I Read The News Today Oh Boy! 15-Mar-2019

Friday, Mar 15 2019 by
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Morning all!

Eurocell ( Eurocell (LON:ECEL) ) – 234p – £235m – PER 11.4

Results For The 12 Months To End December 2018 – Revenue up 13% with PBT down -7%, EPS flat (19.6p) and Net Debt up from £14.5m to £23.5m. First 2 months of the new year in-line.

I have little interest here at present. 

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Eurocell plc manufactures, distributes and recycles unplasticized polyvinyl chloride (UPVC) window, door, conservatory and roofline systems. The Company is engaged in the extrusion of UPVC window and building products to the new and replacement window market, and the sale of building materials across the United Kingdom. It operates through two segments: Profiles and Building Plastics. The Profiles segment includes extrusion and sale of UPVC window and building products to the new and replacement window market. It supplies UPVC systems, such as Modus system, inline patio doors, bi-fold doors and cavity closers to fabricators and installers. The Building Plastics segment includes sale of building plastic materials. It operates under the Eurocell brand. It sells and distributes a range of products manufactured by the Company and branded PVC foam roofline products, and third party manufactured ancillary products, including windows, doors, sealants, tools and rainwater products. more »

LSE Price
220p
Change
 
Mkt Cap (£m)
220.7
P/E (fwd)
10.5
Yield (fwd)
4.6



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MrContrarian 15th Mar 1 of 2
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My morning smallcap tweet: Will Zinc ever be in the pink?

Zinc Media (LON:ZIN)

Zinc Media Group (ZIN) H1 rev up 1%. EPS -0.05 (0.01). Blames delay to start of some major series. Guides FY adj EBITDA profit so I presume another pretax loss.

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Asagi 15th Mar 2 of 2
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meanwhile, what has Tim Martin of J D Wetherspoon (LON:JDW) going to say about Brexit and beer?

The vexed debate about Brexit has continued since the referendum, nearly three years ago. Although the public voted to leave, the majority of 'the establishment', including most MPs, most universities, the Bank of England, the CBI and media organisations such as The Times, the Financial Times and The Economist favoured 'Remain'.

"The result has been a barrage of negative economic forecasts from those quarters, predicting that the UK will go to hell in a handcart without a 'deal' with the EU - which will effectively tie the country into EU membership and taxation, yet without representation.

"The doomsters ignore the most powerful nexus in economics, between democracy and prosperity - and the fact that the EU is becoming progressively less democratic, as it pursues an 'ever-closer union', for which there is no public consensus.


LFL +6.3%, PBT -18.9%, dividend held.
https://www.investegate.co.uk/wetherspoon--jd--plc--jdw-/rns/half-year-report/201903150700039541S/

Asagi (no position)

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