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15 stocks to watch following reporting season

Alex Cowie

The chaos of reporting season makes a good case against markets being efficient. It will take weeks, if not months, to fully parse the recent data download of many hundreds of reports, and to also process views gleamed from the ensuing company roadshows. Reporting season can thus generate a long... Show More

Imdex: What the market missed

Andrew Smith

Starting with quality of the earnings, the data was encouraging. Revenue growth continues to be strong reflecting the recovery in the mining cycle. More encouraging was the expansion in EBITDA margins (from 16.5% to 19.2%) and this was despite the disclosure of an additional $5 million invested in technology development... Show More

Imdex set to benefit from mining recovery

Jack Collopy

Imdex has internally developed a fleet of tools and products which it leases to drillers for use during exploration. Imdex have had significant success with their traditional core orientation tools and are progressively seeing increased demand for newer cost-saving technologies. Current R&D expenditure is focused on developing tools for the... Show More

Earnings momentum lifts at Imdex

Andrew Smith

Today’s third quarter update highlights a pick-up in momentum with third quarter revenue growth of 39% compared to second quarter growth of 13.4% and first quarter growth of 6.0%. Indicators from March were also strong with a 44% lift in tools on hire foreshadowing strong revenue growth in the coming... Show More

Reporting Season Highlights - Imdex, Lovisa, Isentia

Glennon Capital

Last week marked the busiest week of the current reporting season. With most of the smaller companies reporting there was no shortage of stocks to profile. We take a look at three of these businesses, how they have fared during the reporting period and what this means for the businesses... Show More

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Daily AGM Note, Friday 25 November 2016

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Aside from Primary Health Care, today's note features smaller AGMs. First strikes at Australian Dairy Farms Group, Fleetwood Corporation, East Energy Resources and Quantum Energy and close at Carnarvon Petroleum. Not for the first time this season, I take a look at the show of hands or poll debate, using... Show More