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Pets at Home's impressive recovery continues

Pets at Home's impressive recovery continues

With its share price up 10% in two weeks at a three-month high, Graeme Evans takes a look at the pet retailer's hopping performance.

Director Deals - Dunelm Group PLC (DNLM)

Simon Emeny, Non Executive Director, bought 2,685 shares in the company on the 17th July 2017 at a price of 556.00p. The Director now holds 31,240 shares.

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Director Deals - Dunelm Group PLC (DNLM)

William Reeve, Non Executive Director, bought 3,000 shares in the company on the 14th July 2017 at a price of 559.00p. The Director now holds 10,000 shares representing 0.00% of the shares in issue.

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Insider: Five execs with skin in the game

Insider: Five execs with skin in the game

These bosses have just put their money where their mouths are and bet their firms can go onto bigger and better things. David Brenchley reports.

Director Deals - Dunelm Group PLC (DNLM)

John Browett, Chief Executive Officer, bought 9,098 shares in the company on the 12th July 2017 at a price of 546.50p. The Director now holds 64,128 shares.

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2 dividend stocks I wouldn’t touch with a bargepole

Dunelm Group (LSE:DNLM) cheered the market last week with the release of a better-than-expected pre-close trading update, although the fanfare has evaporated pretty rapidly since.

While the Leicester firm saw like-for-like sales declining 0.5% in the year to June 2017, a sharp improvement in the fourth quarter prompted some investors to believe the worst may be over. Dunelm saw underlying revenues rise 3.8% during the 13 weeks to July 1.

Broker Forecast - Deutsche Bank issues a broker note on Dunelm Group PLC

Deutsche Bank today reaffirms its hold investment rating on Dunelm Group PLC (LON:DNLM) and cut its price target to 665p (from 730p).

Broker Forecast - Cantor Fitzgerald issues a broker note on Dunelm Group PLC

Cantor Fitzgerald today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Dunelm Group PLC (LON:DNLM) and cut its price target to 780p (from 850p).

This stock could have it all!

I think homewares retailer Dunelm Group (LSE:DNLM) could be shaping up as a great investment opportunity from here. Let me tell you why.

Negative sentiment

The firm has been weighed down by negative investor sentiment for some time, and with good reason. Earnings per share (EPS) are likely to come in around 12% down for the trading year that ended in June on the back of quarterly like-for-like (LFL) store sales figures that have been slipping since the early part of 2016.

FTSE 100 takeover talk shifts spotlight to Centrica

Utility stock Centrica (CNA) enjoyed nearly a 3% boost to 207.7p thanks to media reports that it was a takeover target.

Sector peer Severn Trent (SVT) advanced 1.9% to £22.08 as investment bank Morgan Stanley published a bullish research note on the water sector and named the stock as one of its preferred equities in the space.

The positive movements among utility stocks helped to offset weakness in the big oil companies such as Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB) and BP (BP.). The net effect left the FTSE 100 flat at 7,350.

Brent crude oil slumped 3% to to $46.62 per barrel.