DX Group PLC (LON:DX.) has said its revenue and adjusted underlying earnings (EBITDA) are expected to top current forecasts, set at £309mln and £1mln, respectively.
The logistics specialist expects to generate a small profit before tax in the second half of the year to June 27, 2020, adding that it has seen a “slow and steady recovery” since last month. The group's net debt as at April 25, 2020, was £2mln.
DX's operations have continued during the coronavirus lockdowns as the parcels deliverer was deemed an essential service, with activity improving after an initial dip.
“We reiterate our view that as economic activity picks up, DX will see an immediate benefit and resume its recovery path and strategic progress,” analysts at 'house' broker finnCap said in a note.
DX shares rose 7% to 10p on Thursday morning.