UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 24 8 2007
well-known sugar company has had a torrid time in the last
year. From a peak of over 800p, its shares now sit at around
550p. However, the company is trying hard to diversify and
grow its non-sugar products and may well succeed. Now's
a good time to buy, suggests the Mail on Sunday.
that Balfour's Metronet nightmare is at an end, the company
looks an increasingly sound bet for investment - especially
with its share price currently sitting at a relatively modest
13 times forecast 2007 earnings. Buy, says The Times.
world's largest manufacturer of cardboard boxes this week
revealed interim figures showing a 28.4 per cent increase
in pre-tax earnings - highlighting sector-best margins of
just over 14 per cent. Its 2008 earnings forecast is €2.32bn
and the company appears to have plenty of upside potential.
Buy, says The Independent.
education company Nord Anglia runs schools for expats' children
around the world. Currently probing the middle-eastern market,
it has also just sold its underperforming Leapfrog nurseries
business - providing a handy chunk of cash. Strong potential,
reckons The Telegraph - buy.
nation's best known newsagent and bookseller has often been
seen as struggling to compete in recent years, but expectations
of strong year-end figures and strong performance from travel
outlets is helping them generate reasonable profits. The
company's managements are trying hard to adapt and seem
to be managing well. Buy, says The Independent.
Ones to Avoid
British Energy has done okay since it rose from the ashes
in 2005, it remains vulnerable to a wide range of political
and practical risks. In addition, many of its older plants
are running below capacity and have proved to be subject
to outages. Steer clear of any potential fallout, says The
has become big business in the last year, and Climate Exchange's
two carbon exchange companies (European Climate Exchange
& Chicago Climate Exchange) are growing fast. Shares
have risen from 300p to 1900p in the last year - only a
real gambler would risk not selling now. Get rid, says The
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