Proactive news summary: featuring Anglo Asian, Miton Group, Sound Energy

Anglo Asian Mining, Miton Group and Sound Energy all had statements today

Here's a round-up of today's small cap news...

Today we heard that the Numis Smaller Companies Index (NSCI) ended 2015 with a return that was well ahead of the FTSE All-Share and the FTSE 100 indices.

10.6 per cent in fact, compared to 1 per cent for the FTSE All-Share Index and a -1.3 per cent loss for the FTSE 100.

And small cap fund manager Miton Group (LON:MTG) proved that investors had cottoned on by reporting a storming 2015, with net inflows of £463mln.

Elsewhere in the small cap space, Sound Energy (LON:SOU) confirmed the acquisition of a  25% stake in the Sidi Moktar project, which comprises three onshore gas permits in Morocco.

Anglo Asian Mining (LON:AAZ) produced a record amount of gold in 2015 as its recovery strategy kicked in fully.

Rosslyn Data Technology (LON:RDT) said its order pipeline is “healthy and growing” as it confirmed it remained on target to be cash flow break-even in the “next financial year”.

Atlantis Resources (LON:ARL) told investors it has hired Cameron Smith as director of project development.

Goals Soccer Centres (LON:GOAL) is on the look-out for a new chief executive officer as current boss Keith Rogers is switching roles.

Rogers will relocate to the US to become president of the US business in February 2016, the company revealed.

Keras Resources (LON:KRS), formerly known as Ferrex is on track to start production from its new gold venture in Australia in the second quarter.

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