Shares & trading
News on FTSE-listed companies, from results to brokers' views
Why I have faith in the Tesco share price will rise, but am shunning Rolls Royce shares, by top income investor
20 Oct 2016
David Goldman, who jointly manages the BlackRock UK Income Fund, which has returned 32 per cent over the past three years, compared to 21 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has asserted that Tesco shares remain an attractive investment for the coming economic conditions.
Why BP and Shell shares have been made a better investment by Brexit, according to star income investor
19 Oct 2016
William Meadon, who jointly runs the JP Morgan Claverhouse Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for every one of the past 44 years, has revealed the reasons why he has been buying BP and Shell shares for most of this year.
18 Oct 2016
Job Curtis, who runs the £1.3 billion City of London investment trust, which has increased its dividends for every one of the past fifty years, has revealed the reasons why he continues to invest in Lloyds Banking Group shares.
17 Oct 2016
Chris Boxall, co-founder of Fundamental Asset Management, which is a specialist investor for clients seeking to mitigate their inheritance tax liability, has revealed the AIM shares he is keen on for clients eager to mitigate their inheritance tax liability.
Why I've been buying Barclays shares, and the IPO I've put cash into this month, by investor of £2.4 billion
17 Oct 2016
Clive Beagles, who jointly manages the £2.7 billion JO Hambro UK Equity Income fund, has revealed the revealed the reasons why he has started to up his stake in banking giant Barclays, and the one IPO that has caught his eye over the past month.
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14 Oct 2016
John Baker, a veteran investor who jointly runs the JP Morgan UK Dynamic Fund, has revealed the stocks where he is finding value in the world after Brexit, and why he is shunning HSBC and RBS.
12 Oct 2016
Private investors buying Permanent Interest Bearing Shares (PIBS) are ‘dredging around the depths’ of the fixed income market as the assets are difficult to price and ‘are the nuclear waste of the fixed income market’, according to Andrew Ramsbottom, research director at Tilney Bestinvest.
Hargreaves Lansdown: 'Material threat' from fines and litigation continues to hang over RBS share price prospects
10 Oct 2016
Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, has asserted that the latest regulatory strife in which fallen banking giant RBS is likely to find itself embroiled is a ‘material threat’ to the prospects of the company.
10 Oct 2016
Paul Derrien, investment director, Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, has revealed the five stocks he believes could be placed into a SIPP today, and capable of being held for 15-20 years.
7 Oct 2016
James Henderson, who runs the £808 million Law Debenture Investment Trust, has revealed the reasons why he has sold all of his Tesco shares.
5 Oct 2016
Ryan Paterson, research analyst at Thesis Asset Management, has revealed three stocks he feels can grow consistently in the coming years.
5 Oct 2016
Unanswered questions around the size of the pension deficit and the prospects of a new price war hang over the investment case for Tesco shares, despite a positive set of results from the retail giant this morning, according to Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown.
3 Oct 2016
Several profound changes at Vodafone remain under appreciated by the market, making the shares good value right now, according to Stephen Bailey, who runs the Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund.
3 Oct 2016
Alex Wright, who runs the £2.83 billion Fidelity Special Situations fund, has asserted that Royal Mail shares are an opportunity right now because the market ‘misunderstands’ the company’s pension liabilities.
30 Sep 2016
Dan Ridsdale, global head of Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT) at Edison, has revealed exclusively for What Investment the best technology stocks on the market right now.
Brexit has 'undoubtedly' made Lloyds Banking Group shares a worse investment, by investor who has sold £71 million worth since June
28 Sep 2016
Alex Wright, who runs the £2.83 billion Fidelity Special Situations Investment Trust, has revealed that he has halved his stake in Lloyds Banking Group.