3 ASX All Ords shares beaten up on results

These 3 ASX All Ords shares had a tough day of trading after releasing their results today.

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The All Ordinaries Index (ASX: XAO) closed 0.06% lower today as the ASX reporting season wraps up for another year.

The following ASX All Ords shares spent a day in the red as well, after releasing FY22 and half-yearly results today. However, a late rally saw two of the companies return to base. Let's take a look.

Healthia Ltd (ASX: HLA)

The Healthia share price dropped 4% today after the ASX-listed healthcare company brought in some subdued results for FY22.

The top line did quite well with revenue growth of 44.4% to $202.8 million, but Healthia recorded a net loss of $3.3 million.

Healthia attributes the loss to flooding events across Southeast Queensland and New South Wales, staff absenteeism and cancellations stemming from COVID-19. On top of this, there were one-off non-recurring acquisition, integration and restructuring costs.

Across the year, Healthia deployed $111.3 million in capital towards acquiring 95 new businesses. This includes the 63 Back In Motion physiotherapy clinics, enabling Healthia to become one of the largest health providers in Australia and New Zealand.

However, these acquisitions stretched Healthia's balance sheet. It increased borrowing to around $77 million and managed to negotiate an extension of its finance facility from $70 million to $100 million.

Management advised that it expected to record underlying earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation of more than $40 million in FY23.

Healthia also plans to spend at least $20 million on acquisitions in FY23.

The company's current market capitalisation is around $231 million.

Family Zone Cyber Safety Ltd (ASX: FZO)

The Family Zone share price spent all day in the red on the back of a poor set of financial results for FY22 before returning to its previous closing price of 40 cents apiece in the final moments of trading. The company is focused on developing a cyber safety and parental control platform.

Revenue increased 399% from $8.96 million in FY21 to $44.73 million in FY22, but this couldn't curtail the hefty jump in its net loss. Family Zone recorded a 243% increase in its net loss from $21.98 million in FY21 to $75.38 million in FY22.

The significant change in results is due to the company's acquisition of Smoothwall and Cipafilter during the year.

Family Zone currently holds $32.75 million in cash and $0.2 million in long-term borrowings.

Operating cash outflow jumped from negative $15.48 million in FY21 to negative $37.32 million in FY22.

Family Zone's market capitalisation is around $352.23 million.

Audio Pixels Holdings Ltd (ASX: AKP)

The Audio Pixels share price fell by as much as 3% today on the back of soft results for HY22. However, shares in the ASX All Ords company also rallied back to their previous closing price of $14.47 in the final moments of trading.

Revenue went up from $58.3 million in HY21 to $78.6 million in HY22. Audio Pixels' net loss also went in the right direction, improving from $1.6 million to $0.68 million. However, when you account for foreign exchange differences, net loss rose from $2.66 million in HY21 to $2.98 million in HY22.

Operating cash outflow improved slightly from $2.64 million in HY21 to $2.50 million in HY22.

It appears Audio Pixels needs to raise more capital or rely on more debt given it holds $0.59 million in current assets and $1.40 million in current trade payables.

Audio Pixels relied heavily on unsecured borrowings of $2.39 million in HY22.

The current market capitalisation of Audio Pixels is around $415 million.

Motley Fool contributor Raymond Jang has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool Australia's parent company Motley Fool Holdings Inc. has positions in and has recommended HEALTHIA FPO. The Motley Fool Australia has recommended HEALTHIA FPO. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy. This article contains general investment advice only (under AFSL 400691). Authorised by Scott Phillips.

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