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engineer IMI is continuing to increase its dividend along
with its margins. Moving production offshore is boosting
profitability too – the Sunday Telegraph rates it
woman on the street probably thinks of Mothercare as a high
street chain. In fact, this is a decreasingly important
part of its business. International trade now accounts for
around 45% of its sales and profits – and this area
of the business grew by 20% in the year to July. Mothercare
is still growing – buy, reckons the Mail on Sunday.
group BPI suffered a dip in profits earlier this year as
polymer prices rose. Despite this ongoing risk, the company
has just increased the dividend and shares look cheap with
a 5% yield and a current P/E of just over five.
turnaround specialist Melrose has boosted margins on falling
sales to achieve improved profits. Its dividend is up 38%
to 4p a share and the group has recently said that it believes
the market for disposals – a core part of its business
model - is starting to improve again. The Sunday Telegraph
reckons it's a buy.
invests in healthcare properties and has managed to increase
its income from rentals so far this year. The company raised
its dividend last year and it currently sits at an attractive
6%. Reason enough to buy, says Questor in The Telegraph.
company BTG is expected to move from loss into limited profit
next year but significant profits are still some distance
away. Wait a little longer, says The Times.
drinks behemoth is so big that sudden improvements (or disasters)
are unlikely. It's a stable investment with a dividend yield
of around 4% - but there is not much to get excited about
at present and it isn't that cheap. Don't bother unless
you want a long-term hold, says The Times.
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