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?
Sheridan Admans, Investment Research Manager at retail stockbroker, The Share Centre, gives his thoughts on what to expect from companies announcing results w/c 21 April 2014.
Internet access from drones: Google and Facebook collectively threaten the survival of telecoms companies worldwide
Facebook and Google have been buying drone companies for the express purpose of supplying cheap internet access. The telecoms and certain other types of media industries face their biggest disruptive threat yet.
The highest number of trades completed at The Share Centre, yesterday.
The highest number of trades completed at The Share Centre.
Bull and Bear – an optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news. Today’s stories include: Tesco’s sees profit slump, but at least the land of the free awaits. Amazon’s crazy, mad cap way to keep staff. Retail sales down, but the trend is up. China slows again, but the reality is not as bad as the headline. Chinese consumer society set to emerge
Inflation is falling and wages are probably set to rise. The conditions may be right for sustainable growth in consumer demand. But will it be enough?
Bull and Bear – an optimistic and pessimistic view of investment news. Today’s stories include: Facebook launches new bank as George Osborne tortures some statistics. Terry Tesco looks towards digital vouchers. Osborne’s moment, but has data been tortured? More patients die in hospitals. Inflation falls to 1.6 per cent.
As Rio Tinto reports Q1 results Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what it means for investors.