David Brenchley

Share of the Week: Investors chase this dog higher

Share of the Week: Investors chase this dog higher

It's been a basket case for years, but a more positive third-quarter trading statement buoyed investors. David Brenchley asks whether this is the start of a comeback.

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Barclays, RBS

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Barclays, RBS

Investors will be keen to follow this week's news, with the banking sector's third-quarter results season swinging into gear. Look for updates from Lloyds, Barclays and RBS.

Top smaller companies thriving overseas

Top smaller companies thriving overseas

Two top fund managers tell David Brenchley about their favourite small and mid-cap companies as they rotate out of UK-focused stocks.

Neil Woodford reveals latest share purchases

Neil Woodford reveals latest share purchases

He's taken a lot of criticism recently, but Neil Woodford remains an investor worth listening to. Lee Wild and David Brenchley discuss his latest trading activity.

What to do with Unilever after Q3 miss

What to do with Unilever after Q3 miss

With the shares down after results missed City expectations, David Brenchley runs through Unilever's numbers and valuation.

Reckitt Benckiser: Buy or sell?

Reckitt Benckiser: Buy or sell?

It missed Q3 expectations and the shares are lower, but a restructuring is underway which could create excitement around Reckitt, writes David Brenchley.

Can Merlin bounce back from 20% slump?

Can Merlin bounce back from 20% slump?

Merlin Entertainments is the latest blue chip to warn on profits, but its CEO says there's "plenty more magic to come". David Brenchley finds out whether that's true for investors.

Two stocks crash 20%: Time to buy?

Two stocks crash 20%: Time to buy?

We've started the week with a pair of profit warnings, but analysts don't seem too bothered. David Brenchley has all the details.

Share of the week: A fundie hitting multi-year highs

Share of the week: A fundie hitting multi-year highs

It's traded sideways for eight months, but decent results have propelled this asset manager to its highest since early 2014. David Brenchley reports.

Why Man Group shares keep on rising

Why Man Group shares keep on rising

After bouncing off trendlines and breaking above technical resistance levels, David Brenchley looks at what's next following great results.

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