been shorting the common shares, they may decide to use their leverage to convert the bonds to equity at very low prices. I think ordinary investors are best staying away from this one. Despite the significant…

It's interesting to see that Novae (LON:NVA) got taken out today by an American company. With Sterling remaining low, I think it's safe to say there will be lots more UK companies being bought out.

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