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Johnson Service Group

A rather large smallcap

Most of the companies featured in AimZine have been small companies with potential for considerable growth. However, Johnson Service Group, which employs around 5500 people, is certainly not small but nonetheless it has some growth potential and with a single figure p/e it is not highly rated.

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This month we report on positive news from Coral Products, Beacon Hill Resources, Arian Silver Corporation and Symphony Environmental Technologies. Also, recent results from two AimZine-featured companies show considerable promise.

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Hydro International

Turning water around

On 6 March Hydro international announced results for the year to 31 December 2011, slightly ahead of the house broker’s forecasts. Furthermore, the Group reported good prospects for 2012, particularly for its Wastewater division.

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AIM Snippet

A true penny share

This month’s Snippet article highlights an interesting penny share with a large potential market. At the time of publication these shares are quoted at exactly one penny, giving the Company a market capitalisation of just £3.7 million.

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AIM Investor Focus

Investor event on 25th April

David O'Hara writes: "Since the last AimZine, investors have been registering their attendance at AIM Investor Focus, the Blackthorn Focus event taking place on 25th April. A fifth company, Randall & Quilter, has signed up for the event......."

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AIM Commentary

Living up to expectations

The editor considers whether brokers' forecasts are becoming over optimistic and makes a suggestion to improve matters. He also introduces the "GKP" factor which may be having a big influence on the AIM market as traders rush to cover margin calls.

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Frankfurt FQB to fall away

Joss Alcraft of Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP takes a look at how changes at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange could affect the AIM market. Joss writes: The First Quotation Board segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange will cease to exist with effect from the third quarter of this year. This will have a major impact on companies listed on it........

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