19 October 2020 - Covid beneficiary?

It is hardly surprising that AIM-listed Tristel has produced excellent results for the year to 30 June 2020 given the fact that it manufactures infection prevention and contamination control products.  Revenues increased by 21% to £31.7m with pre-tax profits up by 27% to £7.1m.  Earnings per share rose 11% to 12.35p and the dividend was increased by 12% to 6.18p.  Net cash at the year end had risen to £6.2m from £4.2m a year earlier.  These are clearly excellent figures but the share price looks to be . . .

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