In the Sunday Times’ ‘Inside the City’ column this week, Sabah Meddings was focussing on pharmaceutical minnow Amryt Pharma, amid what she saw as a step-change in the industry.
Share tips from the Sunday newspapers, including Quiz in the Sunday Times, Halma in the Sunday Telegraph and Halfords in the Mail on Sunday.
Share tips from the Sunday newspapers, including Kier in Sunday Times and Cake Box in the Mail on Sunday.
In the Sunday Times’ ‘Inside the City’ column, John Collingridge set his focus this week on outsourcing giant Serco, opening with Rupert Soames’ appointment at chief executive four years ago and how that event gave the firm’s shares a 10% single-day bump.
A round-up of Sunday newspaper share tips, as the Sunday Telegraph takes a look at Merlin Entertainment, the Sunday Times offers up Speedy Hire, and the Mail on Sunday examines the Ashoka India Equity investment trust.
Newspaper share tips from the Sunday Times on Oxford BioMedica, Sunday Telegraph on Avast and Mail on Sunday on Savannah Resources.
In his ‘Inside the City’ column for the Sunday Times, John Collingridge was looking at sofa-peddler DFS, noting its braveness in expanding its retail footprint at a time when others - from M&S to Dixons Carphone - are shuttering storefront after storefront.
In the Sunday Times’ Inside the City column, John Collingridge looked at how much has changed for water utility Severn Trent in the five years since shareholders rejected a £22-a-share offer from the Canadian LongRiver consortium.
In the ‘Inside the City’ column for the Sunday Times, Simon Duke was warning against predicting the future too confidently - specifically pointing to Phil Dorgan’s declaration eight years ago that Ocado was worth zero.
Share tips from the Sunday newspapers, including BCA Marketplace in the Sunday Times, Questor in the Sunday Telegraph examining Barclays, while Midas in the Mail on Sunday going for Harvest Minerals.
Shares in WH Smith were a 'buy' for the Sunday Times' Inside the City column.
Smiths Group was a 'hold' for the Sunday Times' Inside the City column as chief executive Andy Reynolds Smith puts his shirt on full-year results from the engineering conglomerate in the autumn.
In his ‘Inside the City’ column for the Sunday Times, John Collingridge was looking at Centrica, bringing it all the way back to the hefty dividend promises of the ‘if you see Sid, tell him’ marketing that accompanied the privatisation of the then-British Gas in 1986.
Flybe is a share to avoid, said John Collingridge in the Inside the City column in the Sunday Times. The regional airline recently spiked on a takeover offer from Stobart Group and there looks likely to be, based on IAG's move for Norwegian Air Shuttle last week, plenty more consolidation to come among airlines, but the board dismissed the approach.
In her ‘Inside the City’ column for the Sunday Times, Sabah Meddings looked ahead to Greene King’s trading update due this week, noting that investors would be holding their breath at this stage - and hoping not to be shedding tears “into their pints of Old Speckled Hen”.
A trip of share recommendations from the tipsters at the Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph and Mail on Sunday.
Fevertree Drinks shares are now one to 'avoid' said the Sunday Times' Inside the City column, having increased almost 2000% from its flotation four years ago at 134p. Co-founder Charles Rolls sold a 2. 6% stake last week, which saw the share price drop 5% to 2,807p. The company therefore has £3. 2bn market cap, but turned over £170. 2m in 2017 and generated £56. 4m in profit.
In his Inside The City column for the Sunday Times this week, John Collingridge noted how turbulent stock market can be unforgiving for heavily discounted rights issues, focussing particularly on John Laing’s issue earlier this month.
In his Inside the City column for the Sunday Times, John Collingridge was focussed on passenger transport operator FirstGroup, noting that the question of debt remained a feature in almost any conversation about the firm.
Shares in Assura were a 'hold' for Questor in the Sunday Telegraph, the property group with a £1. 4bn market value from investing in GP surgeries. However, the stock trades for 22. 5 times current-year forecast earnings and a premium to net asset value, which does mark an ideal entry point for new investors, though a 4% dividend yield is more attractive.