UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 13 7 2007
investor understanding and a lack of comparable peers mean
that thriving credit reference agency Experian is somewhat
undervalued with shares at 19 times this year's earnings.
Business is thriving despite the US sub-prime downturn -
buy, says The Times.
pub operator and brewer suffered a small and undeserved
dip in its share price recently. Its Scottish experience
and strong food offerings should mean that it is better-equipped
than most to handle any consequences of the recent smoking
ban, and its proven track record makes it a good bet under
any circumstances. Buy, says The Telegraph.
make the software that professional fund managers use to
analyse and manage their investments - so they have doubly
benefited from the financial boom of the last few years.
StatPro have successfully managed a bold acquisition earlier
this year, and new contracts and growing revenues mean that
at just 13 times 2007 earnings, shares look cheap. Buy,
says The Times.
UK's largest pawnbroker has just made its largest ever acquisition
- that of Herbert Brown, the largest pawnbroker in the North
of England. The deal should help Albemarle & Bond expand
their reach quickly and efficiently. A&B is currently
trading at a discount to their nearest AIM rival - making
them a good buy, suggests The Times.
in production for the drilling and exploration company has
resulted in a temporary drop in the share price - but this
is probably unjust, as Tullow have just made one of the
biggest oil finds in Africa for some years, virtually guaranteeing
the company's future fortunes. Now is a good time to buy,
reckons The Independent.
the Royal Mail remain locked in 1970s-style disputes with
their members' trade union, companies like Business Post
are getting on with the business of post, so to speak. A
new contract with Prudential has just been signed, and prospects
look bright for the next few years, at least. Buy, says
is currently the target of one, or possibly two bids - and
it's just as well, as these are the only things stopping
the beleaguered record giant's share price plunging still
further. Hold on if you bought under 265p, but otherwise
get out as soon as you can, recommends The Times.
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