Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health, has increased the number of online Polish companies available.
Company Watch has expanded the number of Italian companies available online.
Company Watch, who monitor corporate financial health, has found that there are now approximately 249,000 ‘Zombie’ firms trading in the UK, an increase of 10,000 compared to November 2014 when they conducted the same research.
Research by Opus Restructuring, a leading advisory, restructuring and insolvency firm, reveals that Administration, the UK’s flagship business rescue procedure, is ineffective in over two thirds of cases.
Although collapsing commodity prices have hit mining giants like Glencore, smaller mining stocks have taken as much or even more of a battering, according to new research on the AIM-quoted mining sector from corporate health monitors Company Watch.
To illustrate the impact the mining recession has had on smaller mining stocks, ...Read full release.
Recently, the ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers) announced that around half of the UK’s nightclubs had closed their doors since 2005. Company Watch, the corporate health monitors, has now looked at the financial health of the remaining privately‐owned nightclub businesses currently trading. Read more.
The quoted house building sector, with a few exceptions, is performing strongly, according to new research from corporate health monitors Company Watch. Around two thirds of quoted house builders feature in the Company Watch top quartile, with H-Scores from 75 to 100. The higher the H-Score (out of a maximum of 100) the better its financial health. Read the full release.
How high profile crowd funded businesses fared after their media launches
As more companies turn to crowd funding to raise money to either launch or develop their businesses, financial ratings experts Company Watch examined the financial strength of some of the firms that commanded national media attention over the past three years. Read the full release
With investors seeking better growth prospects than those offered by the beleaguered oil and gas and mining companies that constitute around a fifth of all AIM stocks, Company Watch has examined the financial health of alternative sectors. Read the full press release.