M Winkworth Plc (AIM: WINK) for the six months ended 30 June 2019, has reported a 2.5 per cent decline in revenues to £2.73 million as compared to £2.80 million in H1 2018. Profit before taxation too declined marginally to £588k from £594k reported in H1 2018. However, the rental income of the company increased to 53 per cent of total revenues as compared to 49 per cent of the revenues in H1 2018.
On 11th September 2019, at the time of writing, GMT 08:03 AM, WINK shares were trading at GBX 114.00, up by 1.00 points or 0.89% against the previous day closing price.
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