(Alliance News) – Duke Royalty Ltd on Thursday said that it expects higher third quarter revenue than last year, after continuing to deliver growth following on from a successful first half.
Duke Royalty (LON: DUKE) is up almost 4% Thursday morning after the company released a trading update, providing guidance for its third financial quarter ending 31 December 2022.
Analysts at Canaccord Genuity nudged up their target price on diversified financial group Duke Royalty from 53.0p to 54.0p on Thursday, citing “material growth” throughout the trading year.
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Duke Royalty Ltd – Guernsey-based royalty finance provider – Says it has successfully raised GBP18.5 million in placing of 1.5 million shares at 35 pence each, as well as a further GBP1.5 million through PrimaryBid offer. Placing is conditional on shareholder approval at the extraordinary general meeting on May 26.
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A Manchester IT firm has expanded its reach into the North East with its latest acquisition.
InTec has secured £1.65m follow on investment from Duke Royalty, the Aim-listed provider of royalty finance, to fund its acquisition of Opal IT, an IT managed services business headquartered in Newcastle.
Shares in royalty finance provider Duke Royalty (DUKE:AIM), added 4.5% to 41p following the release of its third quarter trading update which showed a record quarter for deployment and ‘normalised’ cash revenue.