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November 2017 - AIM new arrivals…..a bizarre concierge service leaves us scratching our heads!

08/12/2017 · AfriTin Mining Ltd (ATM)  · Beeks Financial Cloud Group PLC (bks)  · Boku Inc (BOKU)  · City Pub Group PLC (CPC)  · Footasylum PLC (FOOT)  · Keystone Group PLC (KEYS)  · Novacyt SA (NCYT)  · Sosandar PLC (SOS)  · Ten Lifestyle Group PLC (TENG) 

November 2017 was a more active month for AIM new arrivals with London's growth market remaining above the £100bn value level despite share price weakness from some of its larger constituents. Our latest Blog here introduces the new arrivals, including an unusual provider of concierge services to the world’s wealthy and an interesting legal offering. Read on here…

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