David Brenchley

The week ahead: Boohoo set for more upgrades

The week ahead: Boohoo set for more upgrades

Cracking performance from PrettyLittleThing is set to drive upgrades at Boohoo, says Barclays. Look out, too, for updates from SSE and PZ Cussons.

Share of the week: Cashing in on electric vehicle craze

Share of the week: Cashing in on electric vehicle craze

By far the biggest riser in the FTSE 100, this company is spending big on batteries for electric vehicles. David Brenchley finds out whether the strategy will pay dividends.

After three profit warnings, is Safestyle over the worst?

After three profit warnings, is Safestyle over the worst?

Safestyle's interim results show just how much the deterioration in the double-glazing market has impacted profits. But David Brenchley finds silver linings for investors.

Babcock is 'too cheap to ignore', Kingfisher isn't

Babcock is 'too cheap to ignore', Kingfisher isn't

After stealing the limelight Wednesday, David Brenchley investigates whether these blue-chip laggards have really turned a corner.

What's holding Ocado shares back?

What's holding Ocado shares back?

With opinion firmly divided on the investment case for Ocado, David Brenchley finds out why investors remain unconvinced.

Neil Woodford's trades in August 2017

Neil Woodford's trades in August 2017

After a busy summer for Neil Woodford, David Brenchley reveals what the star fund manager bought and sold last month.

A catalyst for 20% upside at this mid-cap

A catalyst for 20% upside at this mid-cap

A plunging oil price has caused problems, but this mid cap is on the path to recovery. David Brenchley asks whether self-help measures will continue to bear fruit.

Share of the week: A high-flying blue-chip

Share of the week: A high-flying blue-chip

It's been a big week for this bargain airline. David Brenchley rounds up the news flow that's seen the share price thrash the wider market.

Will a US bear market stuff the European recovery?

Will a US bear market stuff the European recovery?

David Brenchley assesses the potential impact of a US bear market on European markets and sets out the view on European banks.

More misery as Interserve crashes again

More misery as Interserve crashes again

It's the latest outsourcer to run into trouble, and reaction to another profits warning from Interserve has been savage, says David Brenchley.

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