Simon Thompson 

Gama on course for strong second half

Simon Thompson

Simon Thompson

Shareholders in Aim-traded Gama Aviation (GMAA:187p) suffered a bout of turbulence over the summer after the operator of privately owned jet aircraft reported a flat trading performance in the first five months of the 2018 financial year. (Gama shares hit turbulence’, 5 June 2018). In the event, Gama reported a $400,000 decline in its first half underlying pre-tax profits to $6.6m which translated into a 10 per cent drop in adjusted EPS to 11¢.

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