Good morning, it's just Paul here today.

Today's report is now finished!  Thank you for all the interesting reader comments this week.

Countdown to Mello Chiswick - on Tue & Wed next week. I'll be along in the afternoons (SCVR writing in the mornings as usual) and evenings, so hope to share a drink & a natter with as many Stockopedia subscribers as possible, do say hello to Graham & I if you're there!

** STOP PRESS ** - David at Mello has just been on my WhatsApp, saying that, as a thank you for Graham & I doing some presenting at Mello,  he'll let 5 Stockopedia readers have Mello Chiswick tickets for just £10, for the Tuesday next week only - use code: ME23TEN here.

Explanatory notes -

A quick reminder that we don’t recommend any stocks. We aim to review trading updates & results of the day and offer our opinions on them as possible candidates for further research if they interest you. Our opinions will sometimes turn out to be right, and sometimes wrong, because it's anybody's guess what direction market sentiment will take & nobody can predict the future with certainty. We are analysing the company fundamentals, not trying to predict market sentiment.

We stick to companies that have issued news on the day, with market caps up to about £700m. We avoid the smallest, and most speculative companies, and also avoid a few specialist sectors (e.g. natural resources, pharma/biotech).

A key assumption is that readers DYOR (do your own research), and make your own investment decisions. Reader comments are welcomed - please be civil, rational, and include the company name/ticker, otherwise people won't necessarily know what company you are referring to.

What does our colour-coding mean? Will it guarantee instant, easy riches? Sadly not! Share prices move up or down for many reasons, and can often detach from the company fundamentals. So we're not making any predictions about what share prices will do.

Green - means in our opinion, a company is well-financed (so low risk of dilution/insolvency), is trading well, and has a reasonably good outlook, with the shares reasonably priced.

Amber - means we don't have a strong view either way, and can see some positives, and some negatives. Often companies like this are good, but expensive.

Red - means…

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