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15 stocks in the 'buy zone'

15 stocks in the 'buy zone'

After rejigging the algorithm and reassessing every share ranked by his Decision Engine stock screener, companies analyst Richard Beddard has a lot to report on.

Should you buy Haynes shares?

Should you buy Haynes shares?

Haynes is an itch that companies analyst Richard Beddard cannot stop scratching. Here, he tells us whether he's ready to buy.

Haynes resolutions passed at AGM

Haynes Publishing Group has confirmed that all resolutions proposed at its annual general meeting yesterday were passed on a show of hands.

At 9:53am: (LON:HYNS) Haynes Publishing Group PLC share price was 0p at 202.5p

Ovid's shares for the future

Ovid's shares for the future

Speculators focus on extremes, leaving good firms at reasonable prices in the middle - unloved and undervalued. Here's why Richard Beddard's stocks are 'safest in the middle course'.

Haynes schedules AGM

Haynes Publishing has confirmed that the Group intends to hold its Annual General Meeting on 8 November.

At 1:31pm: (LON:HYNS) Haynes Publishing Group PLC share price was +11.5p at 210p

Broker Forecast - Panmure Gordon issues a broker note on Haynes Publishing Group PLC

Panmure Gordon today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Haynes Publishing Group PLC (LON:HYNS) and raised its price target to 235p (from 225p).

Haynes to acquire Carweb's E3 Technical business

Haynes has reached agreement on the acquisition of the E3 Technical business from Carweb Ltd, a Solera UK subsidiary, for £4.72m in cash.

Haynes said the consideration was being funded from its existing cash resources and banking facilities.

The E3 Technical business consists of repair and maintenance information, vehicle registration mark look-up and an associated provision of helpdesk services.

The rransaction includes the acquisition of certain customer contracts, and employees from Carweb.

How to find cheap shares that could outperform

How to find cheap shares that could outperform

An accounting professor has developed a quick way of identifying cheap shares able to rebound. Stockopedia's Ben Hobson applies the same methodology to the current UK market.

Haynes revenues and profits rise

Haynes Publishing's adjusted operating profits rose by 28% to £3.2m in the year to the end of May.

Revenues rose by 16% to £29.8m with the acquisition of OATS Limited in December 2016, a leading global equipment and lubricants database, adding £1.0m to group revenue and £0.1 million to group profit before tax.

Revenue from the group's digital products increased YoY by 51% to £11.9 million (2016: £7.9 million) representing 40% of total group revenue (2016: 31%).

Other highlights:

- UK & European revenue up 35% YoY driven by HaynesPro growth in Europe and

Haynes schedules General Meeting

Haynes Publishing Group has confirmed that the Company intends to hold a General Meeting on 18 July to seek shareholder approval for the adoption of a long term incentive plan (LTIP) for senior directors and employees.

At 1:01pm: (LON:HYNS) Haynes Publishing Group PLC share price was -1p at 191.5p