SSE, formerly Scottish and Southern Energy, has seen profits down as a result of a warmer winter, and higher wholesale gas prices. It's also suffered from having to stop controversial door-to-door sales, a process which cost 60m pounds. Despite a prospective yield of 6.4 per cent, Tempus in the Times can't see any reason to buy. [17 May '12]
Ricardo has never been busier turning out the sort of supercars that would seem to be out of the price range of anyone barring investment bankers and Russian oligarchs. The company's performance products division, which is the part of Ricardo that actually makes things as opposed to advising how to, was behind a stellar performance from the group as a whole. The shares had motored until the inevitable slump this summer and now sell on less than 13 times' earnings, which looks like decent value for such a quality business, says the Times. [27 Sep '11]
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