magazine 28 Apr 2022
The ability to put up prices without losing customers is such a valuable trait right now and the latest issue of Shares highlights companies with this pricing power.
Plus, the quality names which have been caught up in the tech sell-off, why one investment bank thinks oil prices could surge 30% and the stocks trading at 52-week highs and lows.
Discover some reasons to be cheerful about your money, why Coca-Cola impressed and the small cap in which consumer goods giant Unilever has a more than 10% stake.
Investment ideas in the digital magazine this week include a maker of crucial kit for kettles and a high-class precision measurement specialist.
Despite a difficult time for the shares over the last year they are still up around 10-fold since the start of the pandemic
Consumer goods groups and retailers are raising prices but there’s a limit to the number of hikes cash-strapped shoppers can stomach
Real assets have so far provided the best defence against higher rates and inflation
Sector under pressure as Beijing continues to pursue zero-Covid approach, threatening commodities demand
Davy estimates over 25% of RWS’s market cap would be represented by net cash in 2026
Times may be tough but several things have improved when it comes to managing your finances
US corporate poison pills give boards power over who owns the business
Vehicles investing in warehouses and self-storage have done pretty well despite the gloomy headlines
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
Taking stock of markets in the developing world in the first quarter of 2022
AIM-quoted Arecor Therapeutics has a track record of partnering up with big pharma firms
We identify three stocks with excellent recovery and growth potential
The recent surge in inflationary pressure threatens corporate margins, profits and investor returns but companies with pricing power are well positioned to deal with this backdrop
These products are designed to deliver whatever the weather but plenty are not proving their worth
Morgan Stanley believes oil prices could be 30% higher in a matter of months
Dominant in its core kettle controls space, there is substantial scope for acquisitions to bolster growth
Loungers' all-day trading format and value for money offering positions it well for the future
Business services firm moves closer to private equity takeover
The investment trust outperformed its benchmark over the past half-year
Sensor and controls firm shows it is very smart when it comes to allocating its resources
Share price reversal on CEO retirement news and retail sector read-across seems overdone
A Canadian heading to these shores asks about opening a private pension