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Games Workshop's double boost, Safestore doubles down, H&T grows

Games Workshop (GAW), the retailer of fantasy miniatures, board games and books, had quite an end to 2016 as the market woke up to a double benefit: strong underlying trading and a big headwind from the falling pound, given the proportion of dollar sales made by the company. Its first-half numbers, released this week, backed up that progress. Click here for our analysis. It's interesting to note how the currency translation has given the company some pricing wiggle room stateside.

Another company moving the top line in the right direction is Safestore (SAFE). The self-storage company is extending current space, opening new stores and acquiring units, while occupancy is also improving. Click here for the latest.

In terms of tip updates, we've flagged pawnbroker H&T (HAT), which has once again upgraded profit expectations on the back of the rising gold price: click here for that. Also read yesterday's general round-up here for the latest on Morrisons (MRW), Topps Tiles (TPT) and more.

Earlier in the week, William Hill (WMH) revealed the kicking it received (sorry) from the Boxing Day football, with 18 out of the 20 backed team winning. Click here for that.

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By Ian Smith,
10 January 2017

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