magazine 29 Jul 2021
Find out why the DIY and home renovation boom can continue and the companies which should benefit.
Shares examines the FTSE 100 investment trust you may not have heard of and discusses why same-delivery could be the latest phase in the grocery war.
Get the lowdown on forecast-busting numbers from the US tech titans, find out why keeping your Lifetime ISA in cash could be a mistake and discover why one investment bank reckons oil prices will hit $100 per barrel next year.
This week’s investment ideas include a chocolatier which is benefitting from a move online and there is an update on strong numbers from soft drinks giant Coca-Cola.
Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft beat forecasts but regulation threat lurks
Results suggest firms lack pricing power in key product areas
The S&P’s gains have been driven by a few heavyweight technology giants
Andy went from contracting to a permanent role and is now taking more control over his money
The two support service companies have a shared history
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
Technology could play a key role as the developing world emerges from the pandemic
Pent up demand should help sustain the surge in demand for DIY and do-it-for-me
App-based services aim to compete with the Big Four supermarkets
Inkjet technology group could be poised for a rapid rebound in profit
Wall Street billionaire Bill Ackman’s trust offers exposure to North America’s best businesses and is buying a stake in Universal Music
We explain how they work and why they differ to ordinary shares
Why investing in the markets through the tax efficient vehicle is likely to deliver better returns
Despite recent volatility big gains expected but what would it mean for markets?
Digital initiatives have enhanced the ability to attract customers and build the brand
Scope for considerable upside as the defence and protection firm moves past its recent problems
Its shares are up 30% since we said to buy in April
With laboratories re-opening, opportunities will accelerate
Analysts continue to raise their forecasts after positive surprise
Company raises full year guidance after results beat forecasts
Our resident expert on why this approach won’t be for everyone