London's top share index is set to open modestly firmer this morning, posing a dilemma for traders, who have to determine whether this is just a pause for breath before the market hurtles off on the next leg of its downhill journey, or the signal to pick up some bargains. [23 Sep '11]
Britain's biggest commercial insurer RSA has tended to show a fleetness of foot when managing risk, stepping back from business lines and markets when the premium rates, and thus profits, look unattractive. The shares, which yield 6.6 per cent, trade on a relatively low P/E multiple of 9.9 times, compared with a sector average in the early to mid-teens. At the very least, a hold, says the Times. [13 May '11]
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