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September 2022

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  • Epic Code:
  • TRCS
  • Price:
  • 995p
Ahead of reporting on 9 November, Tracsis said it expects to beat full year EBITDA expectations. Berenberg originally forecast organic sales growth of c.18% in FY22 but Tracsis is set to deliver 25% growth to £69m, reflecting strong post-Covid lockdown recovery in the Data, Analytics, Consultancy & Events division whist its Rail Technology & Services division has continued to trade well. There has also been a strong maiden contribution from the RailComm acquisition, which has won several contracts in North America. Berenberg forecasts eps of 34.9p for the year already ended with 39p this year. With cash expected to be >£17m, it looks well placed for further deals. Tipped at 660p in April ‘21, strong hold for m ...

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