Domino's reported an 18% rise in pre-tax profit on a 10% increase in revenue in the year to December 27. It saw nine quarters in a row of double-digit like-for-like UK sales.
Following on from a non-binding agreement last week, the Kazakhstan focused oil and gas junior confirmed today that Olisol would provide it with a $15mln convertible debt facility.
Elsewhere in oil, Genel Energy (LON:GENL) revealed a 34% drop in revenues for 2015 as a result of falling oil prices. The impact of low prices was, however, partially offset by a rise in production. At
84,900 barrels of oil per day Genel's output was up 22% from the prior year.
Snowden consultants are currently preparing a JORC technical report on the Avoca and Bailieston projects in Victoria after ECR subsidiary Mercator Gold Australia struck a deal with Currawong Resources.
The hydrogen storage and fuel systems group has £9.7mln of projects contracted and a further £9mln in the final stages of negotiation. That compares with £17.7mln in total at the end of January, which itself was 55% higher than a year earlier.
Peter Secker, chief executive, said the next key step is a full Feasibility Study, which it has funded already and should be completed in a year’s time.
The 49-year-old will replace Michael Barton who stepped down on 2 March following his departure from Pala Investments, Sierra's majority shareholder, to pursue other career opportunities.
Mytrah said it was the largest refinancing ever seen in the Indian renewables sector and the first to put ten wind power plants under one financial package.
It will mean lower interest costs and a higher credit rating.
And finally, pawnbroker H&T Group (LON:HAT) said it traded well last year, despite difficult markets, and posted a 23.6% increase in pre-tax profit.
It stabilised its core pawnbroking business and also made progress developing other revenue lines.