UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 2/12/09
has manoeuvred its way through the credit crunch with considerably
more success than many of the UK’s major banks. It’s
currently looking cheap and investors would do well to buy
in as growth prospects are good, says The Telegraph.
Britain Palm Oil
Britain Palm Oil is on track to open the UK’s first
palm oil refinery. This should help bolster its margins
by avoiding the need to pay third party refineries in Europe
for refining its own oil. Buy now, advises The Times.
Royce issued a management statement this week. In a nutshell,
the news is as expected, with earnings and profit as forecast
(and positive). With good growth prospects, Rolls Royce
remains a buy, says The Independent.
is an oil explorer that is planning to drill no fewer than
four new wells in 2010. This creates an opportunity for
considerable growth, if successful, making the company’s
shares worth a punt now, according to The Times.
its name, Chloride’s business is providing guaranteed
power supplies to major buildings and facilities –
such as Heathrow Airport. Don’t expect fireworks but
do expect steady growth – buy, says The Independent.
is a video search engine developer that’s listed on
the AIM. It doesn’t seem to have made much progress
since splitting from its former parent, Autonomy, so the
shares are best avoided for now, says The Times.
firm Vantis has secured a lucrative contract as liquidator
to Stanford International Bank. Although it should prove
profitable in the end, payment for such work is often a
long time coming, resulting in strained finances in the
meantime. Avoid, says The Times.
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