UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 11 April 2008
brewer may have changed its spots and turned hotelier and
restaurateur, but it remains a well-run company with a strong
foothold at the budget end of the market. This position
should serve them well going forwards. Buy and hold, recommends
the Mail on Sunday.
company Afren has just announced a major milestone - its
first oil from the Okoro Setu field off the Nigerian coast.
It's still early days but prospects and sentiment looks
good - buy on present weakness, advise The Times and The
company Hamworthy makes gas and liquid storage technology
for ships. The company's product lines should be immune
from the effects of the credit crunch and its shares seem
to have been unfairly punished by the markets in recent
weeks. Buy on weakness, says the Mail on Sunday.
steel maker Serverfield-Rowen's shares are currently sitting
at less than eight times current year earnings, with a yield
of 6.4%. The Telegraph believes a revaluation is due and
has so far proved immune from the effects of the credit
crunch - so much so that now may be a good time for short-term
investors to take profits, according to The Times.
sugar producer's shares are currently stagnating and a combination
of high P/E and £1bn of debt means that there doesn't
seem any reason for them to rise further. A good time to
take profits, reckons The Times.
firm Morson have been left with the financial equivalent
of a bun in the oven following their period of private equity
ownership. A total of £35m of debt means that yearly
interest charges are currently eating up a whopping 20%
of pretax profits - steer clear, says The Times.
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