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So, having discussed the first — the half-year movements in trading profit, on the next two slides I’d now like to highlight the trends that we’ve seen between the first and second quarters to illustrate for you the components of the positive momentum being seen. This first slide shows the main drivers of the Group’s comparative trading performance in the first quarter, which were disclosed in the Group’s June rights issue prospectus. The most significant issue was the GBP27.5 million decline, year over year, in the wireless business. vocationIn addition, there was a combined impact of GBP5.8 million in CAES from the reduced volumes and development program issues and a GBP2.2 million reduction in aviation services. On this next slide I’ve shown the main elements of the performance recovery in the second quarter, where the Group achieved operating profit of GBP87 million, an increase of GBP72 million compared to Q1. The main drivers of this improvement were: GBP18.3 million from good progress in resolution of the operational issues in the Wireless business; GBP10.1 million from an improved volume profile in the US defense business, mainly in the recovery of our EW missile programs; an additional GBP33.9 million from improved volumes in the shorter cycle businesses, the main element of which is a significant GBP19 million contribution in our communications and connectivity sector, predominantly from SATCOM and antenna’s markets And GBP10.4 million which is a combination of GBP6.4 million in efficiency improvements and an incremental GBP4 million from cost reduction actions taken across the Group, including in SATCOM, wireless, the aviation services, commercial and special mission business units, integrated electronic solutions and in semiconductor solutions. Turning to performance by sector, on the same like-for-like basis for the half, total revenue of GBP328.5 million in the comms and connectivity sector is a 9% decline from 2015. A continuing reflection of the weaknesses seen at the end of last year in certain commercial markets, notably with reduced levels of spending from customers with exposure to the oil and gas market in SATCOM, only partially offset by increasing demand for high-speed broadband products as new constellations come on stream as well as subdued levels of investment in 5G testing from wireless network equipment providers. Partially offsetting these headwinds, we’ve continued to see satisfactory growth in revenue from the commercial aerospace market and this is the sector that has achieved the significant major contract awards from Airbus. Overall there was an increase in the order book of 10% in this sector. Total trading profit of GBP22 million for the first half was GBP40 million behind last year, mainly due to the issues in the wireless business unit but, encouragingly, we saw a GBP40 million improvement between Q1 and Q2.
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