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of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 25 Apr 2008
world's largest drinks can manufacturer suffered from the
twin onslaught of rising aluminium prices and the falling
US dollar last year. Rexam has now managed to put measures
in place to insulate it from further commodity price rises
and should enjoy stronger profits as a result. Buy, recommends
the Mail on Sunday.
Pru is increasingly heavily linked to the Asian market and
as a result is delivering reliable growth, reckon The Times
and The Telegraph, who rate the insurance giant as a buy.
makes replacement hips and knees - or 'orthopaedic medical
devices'. Previous worries about a lack of trained surgeons
now seem to have been resolved and growth prospects look
good. Buy, says The Independent.
company SABMiller is set to grow strongly this year, believes
Dresdner Kleinwort, despite worries about the global economy.
With that in mind, pitch in and buy, says The Independent.
are planning to spend, spend, spend this year - presumably
hoping that its heavyweight position in the market will
enable it to continue growing strongly. The Telegraph believes
that earnings per share should stay on the right side of
10% - and rates the supermarket giant as a buy.
manager Ashmore specialises in emerging markets. However,
it's just announced that total funds under management dropped
by $200m since December - so while promising in the long
term, short term investors should bail out, reckons The
in credit reference agency Experian have fallen in recent
months but still look a bit optimistically priced. Steer
clear for a little longer, says The Telegraph.
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