8 December 2020 - final results

Last Friday, we suggested that subscribers should buy shares in this specialist manufacturer of touch sensors following some strong buying interest and ahead of the release of the annual results to 30 September.  The company has announced these results this morning, showing that revenues for the year fell to £12.7m from £20.1m the previous year as the pandemic took hold.  The group recorded a loss-before tax of £0.4m (2019: profit of £3.1m) and no dividend has been declared despite the fact that the company had net cash balances of £14 . . .

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