UK Stocks and Shares and Investment tips
of the Tips: Share Recommendations at 2/6/10
the imminent introduction of a 40% super tax on mining profits
in Australia, Rio's earnings growth is expected to hit 100%
this year – buy on any price falls, says The Daily
from its betting shops are down but online profits are up
at one of the most famous names in British betting. It has
recently won a handful of awards, too, and although these
don't pay bills, The Times reckons that William Hill is
a risky buy.
Anglo American benefits from an unusually high level of
exposure to platinum, which remains both expensive and vital
to the production of catalytic converters, amongst other
things. A cost cutting program is progressing well at the
company, too – buy, says The Daily Telegraph.
AIM-listed fund manager has already done well this year
but is continuing to expand across the UK and has piles
of cash (£10m) on its balance sheet. The Mail on Sunday
rates it a buy.
company Gulfsands is currently fighting a takeover attempt
by Oil India and Indian Oil. The outcome isn't yet clear
but the Sunday Telegraph reckons the company's assets make
it a buy regardless of the outcome.
recruitment giant looks particularly vulnerable to the twin
perils of a hung parliament and public sector cuts, as both
would lessen demand for its recruitment services –
22% of the company's profits come from the public sector.
The Investors Chronicle advises investors to sell.
giant BAT currently trades at a premium to its direct competitor,
Imperial Tobacco. It's hard to see the justification for
this, especially as BAT admits that customers globally are
cutting back on their smoking habits. The Independent rates
BAT as a sell.
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