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Sheeran shines on Romanian trials 25/09/2001

Brian Sheeran, chairman of green technology company Virotec, delivered some good news to investors today with exciting news of trials in Romania of its Bauxsol waste water cleaning technology.

UCM looks East 20/09/2001

Expansion into China and a restructuring of US operations form the core of speciality fused materials supplier UCM's reaction to recession, after a 100,000 first half profits slip to 2.4 million pre-tax on turnover 300,000 ahead at 17.8 million, writes Robert Tyerman.

A cheerful message from the chartists 02/06/2003

Many chartists claim to have called the bottom of the market and are now forecasting strong gains ahead. But can investors really make money from their pronouncements, or is it just hindsight masquerading as insight? Robert Tyerman reports

Zotefoams doubles to £2 million at interim 14/08/2001

Chemicals venture Zotefoams pleased the market today with doubled first half profits of £2.1 million.

Greenchip goes for Programmable 13/08/2001

Greenchip Investments, the self-styled 'technology accelerator' which moved up from Ofex to Aim eight months ago, is to be reversed into by an American plastics business. William Davidson reports.

The New Wave Technology Companies 01/04/2003

Despite the enduring bear market, we are still excited by the potential rewards that ensue when tiny technology stocks make it big. Ben Cobley surveys the current tech crop that are fuelling investors' fascination and greed

AIM Report 01/04/2003

While companies in the blue chip FTSE 100 index have recovered ground over the past month, buoyed by a seemingly good start to the war with Iraq, smaller companies have not enjoyed such gains.

SMALLCAP Report 28/02/2003

London's Small Cap index has now dropped to 1728.95 against 2486.35 a year ago as a barometer the FTSE 100 has fallen from 5153.9 to 3616.1 over the same period. However, many analysts suggest the smaller shares market has been oversold, with many recruitment ventures, in particular, looking badly undervalued. Generally speaking, these outfits are regarded as bellwethers for the first stirrings of economic recovery.

50% off The great investment give-away! 31/01/2003

There are upwards of 30 investment companies littered across the small cap market and Aim that are screaming out for investor attention.

Porvair dreams of a 'fuel cell' future 27/06/2001

Materials science group Porvair says it will use the profits from its core operations to pay for research and development spend at its innovative fuel cell technology division. James Crux reports.

Profits fade at European Colour 13/06/2001

Profits fell 18 per cent to 4.1 million last year at fully listed speciality chemicals venture European Colour as a strong pound and the US slowdown hit its pigments division, writes James Crux.

Aim continues to usher in new issues 30/10/2002

Contrary to common perceptions, the new issues market for smaller companies seeking funds has continued to thrive during 2002. Nearly 100 have come to the London markets over the past 12 months, with the Alternative Investment market accounting for around 90. This latter group has raised a total of 439 million. Compared with Europe and the US, where new issues have virtually dried up, London's performance is impressive.

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