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AIM round-up: Abingdon Health, Providence Resources, IG Design


London’s AIM Index managed to post modest gains during Tuesday’s session, advancing a further six and a half points to trade at 910.10 by 3.30pm.

  • Abingdon Health +37%
  • Providence Resources +36%
  • IG Design Group +19%
  • Jangada Mines -26%
  • TP Group -21%

Abingdon Health LON:ABDX topped the board today, up 37% off the back of news that it had reached a settlement with the government over the unpaid contract for COVID tests. Once received, monies will be used for working capital and to fund various growth initiatives.

Providence Resources [LON:PVR] added 36% although trade was limited and this was reflected in the wide spread. Notably yesterday saw a significant uptick in trades yesterday after it was revealed that Vevan Unlimited had broadly doubled its stake, but the reaction to that was distinctly muted.

IG Design LON:IGR gets the notable mention after well received full year results saw shares advance 19%. The order book for the current financial year is already 71% complete and although more challenging times lie ahead, there’s clearly confidence in the outlook. Adjustments to remuneration schemes to better align employee and shareholder interests are also noted.

Jangada Mines LON:JAN was the day’s worst performer, off 26% at the close. Full year results this morning covering the period to December 31st. Selling interest in the stock was certainly elevated as a result, sending shares down to levels not seen since October 2020.

TP Group LON:TPG slipped 21% by 3.30pm, having advised the market of a delay to publication of audited results. Unaudited figures show revenues up but gross profits down and the operating loss advancing from £3.3m to £6.9m. The current year is progressing in line with management expectations and ahead of last year, but one division – TPG Maritime – is struggling following a slow start.

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