UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at weekending 10 8 07
almost 20 years ago, SSP provides call centre and back office
IT solutions to the insurance industry. The company has
just announced their first profit figures since floating
on the AIM last year but despite healthy profits and good
prospects, SSP currently trade at a discount to their peers.
Buy, suggests the Mail on Sunday.
from old-school engineering company to a modern tech enterprise,
Laird has become the global leader in electromagnetic shielding
- of vital importance in today's regulatory and technological
environment. Profits are above expectations despite a weak
dollar, and prospects look strong. Buy, says The Independent.
an unfortunately-timed debut on the stock market, Moneysupermarket.com
is a sound business with talented leadership. With next
year's earnings forecast to be nearly double this year's,
investors should look on the shares' poor early trading
as a buying opportunity, says the Mail on Sunday.
paper maker has had a demanding time in recent months. Despite
rising costs it has managed to grow its first-half profits
considerably from the same period in 2006. It's currently
trading at less than 12 times 2008 forecast earnings and
should be worth backing, suggests The Independent.
of the largest chains of car dealers in the UK, Inchcape
is also performing strongly in the emerging markets of Russia
and China. Their results to date suggest that the 21% fall
in their share price since May is overly harsh - buy, says
Ones To Avoid
shares seem overvalued at present and investors would be
wise to get out now rather than holding on in the hope of
another increased bid offer from Akzo Nobel. The downside
could far outweigh the upside if no further bids materialise,
says The Independent.
healthy profit margins, strong products and good results,
Smith & Nephew is very small compared to the other major
players in the orthopaedics market - particularly in the
US. This disadvantage is likely to keep S&N's share
price at its present discount for some time, believes Questor
in The Telegraph.
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