magazine 27 May 2021
UK retail, leisure and hospitality stocks have surged this year as investors expect strong economic growth. Have they got further to travel? Shares considers the names to buy and avoid.
This week’s investment ideas include two small cap stocks – one offering value and income, the other offering growth.
Oil could be heading towards another price spike and this could be bad news for investors. Read Shares to find out why.
Discover the stocks affected by the UK rail shake-up and the Vanguard active fund giving Fundsmith a run for its money.
Four months since Reddit’s WallStreetBets forum became headline news, we examine what its users are now saying about stocks.
Trainline is at risk but not much will change for train operators, while FirstGroup has another issue to face
The reduction in oil and gas investment envisioned in a new report could lead to much tighter near-term supply
The Federal Reserve is walking an increasingly wobbly tightrope between maintaining economic recovery and appeasing investors’ inflation worries
Businesses in the developing world can be global leaders
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
We explore what people are now saying on the social media network which was behind January’s GameStop frenzy
Part powered by Baillie Gifford, Vanguard Global Equity is rapidly building assets
We explain the role of enterprise value to free cash flow
A growing number of people are receiving large amounts of money from family and friends
Discounts to net asset value start to evaporate, but there are still some exceptions
The reinvigorated food producer gained a larger customer base during the pandemic and has finally returned to the dividend list
Science kit maker’s stock should push ahead on earnings growth
AIM-traded company keeps calm and carries on
We recommend sticking with the supermarket's shares after its latest set of results
We believe there is further upside for the US car maker's share price
The profitable batteries, vaping and vitamin supplier has a long growth runway ahead of it
Wage inflation could put pressure on companies' profitability
AJ Bell pension expert Tom Selby examines the case of a reader who has already paid some lifetime allowance tax charges