Bull and Bear – an optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news. Today’s stories include: Merger mania hits pharmaceuticals. Big six energy companies shedding customers. UK to grow by 3.1 per cent. Chinese manufacturing still contracting, but Eurozone recovery continues
As ARM Holdings reports Q1 results, Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what they mean for investors.
“I will do what it takes,” promised ECB president Mario Draghi 18 months or so ago. Since then he has used bold words, but his actions have not been quite so bold. And now a growing number of economists are talking about the Eurozone region seeing its own version of Japan’s two lost decades. There is also talk that the ECB will announce QE next month. In fact it will be a surprise if it doesn’t. But will it be enough to stop the Eurozone following Japan?
The highest number of trades completed at The Share Centre, yesterday.
Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, looks back at last week’s top buys and this week’s top share tips.
Sheridan Admans, Investment Research Manager at The Share Centre, picks Marks & Spencer as share of the week.
The pension minister Steve Webb has called for cutting tax relief on pensions to just 30 per cent of income. He then wants to use the money saved to prop up the pensions of lower income earners. Is this a good or bad idea?
Bull and Bear – an optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news. Today’s stories include: Russia moves close to recession, Japan and markets stage a pre-Easter comeback of sorts.
Bull and Bear – an optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news. Today’s stories include: US economy comes thundering back. IBM and Google disappoint markets. EU bravely turns its head and flees from Russia. UK unemployment falls below 7 per cent, wages outstrip inflation, but what about the pyjama gang?