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of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 13 June 2008
is an accountancy firm that specialises in managing the
accounts of small and medium businesses. It's listed on
the AIM and has 30,000 clients, giving it a fairly broad
base. Analysts believe it should be resilient to a downturn
and is currently undervalued - buy, says the Mail on Sunday.
specialises in translating patents - a task that requires
translators who are both fluent linguists and technical
specialists. It's a service with a growing market as most
countries have a legal requirement for patents to be translated
into the language of every country in which the patent holder
wants to operate. RWS announced a 25% increase in pre-tax
profits for the first half of this year with more likely
to come. Buy, says the Mail on Sunday.
provides non-clinical services such as sterilisation to
the healthcare industry. It's planning a move from AIM to
the main index and the change should boost its value - especially
with a 48% increase in pre-tax profits just posted for last
year. Buy, says The Independent.
intermediary Jelf announced strong, on-target results this
week and is generating healthy amounts of cash. Buy, recommends
specialist Johnson Mathey is expected to grow its earnings
per share by up to 14% next year - above its historical
average. Brokers reckon it is well equipped to deal with
future environmental legislation - buy, says The Independent.
shares are sinking fast and the company has nothing to offer
investors at present. Make sure you avoid them, says The
owns DIY brands B&Q and Screwfix as well as a host of
equivalent European and Asian companies. As such, it's vulnerable
to the current downturn and could yet suffer more. Any recovery
is already priced in, reckons The Times, so steer clear.
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