MILAN ( – The total value exchanged during the week is € 37.7 million; 62 positive shares with an average of + 3.99%. The FTSE AIM Italia scored + 0.58%. The FTSE Italia PIR PMI All recorded a performance of + 1.78%. The 5 best performances of the week: Gruppo Green Power: 12.41% (CMG Euro 18.423) 12.18% (CMG Euro 22.950) Blue Financial Communication: 10.31% (CMG Euro 5.393) Safe Bag: 9.36% (CMG Euro 348,394) Bomi Italia: 9.13% (CMG Euro 7.132) At sector level * the best performance of the week was recorded by the Food sector (+ 4.6% on average), followed by the Healthcare sector (+ 3.9%) and the Services sector (+ 2.9%). Sector Performance: Food: 4.6% (CMG Euro 36.393) Healthcare: 3.9% (CMG Euro 41.440) Services: 2.9% (CMG Euro 55.809) Renewable Energy and Energy: 2.7% (CMG Euro 13.484) Chemical : 2.4% (CMG Euro 3.942.105) Fashion and Luxury: 2.3% (CMG Euro 8.566) Telecommunications: 1.7% (CMG Euro 15,574) Media: 1.1% (CMG Euro 22.182) Finance: 0 , 5% (CMG Euro 98.815) Technology: -0.4% (CMG Euro 25.683) Industrial: -0.7% (CMG Euro 34.607) * Sector classification by the IR TOP Osservatorio ( Main News of the week Lambiase (IR Top Consulting): “AIM more attractive for PIR investors” At the launch of the 5th edition of the AIM Investor Day organised by IR Top Consulting with the support of the Italian Stock Exchange LSEG and the Department for International Trade. About 200 qualified investors will participate in the day dedicated to the presentation of AIM companies. “The AIM Investor Day – comments Anna Lambiase, CEO of IR Top Consulting – confirms the high standard set for AIM Italia with significant growth of the participating companies, of the meetings with investors, with institutions of excellence on market trends and on issues of strategic finance and ESG. With a presence of around 200 institutional and professional investors and a large number of companies interested in enhancing their value in the financial community, it was an opportunity to explore strategies and outlooks, as well as disclosure of non-financial information. The share of PIR investors is growing significantly compared to last year, representing 25% of the free float on AIM; the FTSE AIM Italia index outperforms all other stock market indices, in particular the FTSE Small Cap index; the AIM companies recorded an average growth in revenues of + 14% in the half year. We hope that the number of companies on the share price list will continue to grow in 2018 and in the coming years thanks to the tax credit on IPO costs.” AIM Italia Observatory (IR Top Consulting): 258 new IPOs in 2018 The AIM market has a total of 114 companies with a turnover of 5.0 billion euros, a capitalisation of 7.4 billion euros and raised capital for IPOs amounting to € 3.6 billion, of which, on average, 93% deriving from the new issue of shares (€ 4.1 billion of deposits including secondary transactions). This is what has emerged from the surveys of the AIM Osservatorio of IR Top Consulting. In 2018, the SME stock market has had 25 new IPOs, of which 7 SPAC, in line with the 2017 prices. In addition, 5 companies were admitted to trading, of which 4 following a Business Combination with SPAC. AIM Investor Day: Mediolanum Fund Management SGR most active investor Mediolanum Gestione Sondi Funds is the most experienced investor on the AIM Italia market. This is what has emerged from the ranking drafted by the IR Top Consulting Osservatorio. Mediolanum Gestione Fondi SGR has a total investment as of November 12th 2018 of Euro 96.9 million and a number of investee companies equal to 55. The investments refer to the funds ‘Mediolanum Flessibile Sviluppo Italia’, ‘Mediolanum Flessibile Futuro Italia’ and ‘Mediolanum Challenge Italian Equity’. Companies following Mediolanum in the classification are Kairos Partners SGR (total investment of € 82.3m with 25 investee companies) and Momentum Alternative Investments (€ 49.8m with 20 companies). Clabo estimates revenues between 56.4 and 57.2 million E FY 2018 Clabo, heir to an industrial tradition founded in 1958 and an international leader in the catering furnishings sector, specialises in the production and marketing of professional display cases for ice-cream parlors, patisseries, bars, cafes as well as, thanks to the acquisition of HMC, for convenience and variety stores. Clabo’s Executive Chairman, Pierluigi Bocchini, as part of the IR Top Consulting AIM Investor Day, has anticipated some estimated, non-audited, pro-forma and management figures relating to the final balance consolidated financial statements of 2018. The company has announced that the estimate on consolidated pro-forma revenues is between € 56.4 million and € 57.2 million. The estimate on pro-forma and adjusted Ebitda is between 6.1 and 6.6 million euros, compared to 7.2 million euros envisaged in the Business Plan. The deviation is mainly due to the production delays recorded by the Chinese subsidiary Qingdao Clabo Easy Best Refrigeration, following the introduction of the SAP information system, integrated with the parent system. With regard to the Net Financial Position, the estimate is between 23.2 and 23.8 million euros. Circle: 9M18 production value at 3.65 mln euros, +20% from 9M17 Established in Genoa in June 2012, Circle is a management consulting firm with distinctive vertical expertise in the port and intermodal logistics sector specialising in process analysis and in the development of automation solutions and for the digitalisation of the Supply Chain. The Board of Directors of Circle have reviewed the main economic parameters of the third quarter. As of 30th September, the value of production amounted to approximately € 3.65 million, an increase of around 20% compared to the first nine months of 2017, while EBITDA amounted to around €1.0 million (up 38 % compared to the same period of the previous year), EBIT equalled approximately € 0.7 million (up 35% considering also the costs of the IPO). “I am extremely proud of the development plan we are pursuing and the satisfactory results that arose from it. – says the President and CEO Luca Abatello – Our software suite Milos, in the first nine months of the year has grown beyond expectations, with a + 50% compared to 2017.” Bomi Italia: three-year agreement with Guerbet in Brazil Bomi Italia is the holding company of the Bomi Group, a leader in the biomedical logistics sector and in the management of high-tech products for health protection. Guerbet, one of the world’s leading players in the field of contrast media and imaging solutions, has chosen Bomi Group to restructure its logistics processes in São Paulo with the aim of improving the quality of the service for its customers. Bomi is offering Guerbet a service for storing products at controlled temperature in addition to a fully equipped Repair Shop Area of about 150 m² where the technical staff of Guerbet can access and work in total safety. The customer also has a dedicated loading/unloading bay and an area for receiving products in quarantine of around 140 m². Guerbet has chosen the Bomi group as a logistics partner in Brazil with the aim of improving the storage conditions of its products and speeding up deliveries to customers. THE AIM COMPANIES: 4AIM SICAF: -4,45% Abitare In: 0,95% Agatos: 7,81% Alfio Bardolla Training Group: -0,62% Alkemy: 2,34% Alp.I: -0,20% Ambromobiliare: 0,26% Archimede: 3,44% Askoll EVA: 0,98% Assiteca: 7,33% axélero: sosp. BioDue: 2,32% Bio-on: 2,39% Blue Financial Communication: 10,31% Bomi Italia: 9,13% Caleido Group: 0,00% Capital For Progress 2: 0,55% Casta Diva Group: 5,26% CdR Advance Capital: 6,58% Cellularline: 2,52% CFT: -2,81% Circle: -7,34% Clabo: 2,94% Costamp Group: 0,00% Cover 50: -0,82% Culti Milano: -12,94% DBA Group: 1,47% DHH: 2,86% Digital Magics: 0,00% Digital Value: -0,44% Digital360: 0,00% DigiTouch: 0,77% Ecosuntek: 3,81% Ediliziacrobatica: 0,00% Elettra Investimenti: 0,63% Energica Motor Company: -2,96% Energy Lab: sosp. Enertronica: -6,35% EPS Equita PEP 2: 1,06% Esautomotion: -3,66% Expert System: 3,29% Fervi: 0,45% Fine Foods NTM: 2,79% Finlogic: 3,02% Fintel Energia Group: 0,00% First Capital: -3,70% FOPE: 6,40% Frendy Energy: 3,17% Gabelli Value For Italy: 1,06% Gambero Rosso: 0,00% Gel: 0,00% Giorgio Fedon & Figli: -3,85% GO Internet: 1,13% GPI: 0,45% Grifal: 8,87% Gruppo Green Power: 12,41% Health Italia: 5,19% H-FARM: 6,69% Icf Group: -4,90% IdeaMI: -1,86% Illa: -8,36% Imvest: -5,26% Industrial Stars of Italy 3: -0,84% Iniziative Bresciane: 0,00% Innovatec: 1,93% Intred: 2,37% Italia Independent Group: 6,39% Italian Wine Brands: 3,14% Ki Group: 8,70% Kolinpharma: 4,31% Leone Film Group: 0,00% Life Care Capital: -0,65% Longino & Cardenal: 5,04% Lucisano Media Group: 5,81% MailUp: 4,10% Masi Agricola: 2,21% Mondo TV France: -0,55% Mondo TV Suisse: -1,13% Monnalisa: 3,31% Neodecortech: 3,25% Net Insurance: 1,90% Neurosoft: -5,22% Notorious Pictures: -7,71% Orsero: 3,71% Pharmanutra: 2,29% PLT Energia: 0,37% Poligrafici Printing: -1,97% Portale Sardegna: -3,87% Portobello: 7,68% Prismi: -5,35% Renergetica: 6,17% Rosetti Marino: 0,00% S.M.R.E.: 4,36% Safe Bag: 9,36% Sciuker Frames: -5,76% SCM SIM: 0,00% SG Company: 0,02% SITI B&T Group: 0,00% Softec: 0,00% Somec: 0,63% 12,18% Spactiv: -0,84% Spaxs: -1,17% Sprintitaly: 0,00% Telesia: 7,79% TheSpac: -0,03% TPS: 6,68% Vei 1: -0,64% Vetrya: 2,01% Vimi Fasteners: -0,05% Visibilia Editore: -10,24% WIIT: -0,31% WM Capital: 0,96%