magazine 25 Jul 2019
Can it be third time lucky for UK betting companies with their efforts to crack the US market? Shares looks at the latest events and reveals its top picks of the London-listed gambling stocks.
Also this week: how the market reacted to Boris Johnson’s victory, what’s happening with the oil price, and Ted Baker takeover rumours.
Shares explains why it has turned positive on Ocado and reveals why several of its Great Idea selections have soared in value.
Learn about different ways to play the robotics space via ETFs, get the latest on Alliance Trust’s new strategy, and discover how to make your money go further this summer.
We look at the opportunities for 888, Flutter Entertainment, GVC and William Hill
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team is thinking about today
Kuwait ascension to emerging markets status is the latest milestone
New PM faces a daunting challenge ahead of Halloween Brexit deadline
We look at the market’s risers and fallers from the last week
The days of oil prices spiking by $20 to $30 a barrel on geopolitical events are probably over
Founder Ray Kelvin is rumoured to be mulling a private equity-backed bid
Davidoff-to-Gauloises Blondes maker’s shares are weak, but cash flow remains strong
New figures reveal the extent to which investors have pulled their money out of the once-hot products
Investors have been rewarded with decent gains but outperformance is another matter
How to avoid high fees when ordering cash, using prepaid cards and more
Investors are hungry for income but not everything should be on the menu
Global borrowing is going up as central banks look to slash rates
We consider the reasons why certain types of funds don’t want to share their ideas
The story is no longer about a van delivering someone’s weekly shopping
Reasons to be optimistic about this restructured stock pickers’ portfolio
Online trainer starting to crank the value levers from past acquisitions
Its investment case has changed following a bond issue
The pubs group has received a 285p cash per share bid from Stonegate
Colombian oil firm is in play after Maurel & Prom’s bid is rejected
We look at two products offering low-cost access to a hot part of the market
AJ Bell pension expert Tom Selby explains the rules