Good morning, it's Paul & Jack here with the SCVR for Wednesday.

Timing - today's report is now finished

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Agenda -

Paul's Section:

Totally (LON:TLY) - results from yesterday. Only trading around breakeven at PBT (I see EBITDA as a red herring, due to high depreciation & amortisation charges). Growth potential, but for me the £77m market cap looks high enough, or too high for where things currently are.

Somero Enterprises Inc (LON:SOM) (I hold) - what a lovely company! High quality, cash generative, and we're treated to another strong trading update today. Broker forecasts go up c.14%. Still looks good value to me.

Quartix Technologies (LON:QTX) - an in line with expectations update for H1, and confirms full year guidance. Impressive growth in fleet numbers, and overseas expansion going well. Valuation is too rich for me personally, but I like the business and management.

Redde Northgate (LON:REDD) - as it's not a small cap any more, I've commented on its results today in the comments section below this article, so please see that area if you're interested in this company.

Jack's Section:

Kinovo (LON:KINO) - notes from a follow up Q&A session with company management following yesterday's results, which saw the share price fall c7%.

Accesso Technology (LON:ACSO) - revenue expectations for FY21 have been upgraded again, this time to more than $100m. Trading sounds encouraging but not much to go on yet in terms of concrete figures.


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