Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at recent news from Pearson, Imperial Brands, Boohoo and Sainsbury's. He then casts his eye ahead to consider what we might expect from Tesco, Gregg's and Ferguson.
Helal Miah of The Share Centre looks at recent news from Ocado, Kingfisher, Next and Sirius Minerals, as well as the surge in the oil price. He also looks ahead to what we might expect from Boohoo, Halma, the AA, United Utilities and SSE.
Ed Bowsher discusses this week’s biggest stock market stories with Graham Spooner of The Share Centre. These include Hong Kong Stock Exchange’s bid for London Stock Exchange as well as reasonable results from Morrisons. Looking ahead to next week, Graham gives his thoughts on what we might expect in results from Next, a retailer doing better than most of its peers, as well as Ocado, one of the UK’s few major technology companies. (And a retailer too.)
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at recent company news from Boohoo, the Restaurant Group, Barratt Developments and banks hit by last-minute PPI claims including RBS and CYBG. He also looks ahead to expected numbers from Associated British Foods, Morrison's and Ashtead.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks at how the stock market has been reacting to the latest political manoeuvring over Brexit. He looks at recent announcements by Bunzl, Thomas Cook and Micro Focus and looks ahead to what we might expect from D S Smith and Barratt Developments.
Helal Miah of The Share Centre looks back at recent results from BHP, Persimmon, Wood Group and NMC Health and looks ahead to forthcoming figures from Bunzl, James Fisher, The Gym Group, Hays and Petrofac.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at recent news from Prudential and Tui and at the 6-year high for the gold price. He looks ahead to what we might expect from Persimmon, BHP and the John Wood Group.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks at recent news from HSBC (including the loss of its CEO), Glencore, Intercontinental Hotels and Burford Capital and looks ahead to what we might expect from Admiral, Prudential and TUI.
James Cameron-Wilson examines the UK box office, still dominated by Disney, even though they lose the #1 spot to Universal's Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs and Shaw. The only other new entry in the top 10 is Angry Birds 2, towards which James is not kind. He is far more supportive of his DVD/Blu-Ray of the week, The White Crow, about Rudolf Nureyev and directed by Ralph Fiennes, who also appears.