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Share of the week: Tullow does it again

Share of the week: Tullow does it again

It's been a great week for oil companies, and Tullow Oil has been the pick of the bunch, according to Harriet Mann.

Insider: Chiefs trade this £24bn beast

Insider: Chiefs trade this £24bn beast

It's one of the country's largest companies and its shares have been a hugely profitable investment, says Lee Wild. But what are directors up to?  

Six funds for a low interest rate environment

Six funds for a low interest rate environment funds central banks rates investor

With rates at all-time lows for the foreseeable future, investments that keep delivering in these conditions are gold dust. Marina Gerner unearths six funds to do the job.

When to keep expensive shares

When to keep expensive shares practical investing strategy Renishaw tech

This £2bn company designs and builds revolutionary technology. It trades on nosebleed multiples, but analyst Richard Beddard still buys the story.

The week ahead: Tesco, James Halstead, Quantum Pharma

The week ahead: Tesco, James Halstead, Quantum Pharma

Next week brings full-year results from floors giant James Halstead and first-half numbers from the prodigal supermarket, Tesco, and County Durham-based Quantum Pharma.

Five of AIM's post-Brexit stars revealed

Five of AIM's post-Brexit stars revealed alternative investment shares

Eleven AIM companies have tripled in value or more since before the referendum vote. Former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore assesses their chances.

Rocketing Zambeef has more in the tank

Rocketing Zambeef has more in the tank

A sickly economy and weak local currency hurt Zambeef, but things have stabilised, and there's the chance this rally could continue, writes Harriet Mann.

The Oil Man: IGas, Independent, Genel, Tullow

The Oil Man: IGas, Independent, Genel, Tullow

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

Lloyds Banking defended by City analyst

Lloyds Banking defended by City analyst

It's been a difficult time for Lloyds, and market experts have expressed doubts about the dividend, but Lee Wild has found a fan.

Stockwatch: This blue-chip's a 'choice pick'

Stockwatch: This blue-chip's a 'choice pick'

On a forward PE of 8 times and yielding 8%, it's as if the market thinks the numbers are a cyclical warning. Edmond Jackson disagrees and believes the shares could trade higher.

Another reason to worry about Lloyds

Another reason to worry about Lloyds chart technical analysis

It's not all doom and gloom at Lloyds, but technical analyst Alistair Strang still fears the worst. Could it really fall 20%, or more?

What FTSE 100 needs to top 7,000

What FTSE 100 needs to top 7,000

There's a longer-term view on Alistair Strang's charts that implies upside of over 450 points for the FTSE 100. Here's how it could happen.

The stockmarket in October: a volatile month?

The stockmarket in October: a volatile month?

After the quiet summer holidays, October can see big moves as traders get stuck into the market again. Statistical sage Stephen Eckett tells us what to expect.

Brexit vote fallout to slash UK investors' returns

Brexit vote fallout to slash UK investors' returns

Ongoing volatility from June's Brexit vote will almost-halve annual returns for UK investors this year, according to a new survey of financial advisers. David Brenchley reports.

UK in a 'temporary sweet spot'

UK in a 'temporary sweet spot' Hard Brexit negotiations trade economy growth

A heady mix of coordinated stimulus and a weak pound is bullish for UK equities in the fourth quarter, writes Harriet Mann. Here's why.

Capita's spectacular crash

Capita's spectacular crash

Outsourcer Capita has collapsed to Credit Crunch prices after suffering a series of problems over the past few months. Harriet Mann has the details.

The Oil Man: Oil price, Range, Providence, President

The Oil Man: Oil price, Range, Providence, President

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

FTSE 100 rockets as bulls take charge

FTSE 100 rockets as bulls take charge chart analysis buying London index up

Oils are soaring Thursday, increasing the likelihood of a FTSE 100 chart breakout, writes Lee Wild, as one analyst urges a 'tactical shift to risk assets'.

Bargain hunter: Bag a double discounter while you can

Bargain hunter: Bag a double discounter while you can trusts funds of funds

For canny investors, trusts that hold trusts are a way to stack up discounts and boost returns. Fiona Hamilton examines some of the best 'funds-of-funds' around.

A stock in one chart: AB Foods overrated?

A stock in one chart: AB Foods overrated?

Highly-rated AB Foods is falling out of favour. Former City analyst Phil Oakley sums it all up in one financial chart.