Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives interactive investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.
XP Power is developing fast and the growth story is still intact. Companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks it's probably a good long-term investment, but what about the share price?
Given many more investors are falling into the inheritance tax trap, former AIM writer of the year Andrew Hore suggests six great AIM shares to help with your tax planning.
There's something for every investor in the coming week as banks, pharmaceuticals and housebuilders queue up to tell us how business is going. Expect some big movers as a result.
Neil Goddin, manager at Kames Global Equity Market Neutral fund, tells interactive investor how his fund works and where he gets his stock ideas from.
Mifid II regulations on financial instruments are long and complicated, but what's the impact on investors? David Prosser looks at why investors should take notice.
It's been a much better month for equity markets, and chartist Alistair Strang's software has thrown up a couple of big numbers to watch like a hawk. There's a new oil price target, too.
Its shares are up 75% in a fortnight, but should you follow the chief executive and buy into this ongoing turnaround, asks Edmond Jackson.
FTSE FOR FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) & BRENT CRUDE again. Before launching a breathless monologue about Fridays potentials, it's probably best to mention OIL. Last time we discussed BRENT, we suggested in Oil Index needed better 8940 to be taken seriously.
It's one of the worst-performing stocks of the past five years, but still has the capacity to surprise, writes Graeme Evans as Debenhams shares trade a 20% range Thursday.
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