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May 2023

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  • Epic Code:
  • DSCV
  • Price:
  • 817p
discoverIE said Q4 went with a bang. FY23 revenues are now expected to be +16% (8% organic), against expectations of +14%. The order book has normalised at a higher than expected level, offering good visibility into FY24, while margins have also come in ahead of consensus expectations. Despite tough comparatives, Q4 trading continued to be strong and the order book held up better than anticipated, with order intake up by 16% sequentially versus Q3. Gross margins remain robust. Panmure has nudged its eps forecast to 33.9p for the year ended with 34.5p this year but with debt reduced to c.£50m - 0.9x gearing - this leaves plenty of firepower for acquisitions. Strong hold. ...

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