UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 21 9 2007
Insulation Group's first-half turnover has just gone over
£1bn for the first time in the company's 51-year history.
It's expanding into Eastern Europe, has secure funding and
enjoys plenty of lucrative public contracts in the UK -
a recent slippage in the share price just makes it a better
buy, believes The Telegraph.
countries around the world, a growing hunger for electrical
power is often stifled by a lack of supply infrastructure
- or at least it would be without Aggreko and its ilk. The
company provides temporary power generators and believes
full-year results will be "well ahead" of market
forecasts. The Independent believes its shares are a snip
- buy now.
is engaged in trying to consolidate regional newspaper publishers
across Europe - much like Johnson Press in the UK. Results
so far look promising, as does the leadership of former
Mirror Group CEO David Montgomery. The Times believes that
shares are currently at a discount to European rivals -
buy to benefit from the upside.
time last year, CPW's Talk Talk free broadband service was
caving in under customer demand, with much bad press. However,
founder Charles Dunstone has kept the pressure up and things
now look much better. With more expansion plans and new
products in the pipeline as well, Carphone Warehouse looks
a good buy again, reckons The Telegraph.
shares have risen a remarkable 2,300% since a low point
in 2003. The good news continues with forecast-beating first-half
results - evidence of a true, long-term turnaround, believes
The Independent. Buy.
fortunes seem to be slipping out of focus slightly at present,
with the premature departure of the camera retailer's finance
director not helping matters. Like-for-like sales were down
13% in the third quarter and plans to close a quarter of
stores are underway. Some expensive finance doesn't help
either - avoid Jessops, says The Times.
recovery appears to be underway, with a 37% increase in
pre-tax profits for the year to June. However, it's too
soon to be sure - especially with the important Christmas
period still to come. Given that the shares have already
priced in a recovery and bid, now might be a good time to
sell, reckons The Telegraph.
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