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AIM says farewell to more companies

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April 2024 saw another large number of companies leave AIM, including the junior market's largest dividend paying company. Thankfully, there were some new arrivals too, which we introduce here, and the AIM index also moved higher. (Free to read)


At the end of April 2024 there were 730 companies on AIM, with the total market value of London's growth market £76.6 billion. This compares to 738 companies at the end of March 2024, when AIM’s market value was also £76.6 billion.

There were 10 departures in April and 2 new arrivals. Thankfully, many of the leavers were very small companies, although it was sad to see the departure of one AIM giant, which we…

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