We use cookies to improve site performance and enhance your user experience. If you'd like to disable cookies on this device, please see our cookie management page.
If you close this message or continue to use this site, you consent to our use of cookies on this devise in accordance with our cookie policy, unless you disable them.


News & Tips: Monitise, Enquest, Latchways, Rolls Royce, British Land, Blinkx & more

Today's market overview

Equities have ticked up a little in early trading but The Trader Dominic Picarda is beginning to question whether the recent rally has run its course.


Mobile payments specialist Monitise (MONI) grew revenues by 63 per cent to £27.8m in the six months to December as its mobile payments technology continues to gain good traction. Indeed, the company is now carrying out around 2bn transactions on an annualised basis, worth $31bn. The full year revenue target of £70m looks achievable according to management. We keep our buy recommendation.

Oil business Enquest (ENQ) has announced the successful raising of £145m through the issue of a retail bond. Buy.

Sell recommendation Latchways (LTC) says that trading conditions remain tough, but nonetheless it enjoyed record revenues in the third quarter.

Rolls Royce (RR.) has won another service contract with the US Air Force, worth $97.3m. We keep our buy rating.


British Land (BLND) has bought a portfolio of London properties including the Ealing Broadway shopping centre and office properties in Chiswick, Putney, Fulham and the West End from Wereldhave for a combined £183.8m.

Video search engine specialist Blinkx (BLNX) has followed up what was described as an ‘exceptional’ first half performance with further strong trading in the third quarter which means full year revenues are now expected to be in the region of $180m-$185m.

Telecom Plus (TEP) says organic growth remains strong with a further 50,000 utility services added during the third quarter, the sixth consecutive quarter of 50,000-plus growth. Total services provided now number 1.54m.


Enegi Oil (ENEG) says it has agreed a farm out deal over one of its North Sea blocks with Azimuth, which will now undertake exploration on the acreage.

Noventa (NVTA), a Congolese miner, has warned that lower than expected production from its Marropino mine means it will struggle to meet the terms of its loans.

visible-status-Public story-url-newstips_110213.xml

By Graeme Davies,
11 February 2013

Print this article

Advertiser reports

Register today and get...

Register today and get...
Please note terms & conditions apply