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This promising small-cap stock could be a millionaire-maker

We all know that the financial press has a tendency to focus on popular blue-chip stocks, generating a plethora of articles, analysis and commentary on a daily basis, covering the larger companies the Great British public is most likely to be interested in.

Animalcare expects profit to meet expectations

Animalcare Group said its earnings for the full year were expected to be in line with management expectations.

Revenue rose by around 9.5% to £91.9m, which was slightly higher than anticipated, the company said.

The integration of the recent Ecuphar acquisition was progressing as planned, though the company added that it was still at an early stage.

A secret growth stock to watch in 2018

Goals Soccer Centres (LSE:GOAL) hasn't exactly had the best of it in recent times. The soccer specialist's share price has dived by exactly two-thirds over the past year alone and if Monday's pre-close update is anything to go by, that much-awaited recovery could be a very long time coming.

Best AIM companies of 2017 confirmed

Best AIM companies of 2017 confirmed

Former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore reveals the winners at this year's AIM Awards, and how many he guessed right.

Best AIM companies of 2017

Best AIM companies of 2017

The annual AIM Awards are almost upon us, so former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore names the small-cap companies he thinks will take home the prizes.

2 stocks I reckon could help you achieve financial independence

Investor demand for Animalcare (LSE:ANCR) remained flat in Tuesday trading despite the release of impressive trading details.

The York-based business announced that revenues increased 7.9% in the 12 months to June 2017, to £15.9m, a result that pushed underlying EBITDA 13% higher to just under £4m.

Whilst Animalcare saw sales at its Animal Welfare Products arm rise 5.5% in the first half, to £2.9m, it was left to its Licensed Veterinary Medicines division to really steal the show.

Animalcare completes acquisition of Ecuphar

Animalcare has completed its acquisition of Ecuphar NV and a placing of 9,340,168 shares at 350p to raise approximately £32.7m, gross.

The placing consisted of 8,571,428 new shares by the company and the sale of 768,740 shares sold by the selling shareholders at the placing price.

At 8:09am: (LON:ANCR) Animalcare Group PLC share price was +2.5p at 357.5p

Animalcare shareholders approve acquisition and placing

Animalcare Group has confirmed that, at the General Meeting held today, all resolutions in connection with the the proposed share placing and the acquisition of Ecuphar NV were passed.

The acquisition and placing are expected to complete tomorrow.

In aggregate, 38,691,790 New Ordinary Shares have been allotted and issued pursuant to the Proposals, comprising 8,571,428 New Placing Shares, 1,368,896 Option Shares and 28,751,466 Consideration Shares.

At 1:22pm: (LON:ANCR) Animalcare Group PLC share price was +2.5p at 357.5p

Top ranked shares for the future

Top ranked shares for the future

After upgrading his decision engine, companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks he's got to the heart of investing and the reasons we so often make mistakes.

A high-flying small-cap worth buying?

A high-flying small-cap worth buying?

This AIM company has just completed a complicated deal, but don't worry, companies analyst Richard Beddard has managed to make sense of it all.