Lee Wild

Does FTSE 100 deserve to trade at three-month low?

Does FTSE 100 deserve to trade at three-month low?

As a war of words between the US and North Korea torpedoes global stockmarkets, Lee Wild discusses whether selling is overdone.

Sports Direct chart breakout could spell big upside

Sports Direct chart breakout could spell big upside

They're not everybody's cup of tea, but Sports Direct shares have soared since awful results in July. The chart looks exciting, too, writes Lee Wild.

Prudential's UK merger sets tongues wagging

Prudential's UK merger sets tongues wagging

Bringing M&G and Prudential UK & Europe together makes it easier to jettison the business when the time comes, writes Lee Wild.

Is Paddy Power Betfair in freefall?

Is Paddy Power Betfair in freefall?

Despite making the announcement the day before these half-year results, the departure of its CEO still dominates headlines, writes Lee Wild.

Can Telit Communications recover from 44% crash?

Can Telit Communications recover from 44% crash?

After plunging to prices not seen since 2013, Lee Wild discusses whether Telit Communications can bounce back again.

Buyers back RBS repair job

Buyers back RBS repair job

Like Next earlier this week, RBS has just made a 10-week high, but this recovery is a slow burn, writes Lee Wild.

Corporate earnings bring FTSE 100 to life

Corporate earnings bring FTSE 100 to life

Decent company results have generated optimism these past few days, but is it enough to keep moving prices higher this summer, asks Lee Wild.

Next races to 10-week high

Next races to 10-week high

Not much was expected of Next's half-year update, so a few surprises have made a massive difference to the share price, writes Lee Wild.

Eight top stock picks for the rest of 2017

Eight top stock picks for the rest of 2017

Equities remain the best option for many investors, but some are better value than others. Lee Wild reveals the shares one expert believes will do best in the second half of 2017.

Vodafone shines as FTSE 100 tops 7,500

Vodafone shines as FTSE 100 tops 7,500

It's been a good month for London's blue-chips so far, although moves either way are hardly convincing. Lee Wild analyses the interesting stories.

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