Digitalbox full-year results were “in line with guidance”

Results were due on Thursday but have been delayed following new financial authority guidelines

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Digitalbox PLC (LON:DBOX) shares rose on Tuesday as it said results for the year to 31 December were “in line with guidance”, although their publication has been delayed due to the restrictions imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority during the coronavirus pandemic lock down.

The owner of the Entertainment Daily and The Daily Mash websites was scheduled to post its full-year results on Thursday but they have been deferred after requests from the FCA and the Financial Reporting Council for a two-week moratorium.

In a trading update on January 16, the AIM-listed firm had said its full-year adjusted profit before tax and revenue were going to be ahead of market expectations.

Digitalbox shares rose 4% to 6.5p on Tuesday morning.

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Market: AIM
Market Cap: £5.37 m

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