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Fri, 27th Feb 2015
Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets, explains why investors should invest in FTSE...
Fri, 27th Feb 2015
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Fri, 27th Feb 2015
Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets, explains why investors should invest in FTSE 250 stocks over those in the FTSE 100. He reckons UK-focused growth stories are a better bet than FTSE 100 companies, which are generally more internationally focused. Hewson discusses some of the heavyweight risers in the top flight index, such as British Airways owner IAG (LON:IAG), Premier Inn and Costa Coffee group Whitbread (LON:WTB), and Tesco (LON:TSCO), as well as Lloyds Banking Group (LON:LLOY), which revealed ‘some decent results’ this morning.
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Fri, 27th Feb 2015
Christopher McLean, the chief financial officer of Canadian Overseas Petroleum (LON:COPL), explains the benefits of teaming up with Shoreline Energy to form a new venture that is expected to invest in new projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. COPL and Shoreline will each own 50% of the new vehicle which will be called Shoreline CanOverseas Petroleum Development Corporation (or ShoreCan). It has already secured assets in Tanzania and Namibia, and it is evaluating projects in Nigeria, Ghana and Mozambique.
Canadian Overseas Petroleum CFO on ‘significant’ tie-up with Shoreline Energy
Fri, 27th Feb 2015
Robin Young, chief executive of Amur Minerals (LON:AMC), says the company is still very optimistic it will get the licence to begin drilling at the Kun-Manie nickel project in the far east of Russia. The company has mapped out a programme of up to 6,000 metres of drilling while it waits on the final approval from the authorities. On the current economic situation in Russia, Young said: ‘One of the advantages is the devaluation of the Russian Rouble, which has strengthened our position financially. So our costs have actually dropped 50% in Russia.’
Amur Minerals CEO still very optimistic on Russian licence
Fri, 27th Feb 2015
Richard Lorentz, executive director and co-founder of KrisEnergy (SGX:SK3), explains why it was such a good year for the Singapore-listed oil and gas group. Among the reasons for that were ending an expensive debt facility, cutting capital costs by over 50%, and more than doubling production and reserves. Lorentz says the company is on track to start producing from its two blocks in the Gulf of Thailand by the end of the year and talks about the group’s busy plans for 2015.
KrisEnergy’s Lorentz: We had a very good year
Thu, 26th Feb 2015
Serge Crasnianski, the chief executive of Photo-Me (LON:PHTM), tells Proactive Investors why the company’s laundry business, Revolution, is trading better than expected. Photo-Me’s boss explains why he expects revenue and profit from the Japanese photo business to ‘drastically’ improve and why 3D is an exciting concept for the company. The roll-out of Revolution continues and at the end of January, 898 units had been deployed since launch. The group expects 1,000 to have been rolled out during March and 2,000 by the end of 2015.
Photo-Me CEO - Laundry business going better than expected
Thu, 26th Feb 2015
Phil Reason, the chief executive of Instem (LON:INS), says he is very excited by the opportunity offered by Centrus-submit solution, which enables non-clinical data to be sent to the FDA by electronically rather than on paper. ‘That’s got a huge potential to reduce the amount of time it takes a regulatory reviewer to complete their review of a regulatory submission and accelerate the pace at which a new drug can come to market,’ Reason explains. Instem’s CEO also discusses the newsflow that he hopes will drive the share price higher.
Instem CEO most excited by FDA electronic submission business
Thu, 26th Feb 2015
Amisha Chohan, equity analyst at broker Sanlam Securities, says that if the management team at PR and communications group Porta Communications (LON:PTCM) continue to meet targets, investor sentiment ‘should change dramatically’. Chohan explains why she is being conservative for her forecasts for 2015 and why Porta is less exposed than some of its peers.The analyst insists the company’s growth strategy is not solely reliant on acquisitions and expects this to ‘transfer through into higher margins next year as well’.
Sanlam Securities analyst tips Porta Communications shares to rise
Wed, 25th Feb 2015
Joel Price, the chief operating officer of San Leon Energy (LON:SLE), says that the test results for the Rawicz-12 well in Poland is ‘at the top end of our expectations’. Speaking to Proactive Investors, Price says the company must now finish planning the next well, which he says should have a ‘significantly higher flow rate’ because there is more contact with the reservoir. ‘Gas prices are very buoyant in Poland,’ says Price. ‘Gas hasn’t suffered in the way oil has,’ he adds.
San Leon Energy shares spike after ‘great result’ in Poland
Wed, 25th Feb 2015
Mark Robinson, chief executive of APC Technology Group (LON:APC), explains the changes made over the past year which separate it from the pack. Speaking to Proactive Investors, Robinson describes how important cross-selling is to APC, adding that different parts of the group are already starting to sell the different products to existing customers. ‘It’s very much been a period of investment. We’re now starting to see the first signs of that investment coming through,’ Robinson says.
APC Technology chief on how group has ‘fleshed out’ business model
Wed, 25th Feb 2015
Ray Gibbs, the chief executive of Haydale Graphene Industries (LON:HAYD), says that the partnership with Swansea University gives the company ‘another means of getting to the marketplace’. Under the terms of the agreement, the Swansea organisations will carry out a series of internally funded research projects to produce prototype applications using a range of materials provided by Haydale, the company focused on enabling technology for the commercialisation of graphene. Gibbs also discusses the collaboration with Alan Thomson Racing, an extreme yacht racing team sponsored by fashion firm Hugo Boss.
Haydale Graphene CEO: Swansea Uni deal provides another route to market
Wed, 25th Feb 2015
John Burt, the chief executive of Abzena (LON:ABZA), discusses the company’s business model, the busy period of newsflow ahead, and the potential for acquisitions. While profitability may be a few years away yet, Burt says there are already a few products in the clinic that the company will be able to earn royalties from. The company raised £20 million in last July’s IPO, which Burt says ‘gives a good platform for the future because our business model doesn’t require a lot of capital because we’re not funding clinical trials’.
Abzena CEO on the potential for acquisitions and reaching profitability
Tue, 24th Feb 2015
Neil Ritson, the chief executive of LGO Energy (LON:LGO), says its US$25 million financing with BNP Paribas is a ‘very sensible hedge in an uncertain market’. Ritson says that while the share price has retreated slightly on news of the accompanying placing, he sees it recovering ‘once we get the newsflow about the activities going again’. ‘The fact that we’re fully funded and we’re hedged to the downside in oil price…is an excellent story and production will continue to grow,’ Ritson adds.
LGO Energy’s Ritson says BNP debt deal is ideal in current environment