London’s AIM index inched up another notch today, adding just over one and a half points as we edge towards the long weekend, closing at 975.74.
- Morses Club +30%
- Univision +18%
- Joules Group +14%
- Katoro Gold – 30%
- PCF Group – 24%
Morses Club [LON:MCL[ found itself at the top of the board today, advancing 30%, although shares remain significantly lower than the levels seen ahead of that cautionary statement seen earlier in the year. Limited order flow appears to be driving the spread – could good news be imminent?
Univision [LON:UVEL] was the days’ second biggest gainer, adding 18%. Again no official news but as previously reported the company is moving towards being wound up. The wide spread an low volumes leave little to be drawn from this,
A notable mention for Jules Group [LON:JOUL] which added 14% today. There’s no news here but the stock has had a bruising run and are bargain hunters now moving in?
Katoro Gold [LON:KAT] was the day’s worst performer, off 30% by the close. This morning the company issued an exploration update on its Tanzanian project, which evidently left investors somewhat underwhelmed.
PCF Group [LON:PCF] also struggled, shedding 24% today after the company’s listing was restored. Shares were suspended at the start of April awaiting the publication of audited results.