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Is FirstGroup's slump a buying opportunity?

Is FirstGroup's slump a buying opportunity?

Bargain hunters ensured FirstGroup's 10% slump was only temporary, but it's still down after final results, reports David Brenchley.

These shares just led FTSE 250 to new high

These shares just led FTSE 250 to new high

Now way above 20,000, London's mid-cap index is trading at best-ever prices. Lee Wild reveals who's leading the charge.

'Hassle-free' bitcoin trading sees spike in interest as volumes triple

'Hassle-free' bitcoin trading sees spike in interest as volumes triple

Bitcoin exchange traded notes report a tripling of trading volumes over the past year. Gary McFarlane takes a look at the most sought after digital currency.

Here's where charts say sterling is heading

Here's where charts say sterling is heading

Sterling and the FTSE 100 have an inverse relationship, so chartist Alistair Strang assesses the immediate prospects for the currency - is parity really possible?

Ken Fisher: Buy Europe now

Ken Fisher: Buy Europe now

As more investors fathom solid expansion across the Channel, their warming animal spirits will power eurozone stocks higher, agues Ken Fisher.

More to come from Telford Homes

More to come from Telford Homes

Telford is an AIM growth star and analysts are backing it all the way to £5 and beyond. David Brenchley sets out how it gets to that all-time high.

The Oil Man: Lamprell, SDX, Amerisur, Echo Energy

The Oil Man: Lamprell, SDX, Amerisur, Echo Energy

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

FTSE 100 breaks out to new record

FTSE 100 breaks out to new record

The threat of Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street had currency traders dumping sterling, which is great news for blue-chips, reports Lee Wild.

The 7 golden rules of multi-asset investing

The 7 golden rules of multi-asset investing

Hartwig Kos, co-head of multi-asset at SYZ Asset Management, outlines his seven principles for successful multi-asset investing.

Three AIM shares in recovery territory

Three AIM shares in recovery territory

While AIM shares can go down quicker than they go up, chartist Alistair Strang takes a look at a trio that may be worth following.

Why income seekers should be looking beyond the UK

Why income seekers should be looking beyond the UK

Threat to dividend payouts and a stronger pound mean investors should be looking overseas for income, argues Ceri Jones. Here's why.

13 top female fund managers who hit the target

13 top female fund managers who hit the target

Women are under-represented in the fund management world, but perform just as well, if not better. Jennifer Hill reveals the best of the bunch.

Here's the next catalyst for BP shares

Here's the next catalyst for BP shares

This analyst reckons BP shares are "meaningfully undervalued". David Brenchley finds out how the firm begins the road to 625p.

Profit-takers wrong-footed by Ryanair

Profit-takers wrong-footed by Ryanair

After unexciting final results, investors banked big profits at high-flying Ryanair. David Brenchley discusses whether that's the sensible trade.

What would President Pence mean for the US?

What would President Pence mean for the US?

While it's far too early to write off Donald Trump, the spotlight is increasingly shifting to the implications of a Mike Pence presidency, says Paul Broholm of Theodoor Gilissen.

Chart of the week: The right time to sell

Chart of the week: The right time to sell

Deciding the best time to sell a share is far harder than choosing when to buy. Here's some advice from chartist John Burford as part of this textbook trade.

Reasons to remain positive on FTSE 100

Reasons to remain positive on FTSE 100

Business looks to be booming up and down the country, which bodes well for the UK economy. And that's good news for the FTSE 100, argues chartist Alistair Strang.

Stockwatch: An AIM share reasserting growth credentials?

Stockwatch: An AIM share reasserting growth credentials?

It's been a game of Snakes and Ladders at this small-cap, but Edmond Jackson thinks a string of profit warnings is over and that earnings estimates are conservative.

The week ahead: Short and quiet

The week ahead: Short and quiet

Rain is forecast, so it must be a Bank Holiday weekend in the UK, and Wall Street is off for Memorial Day. However, there are events to keep an eye on.

What our man learned about Next from Lord Wolfson

What our man learned about Next from Lord Wolfson

It's fallen off Richard Beddard's 'buy' list, but the companies analyst tells us what he found out about Next at its brief AGM in Leicester.