David Brenchley

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Shell, ITV

The week ahead: Lloyds Bank, Shell, ITV

There's plenty of action coming up, writes David Brenchley, ahead of reports from a number of stocks popular with retail investors, including Lloyds and oil major Shell.

Share of the Week: On the long road to recovery

Share of the Week: On the long road to recovery

It lost three-quarters of its value in four months, but this £500m firm looks to be bouncing back under dynamic new leadership. David Brenchley assesses prospects.

Insider: Who's buying big on the dips?

Insider: Who's buying big on the dips?

Share price slips at these two in recent months have led directors to place big bets on a rebound, reports David Brenchley.

easyJet dives, but should you buy or sell?

easyJet dives, but should you buy or sell?

It raised profit guidance, but easyJet shares have dived and the City is split. David Brenchley asks which side of the fence investors should be on.

Here's the measure that says equities are a contrarian buy

Here's the measure that says equities are a contrarian buy

Fund managers are less confident about corporate profit growth and carry historically higher levels of cash. But David Brenchley reveals why it's wrong to sell equities.

Why RPC's now set for 40% gains

Why RPC's now set for 40% gains

RPC is tackling investor fears that caused a recent slump in its share price which "significantly undervalues" the firm's prospects. David Brenchley is pleasantly surprised.

Is sentiment toward Lloyds Bank really cooling?

Is sentiment toward Lloyds Bank really cooling?

Investec hears that rival brokers are turning more bearish on Lloyds, but is that true and, if so, are there legitimate reasons for it? David Brenchley investigates.

Royal Mail bounces despite pension problems

Royal Mail bounces despite pension problems

Investors piled into Royal Mail at two-and-a-half-year low prices Tuesday. David Brenchley finds out whether an attractive dividend is enough to offset pension negotiation problems.

These are the top sectors fund managers are investing in now

These are the top sectors fund managers are investing in now

Financial and technology stocks are at opposite ends of the scale, while active fund managers have turned cautious. David Brenchley has the latest fund trends.

Share of the Week: Premier Oil is world-class

Share of the Week: Premier Oil is world-class

A potentially company-defining discovery offshore Mexico saw Premier Oil finish the week up 30%. David Brenchley looks at what's next for this unpredictable share.

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