In this weekly summary, Mark Watson-Mitchell updates his readers on previous company profiles and other news of interest from the exciting world of small-cap stocks…
Shares in Acacia Mining surged 18.65% after its board reached an agreement on a recommended offer from Barrick Gold.
The share price of AIM-listed food firm DP Poland has climbed by 11.29% after it said system sales for the first half of 2019 rose by 10%.
AIM-listed miner Highland Gold has announced that production for the first half of 2019 was 10% above the same period of last year.
Interest rates in the developed world are still at record lows and seem set to go even lower. What happened to central bank monetary tightening foreseen at the beginning of this year? Victor Hill enquires.
AIM-listed mobile payments provider Boku has seen its share price decrease by 5.04% after it provided an update for the first half of the year.
The price of shares in budget airline Easyjet has risen by 2.42% after it announced that revenues for the quarter ended 30 June climbed by 11.4%.
Shares in Moneysupermarket.com have fallen by 3.46% despite posting an 18% rise in profits for the half year ended 30th June.
John Kingham looks at three companies in his portfolio that have yields of over 7%. Is ‘Mr Market’ right to be so pessimistic about these three ‘high-yielders’?
This telecoms marketing solutions specialist could well prove to be an ideal buying opportunity for tech investors who enjoy the thrill of speculation, writes Mark Watson-Mitchell.