Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre looks back at numbers from Barclays and Lloyds as well as Debenhams and WPP. He looks ahead to forthcoming results from HSBC and Standard Chartered, together with BP and BT.
Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, looks at the general market sell-off as well as numbers from mid-cap housebuilders Telford Homes and Countryside Properties, recruitment companies Page Group and Hays and packaging group Mondi. He looks ahead to results from Unilever, Barratt Developments, ASOS and Intercontinental Hotels.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre discusses the market's disappointment with Tesco's overseas operations, the dramatic fall in Royal Mail's share price and results from plumbing group Ferguson. He also looks ahead to results from Mondi, Martsons and Hargreaves Lansdown.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre explains how Unilever is trying to disenfranchise most private investors in its important domicile vote. He also looks at the takeover of Sky and the Randgold merger as well as analysing news from Next and Boohoo.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks back at announcements from Ocado and Kingfisher. With the retail sector still much to the fore, he looks at what the recent hike in inflation might mean and at Tesco's response to the success of Lidl and Aldi, the launch of budget chain Jack's. He also looks ahead to forthcoming numbers from Next, United Utilities and Tui.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks back at results from Bunzl and James Fisher and looks at why UK markets are so lacklustre compared to those making fresh highs in the United States. He also looks ahead to forthcoming results from WPP, Barratt Developments, Berkeley Group and Melrose Industries.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks back at recent numbers from Kingfisher, Antofagasta, Hikma Pharmaceutical and Admiral and casts his eye ahead to forthcoming numbers from Persimmon and NMC Health.
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