- Braveheart Investment Group's revenues fell £397,000 in the six months to the end of September - down from £562,000 last time.

The group posted a pre-tax profit of £191,000 compared with £475,000 a year ago.

Chief executive Trevor E Brown said: 'The primary focus of the board over the next months will be to work energetically with the boards of our Strategic Investments to promote medium and longer-term capital growth from the expansion of their operations.

'With the many operational and corporate initiatives and developments currently underway in our portfolio, we anticipate a busy and exciting period ahead and we view the future of the Group with confidence.'

At 8:03am: [LON:BRH] Braveheart Investment Group PLC share price was -1.5p at 17p

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