Thu, 02 Nov, 2006
At nine times future earnings, MyTravel shares trade at a discount to the sector and could attract predatory takeover interest ? but only the brave should hold on, says the Times.
Wed, 01 Nov, 2006
Imperial Tobacco shares are trading around 13 times forward earnings which is pretty reasonable given the strong brands it has, such as Lambert & Butler, and its global reach, writes the Telegraph.
Tue, 31 Oct, 2006
The Telegraph has revised its green portfolio and now includes Ceres Power Holdings, which is one of the most advanced companies in the world of fuel cells. These act as alternatives to batteries or engines, or can be used to heat the home.
Fri, 27 Oct, 2006
In buybacks and dividends together, GlaxoSmithKline shareholders will receive about £4.5bn over the coming year. That equates to considerable compensation for the risk investors' shoulder, writes the Times.
Thu, 26 Oct, 2006
Lonmin is one of the more attractive mining stocks because it brings diversification. This diversification may appeal to investors building a portfolio of mining stocks, writes the Times.
Wed, 25 Oct, 2006
Reckitt Benckiser shares give a prospective dividend yield of 2.1%, compared with 3.4% for the London market as a whole, writes the Times.
Tue, 24 Oct, 2006
Great Portland's shares appear to be somewhat undervalued. It sits on an almost 50%-discount to forecast adjusted NAV of 870.8p for 2007, and this is in spite of having a sizeable bank of assets, and a strong pipeline.
Sun, 22 Oct, 2006
Given the uncertainties surrounding British Energy about the cracked tubes at two plants and the prospect of lower electricity prices next year as more gas supplies become available, now is not the time to buy says the Sunday Telegraph.
Fri, 20 Oct, 2006
Egg aside, the rest of Prudential is still going strong. In Asia, sales soared by 29pc in the first nine months of the year, while the US business, Jackson, continues to benefit from the huge numbers of baby boomers retiring, writes the Telegraph.
Thu, 19 Oct, 2006
Stagecoach thinks that its bid for South West Trains is affordable, but the experience of GNER, which is having problems after overbidding for the East Coast Main Line, could undermine confidence in Stagecoach's ability to make this franchise pay, says the Times.
Wed, 18 Oct, 2006
The Telegraph says it has has lost confidence in Clinton Cards and group managing director Clinton Lewin.
Tue, 17 Oct, 2006
On fundamentals, EMI remains high risk, but the great prize is the prospect of a merger with Warner, says the Times. With vast amount of costs that can be taken out ? at least £160m a year in time ? the prize is too great to ignore.
Sun, 15 Oct, 2006
The potential for sales and margin recovery in the DIY sector places Home Retail shares on a premium valuation to the sector. Home Retail's pension fund is in surplus and its financial debt of around £140m is low by sector standards. Buy says the Sunday Telegraph.
Fri, 13 Oct, 2006
The depreciation of the South African rand has previously weighed on SABMiller, but the business fundamentals are attractive says the Telegraph.
Thu, 12 Oct, 2006
Burberry shares are trading at about 20 times forecast earnings with a prospective yield of 1.6pc.That's hardly a steal but the Telegraph's Questor says it is fond of Burberry having tipped the stock at 442¼p in July.
Wed, 11 Oct, 2006
It won't be until the 2008 financial year before investors can really tell if the new and improved Northern Foods is likely to succeed.
Tue, 10 Oct, 2006
The question over market researcher YouGov is whether it is now too late to jump on the bandwagon and if the shares have any further to go, says the Telegraph.
Sun, 08 Oct, 2006
Investors with shares in gambling stocks that have no US exposure, such as William Hill, should not be concerned by the recent collapse in some online gamers share prices, says the Sunday Telegraph.
Fri, 06 Oct, 2006
Recruiter Michael Page yesterday gave an upbeat assessment of the company's growth prospects, but when things go wrong in this sector they tend to do so quite quickly.
Thu, 05 Oct, 2006
Grainger Trust's shares are currently being artificially inflated by the Regis situation. But even with that, Grainger's paper looks to be well worth buying as a neat play on the domestic residential market, says the Telegraph.