I Read The News Today Oh Boy! 8-Feb-2019

Friday, Feb 08 2019 by

Morning all!

A rare occasion a no news for companies in my universe day.

A great weekend to all!

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MrContrarian 8th Feb 1 of 1

My morning smallcap tweet: Card game over Earthport hots up

Earthport (LON:EPO), Smart Metering Systems (LON:SMS), EU Supply (LON:EUSP), Hardide (LON:HDD), GLI Finance (LON:GLIF)

Earthport (EPO) Visa comes back with a 37p offer, 4p more than Mastercard.
Smart Metering Systems (SMS) becomes the preferred supplier for Co-operative Energy to install smart meters in some areas, which have 326k homes total.
EU Supply (EUSP) guides FY rev up £5.1m, being slightly below market expectations but pretax £0.4m, materially above market expectations.
Hardide (HDD) placing at 1.5p, a 14% discount, a 13% dilution. Cash will be used to move to new site and build more reactors to meeting increased demand. Trading 'positive', in line I guess.
GLI Finance Limited (GLIF) FY trading. Guides core business, Sancus BMS Group rev up 28% but will close its supply chain finance offering Sancus Finance. Also expects to suffer further material write downs in its Fintech Ventures portfolio because several of the platforms are finding it harder to raise further capital at the valuation levels previously expected

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