Toople and Russ Mould on Signs of a Recession & stocks, Boku, Keystone Law & Harworth
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12:24, 9th November 2018

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Andy Hollingworth, Chief Executive Officer of Toople (TOOP) provides an update on their trading which experienced a record month in October.

Toople Plc, a company incorporated in the UK provides a range of telecoms services primarily targeted at the UK SME market. Services offered by the Group include business broadband, fibre, EFM and Ethernet data services, business mobile phones, cloud PBX and SIP Trunking and Traditional Services (calls and lines) all of which are delivered and managed through Merlin, the Group’s proprietary software platform. The Group is differentiated by its focus on creating business broadband solutions, with robust and reliable packages that will enhance our customers company’s. In addition, our vision is based on trust and transparency, with no hidden fees within our pricing policy providing customers with a clear understanding of cost.

Russ Mould

Russ Mould, Investment Director at stockbroker AJ Bell talks about:

The signals that may indicate if a recession is on the way plus he covers the following stocks:

Boku Group (BOKU) FOLLOW

Keystone Law Group (KEYS) FOLLOW

Harworth (HWG) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 16 minutes 19 seconds)

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