ITL Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, distribution, and sale of innovative medical devices and medical procedure packs. It operates through the following segments: ITL BioMedical, Healthcare Australia, and MyHealthTest. The ITL BioMedical segment designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes a range of biological safety sampling devices and hospital single use devices for the global human healthcare market. The Healthcare Australia segment provides medical and surgical solutions to suit the individual needs of both public and private hospitals throughout Australia. The MyHealthTest segment is a Canberra based medical biotech company which provides direct consumer pathology testing. The company was founded by William Leonard Mobbs in 1994 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia.
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Wednesday, September 21, 2016
On 20th September TPG Telecom (CODE:TPM) released their 2016 results and the market did not like what it saw. The stock price plunged 21.5% throughout the day. The areas of disappointment were underlying earnings and dividends coming in below expectations, and a dampened outlook for 2017. Uncertainty also surrounds a possible expansion into Singapore.
Friday, August 21, 2015
Breville Group (CODE:BRG), another Skaffold Top 5 Stock for 2015, released their 2015 full year results yesterday. Despite the 2015 figures being ever so slightly lower than last year, the share price jumped from $6.70 to close at $6.90.
Whilst year on year revenue, EBITDA and NPAT figures were between 1.2 per cent and 4.3 per cent lower than the previous corresponding period, second half figures outstripped their 2014 predecessors.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
BigAir Group has a successful history of growth by acquisition, consistently generating substantially better margins from its operations than the acquired entity achieved.
The latest acquisition, Oriel, is expected to significantly boost BGL’s cloud and managed services business, which has been identified as a key growth sector for the business.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
In a webinar hosted at Skaffold in October 2014, financial Journalist Trevor Hoey gave his view on which sectors and stocks have the best growth prospects for Financial Year 2015. Check out the stocks and sectors trevor thinks will deliver impressive growth over the next 12 months.
Friday, July 04, 2014
12 years ago BigAir Group (BGL) was a communications ”plumbing business”- laying pipes and cables - catering to the residential market, said CEO Jason Ashton at the Microequities conference in Sydney on 1 July.
Over time BGL has morphed into a full service provider for business communications.
Four years ago BGL embarked on an aggressive merger and acquisition strategy. The plan? Acquire, integrate, then cross-sell to BigAir’s other companies/clients.
They have completed nine acquisitions over the last four years. Over the same period BGL’s Skaffold business performance score has risen from 4 to 2. Today BGL achieves Skaffold second-highest rating for balance sheet quality and business performance, A2.
There must be a lot to like about BGL because not a single Skaffold member has voted against it – 18 ‘Likes, 0 ‘Dislikes’. What’s your view on BGL? It’s trading at a pretty hefty premium to Skaffold’s intrinsic value forecast. Buy sell or hold? Or do nothing until the full year results are released next month?
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
If there is anything remotely resembling a blemish on the performance of Queensland-based civil engineering company Seymour Whyte (SWL) in the last four years, it’s poorer than expected earnings per share (EPS) growth. Has the market’s response to company announcements tarnished an otherwise strong growth trajectory?
However as a company of preference for government authorities and joint ventures delivering large and complex infrastructure projects, SWL’s share price has steadily rebounded on the back of consistent value growth, a solid dividend, excellent cash flow, a strong balance sheet (in a net cash position), plus a string of price-sensitive new project contracts.
25 Skaffold members ‘Like’ Seymour Whyte. What’s your view?
Friday, February 28, 2014
We’ve just finished the last week of February and the majority of ASX stocks have reported their interim or full year results.
We’ve just finished the last week of February and the majority of ASX stocks have reported their interim or full year results. A few to watch over the coming days is 2012 Money magazine top stock and Skaffold favourite Seymour Whyte (ASX:SWL), who released a positive sounding report recently, as did Flight Centre (ASX: FLT) and Blackmores (ASX:BKL).
A few to watch over the coming days is 2012 Money magazine top stock and Skaffold favourite Seymour Whyte (ASX:SWL), who released a positive sounding report recently, as did Flight Centre (ASX: FLT) and Blackmores (ASX:BKL).
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
If Domino’s Pizza Enterprise’s (DMP) result last week proves anything to investors it’s the danger of first impressions, and while they arguably count, they’re not always as good as they appear. Despite being slightly short of market consensus forecasts, DMP's share price jumped over 12% following headline reports of its 38.8% increase in interim underlying net profit after tax (NPAT) of $20.2 million, plus upbeat commentary around new store roll-out plans.
After one-off costs of $2.7 million, Domino’s bottom line net profit was up 28.2% to $18.6 million. But once Skaffold’s automated engine sufficiently scratched behind the top-line numbers, the stock research tool had cause to downgrade it from an A2 to a B3 rating, and as such the pizza retailer is not currently regarded as an investment grade stock - which is exclusive to A1, A2, B1 and B2-rated stocks.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Anyone watching Telstra’s (TLS) recent flurry of divestments - which has collectively hauled in a multibillion-dollar war chest - could be forgiven for feeling bewildered by the long awaited sell down of its directories business, Sensis. It’s not the sell down per se that had shareholders miffed. After all, they could see the logic in Telstra ridding itself from publishing a declining Yellow and White Pages business within a digital age.
The $454 million that US private equity fund Platinum Equity paid for a 70% stake in Sensis, which valued the company at $649 million - four times less than the more bearish analyst valuations on the business of $2.4 billion - reveals just how late Telstra was in putting this underperforming non-core business on the market.
Monday, October 28, 2013
While Nine’s IPO offer documents are yet to be lodged, the market expects Nine’s float to proceed mid December. If the success of recent floats, including insurance broker Steadfast Group (SDF) and fertility clinic operator Virtus Health (VRT) are anything to go by, the timing of Nine’s float looks about as good as it gets.
Nine’s metropolitan free-to-air TV advertising market rose just above 9% in July which, due largely to election advertising, delivered the best monthly performance in three years. Nine’s share of the market rose 11.6% in July from a year ago to 37.7%, in part due to the Ashes cricket series, which helped it win market share from (number three-ranked) rival Ten Network.
Due to its prominence as a household brand, the Nine float will capture broad investors interest. Due to its sheer size some fund managers will be unable to ignore it.
If you’re serious about participating in the Nine IPO, we’ve put together a checklist of the float details need to pay specific attention to.