Morning all, it's just Paul here today, with the SCVR for Wednesday.

Today's report is now finished.

Explanatory notes -

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Agenda -

Paul's Sectioon:

Restore (LON:RST) - (from yesterday) - RST has successfully fought off a semi-hostile takeover approach from Marlowe (LON:MRL)

Goodwin (LON:GDWN) - results for FY 04/2021, look good. The valuation has come down to a more reasonable level. Sound balance sheet & cashflows. This share looks interesting to me on a quick review of the numbers, and could be worth readers doing your own more detailed research.

Rps (LON:RPS) - Interim results are nothing to write home about, with increased profits coming from cost-cutting rather than revenue growth. Balance sheet still quite flimsy, although helped by a placing last year which increased the share count by 20%. One for sector experts I think, as there's nothing much in the figures or outlook to excite me.

Woodbois (LON:WBI) - poor interim results from this AIM-listed African timber company.

Hostelworld (LON:HSW) - multiple issues with this share, so I'm steering clear.


Restore (LON:RST)

490p - mkt cap £669m

Bid talks off

Marlowe (LON:MRL) announced yesterday that it does not intend to make an offer for Restore, as acceptable financial terms could not be agreed. RST mounted a spirited defence of its independence, with most of…

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