Lee Wild

Can FTSE 100 support hold firm?

Can FTSE 100 support hold firm?

With markets still jumpy in a fairly tight range, Lee Wild looks at the big issues moving share prices on the anniversary of last year's Brexit vote.

Imagination Technologies could sell for much more than this

Imagination Technologies could sell for much more than this

Apple's contract bombshell wiped out Imagination Technologies' share price, but it's now up for sale and could go for a lot more than this, reports Lee Wild.

Woodford stunned by Provident Financial crash

Woodford stunned by Provident Financial crash

Neil Woodford has seen his stake in Provident Financial plunge in the aftermath of a grim profits warning. Lee Wild looks at the consequences and asks if the shares are now a buy.

Record-breaking RWS is reassuringly expensive

Record-breaking RWS is reassuringly expensive

Half-year profit and revenue has beaten expectations, and the business is growing fast. Lee Wild reports on the debate around valuation.

Panic over $13.7bn Amazon deal is buying opportunity

Panic over $13.7bn Amazon deal is buying opportunity

Amazon's $13.7bn takeover of Whole Foods has rocked the global retail sector, but are fears about its significance overdone? Lee Wild reports.

Insider: Directors nibbling at these four shares

Insider: Directors nibbling at these four shares

With no show-stopping deals to speak of, it's a bunch of smaller boardroom buys that grab the attention, writes Lee Wild.

Scary week for UK stocks

Scary week for UK stocks

Swamped by bad news on the economy, stocks dependent on the UK consumer have plunged, but is the selling overdone? Lee Wild reports.

Mixed fortunes for St Ives and entu (UK)

Mixed fortunes for St Ives and entu (UK)

Shares in these two small-caps have collapsed in recent times, but for one its luck has changed. Lee Wild looks at what's next for both.

Halma: Records keep tumbling at this star share

Halma: Records keep tumbling at this star share

It has an incredible record of consistent growth both in profits and the dividend, but the shares aren't cheap. Lee Wild discusses the price of quality.

Vodafone shares due a 'material re-rating'

Vodafone shares due a 'material re-rating'

After well-received full-year results, one fan in the City believes Vodafone is hugely undervalued, writes Lee Wild.

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