UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 3 8 2007
will almost certainly not have heard of Umeco unless you
are involved in aviation engineering on a large scale. This
company supplies nuts, bolts and other small parts used
in aircraft construction and maintenance. They've seen substantial
growth in recent years and their prospects look equally
good. Buy and hold, suggests the Mail on Sunday.
of brands such as Guinness and Bushmills Irish whiskey,
Diageo has been a conspicuous success story since its creation
almost 10 years ago. Today, Chief Executive Paul Walsh continues
to plan for expansion and consolidation and sees strong
ongoing potential for growth. Buy, says The Times.
of the world's largest mining companies, BHP have been profiting
greatly from the current mining boom. Forecasts suggest
that demand will remain strong for the metals that are at
the heart of BHP's output - and fourth quarter figures out
this week prove that production is unchecked. Buy, suggests
chain Ted Baker's shares are currently trading at a discount
to many of its competitors - but it is hard to understand
why. Well-run, focused and with an extremely strong brand,
Ted Baker are more likely than most to weather any retail
downturn. Buy, says the Mail on Sunday.
some mixed fortunes this year, Northern Rock's business
appears strong despite their shares sitting at something
of a discount to their peers. A solid dividend yield of
5.3% should help make the company a worthwhile investment
- buy, says The Times.
Anglo-Dutch group have an enviable product stable - including
success stories like Cillit Bang, Finish dishwasher tablets
and Vanish detergent. They've phased out several underperforming
brands and look set to continue going from strength-to-strength.
Despite a strong price, The Independent believes you should
continuing strong results that should enable the company
to weather some temporary cashflow problems, SThree shows
signs of having already reached its level - for the foreseeable
future at least. Its shares have risen 145% in the two years
since the IT recruitment consultancy floated, and now sit
at almost 19 times forecast earnings for this year. Pass
on this one, suggests The Times.
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