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Haynes Publishing (LON:HYNS) seems like outstanding value for a cash rich growing company, but cannot ignore the elephant in the room, a £24 million (and growing) pension deficit, whilst global bond rates head towards zero again .

The over capacity in the casual dining sector doesn’t seem to be resolving itself . It doesn’t seem to matter how many restaurants go out of business , there is always a willing supply of fresh victims happy to open in their place . The structural change in the quality of home food delivery means we simply need less restaurants in the UK. Until we…

Worth pointing out that Impax Asset Management (LON:IPX) forecasts from Equity development were reduced earlier in the year towards a year end AUM of £14bn. Now that end of March AUM is £13.3 bn , net inflows of £520 million in the previous quarter, and a reasonable expectation of 7% market gains in the remaining 9 months of the year, this forecast might now be…

It is absurd for Purplebricks (LON:PURP) to complain about ."unprecedented investment by competitors in marketing and unsustainable reductions in fees charged,"when they are the main culprit! It is totally unsustainable to sell a house for £899 (+£300 for viewings), many multiples less than a traditional high street agent (not to mention they let the house for free if they fail to sell). The combination of…

If Bonmarche Holdings (LON:BON) hits bottom end of its forecast and loses £4 million this year its net cash position will have pretty much disappeared by March . With £25 million of inventory that might need to be written down heavily and £7.5 million of intangibles on the balance sheet and a deteriorating, heavily loss-making business it could suddenly find itself in distress .

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