Graham Spooner of The Share Centre discusses the changes to the FTSE Index and how they reflect the big changes going on around us. He looks at the market recovery in the face of continuing signs of problems ahead. And he looks at what we might hear from Aveva and Johnson Matthey.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks at the improvement in market sentiment and wonders if investors have got ahead of themselves, with big improvements in the fortunes of travel companies and airlines among others. He also examines recent news from British Land, Easyjet, M&G and Boohoo.
Helal Miah of The Share Centre looks at recent company news from Imperial Brands, Compass, Marks & Spencer and Intertek. He looks ahead to what might be expected when we hear from British Land, Britvic and First Group.
Joe Healey of The Share Centre looks at whether the market has been too optimistic about the outcome of the virus crisis, using the airline sector as an example. He highlights the healthcare sector and casts an eye over recent news from Morrison's. Looking ahead, he discusses what we might expect from :Burberry, Imperial Brands and Experian.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at recent news from ITV and BT, shocking investors with its dividend announcement. He considers how secure the recent rally in the markets is and looks ahead to what we might expect from announcements from Centrica, Morrisons' and Prudential.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre discusses the recent strength of the stock market. With company reports in full flow, he looks at the contrast between BP and Shell, which has cut its dividend for the first time in 87 years. He also discusses International Consolidated Airlines (parent of BA) and its gloomy outlook and the perkier report from Hikma. Looking ahead, he ponders what we might hear from Intercontinental Hotels and BT.
Helal Miah of The Share Centre looks at recent company news from AB Foods (parent of Primark), Boohoo, Unilever and Taylor Wimpey. Looking forward he considers what we might hear from large companies in the oil, pharmaceutical and banking sectors.
Joe Healey of The Share Centre looks at the current state of markets, at the attitude of companies to dividend payouts and what might happen to the oil price. He also discusses the announcement from Easyjet, currently flying no planes, and looks ahead to what we might hear from traditional defensive stock Unilever as well as Boohoo and Taylor Wimpey.
Graham Spooner of The Share Centre looks at Tesco's recent announcement and its positive dividend decision, at odds with so many other companies. He looks at what widespread dividend cuts might mean for investors – particularly those needing income – and explains why the lockdown, with market-makers operating from home, is leading to increased volatility in share prices.
Ian Forrest of The Share Centre looks at the markets in light of oil price moves, Chinese economic data, the furlough of UK workers and the latest soaring unemployment rate in the United States. He discusses the moves to abandon dividends, particularly by the banks, and looks at recent announcements from Smiths Group and Easyjet. He looks ahead to what we might expect to hear from Tesco and ASOS.