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Share Price: 7,400.00
Bid: 7,424.00
Ask: 7,430.00
Change: -24.00 (-0.32%)
Spread: 6.00 (0.08%)
Open: 7,338.00
High: 7,536.00
Low: 7,312.00
Yest. Close: 7,424.00
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Broker snap: UBS upgrades Home Retail to 'buy'

UBS has added Home Retail to its list of top picks in the UK retail sector, a category which has held up well in recent months. "Since our last sector update in February the sector has performed well vs the local market - despite the weather - with disposable income and intake margins recovering in

5 Sep 12 11:16

Tuesday broker round-up

African Barrick Gold: Canaccord Genuity cuts target from 440p to 380p, hold rating kept. Amlin: Morgan Stanley keeps overweight and 414p target. Chemring: Citigroup downgrades to neutral, target lifted from 360p to 430p. CRH: Bernstein cuts target from 1,264p to 1,179p. Electrocomponents: Jeffer

21 Aug 12 08:18

Tuesday broker round-up

AB Foods: Nomura cuts target from 1,400p to 1,380p, buy rating kept. BBA Aviation: Jefferies keeps buy rating and 250p target. Big Yellow: Goldman Sachs upgrades to conviction buy, target lifted from 360p to 390p. Devro: Investec keeps buy rating and 355p target. Diageo: Investec lifts target fr

7 Aug 12 09:22

Broker snap: Next deserves to trade at a premium, says UBS

In spite of the poor weather and higher promotions, UBS says that High Street giant Next has once again 'surprised on the upside' in the second quarter, leading the broker to lift its target price for the stock from 3,500p to 3,750p. Next Brand sales in the second quarter were 7.5% higher year-on-y

2 Aug 12 12:49

Broker tips: Aggreko, SEGRO, Next

Investec has said that a lack of upgrades for consensus forecasts at Aggreko may disappoint, but the broker says that the first-half results from the temporary power and temperature controls group were strong. "Aggreko has had an excellent first half, with a 30% lift in EPS (as expected), and remai

2 Aug 12 12:48

Thursday broker round-up

Aggreko: Investec keeps buy rating and 2,520p target. Antofagasta: UBS lifts tagged from 850p to 870p, sell rating unchanged. BAE Systems: Investec maintains hold rating and 290p target. Drax: AlphaValue downgrades to reduce. ENRC: UBS cuts tagged from 640p to 615p, buy rating maintained. Filtr

2 Aug 12 10:00

London close: Stocks higher despite remarks from German minister

UK investors were in the mood to accentuate the positive on Wednesday, focusing on some solid trading updates and shrugging off disappointing manufacturing data. UK manufacturing production fell at its fastest pace in over two years in July, recording substantial declines in output and new orders.

1 Aug 12 16:30

FTSE 100 movers: Miners head lower on poor data

Mining stocks spent the day in the doghouse as China's manufacturing data provided no more encouragement for bulls of the sector than did the UK's. Russian steel giant Evraz turned lower on the data, as did miners Randgold, Vedanta, Fresnillo and ENRC, the last mentioned after a run of the mill pr

1 Aug 12 15:28

Next: sunshine on a rainy day

It's hardly surprising that retailer Next has been amongst the strongest risers on the FTSE 100 today. It's about as hard to find a retailer trumpeting strong results as it is a solitary ray of sunshine at the moment. Yet this is precisely what Next did this morning, announcing strong growth in it

1 Aug 12 13:32

London midday: Footsie shrugs off PMI disappointment

Footsie ended the morning close to its highest level of the day, despite UK manufacturing data giving investors pause for thought earlier on. UK manufacturing production fell at its fastest pace in over two years in July, recording substantial declines in output and new orders. Markit's Purchasi

1 Aug 12 11:51

London open: Stormy times for Cape

London has got off to a quiet start, with investors adopting a wait-and-see attitude ahead of today's completion of the meeting of the US Federal Reserve's policy making committee. "It seems hope and sentiment for further stimulus from the US Fed Chairman and the ECB [European Central Bank] Preside

1 Aug 12 08:42

Online and catalogue sales drive Next

Strong growth in Next's online and catalogue business helped the retailer achieve sales that were at the top end of its expectations. Total sales for the first half were up 4.5% against last year, the firm said, topping its prediction of growth between 1% and 4%. Like-for-like sales came in at 2%,

1 Aug 12 07:06

Wednesday preview: Standard Chartered, Next, house prices

Banks have had a torrid time of it this year and, for that matter, the previous three or four years as well, but emerging markets focused operator Standard Chartered has emerged from the 'baker-bashing' era largely unscathed. Just over a month ago the bank indicated that it had made a strong start

31 Jul 12 15:53

Friday broker round-up -UPDATE

African Minerals: Goldman Sachs upgrades to buy. AG Barr: Investec reiterates buy recommendation and 485p target; Shore Capital downgrades to hold; N+1 Brewing downgrades to hold. AstraZeneca: Nordea downgrades to sell. Barclays: Investec maintains buy rating and 240p target. BG Group: UBS cuts

27 Jul 12 09:54

Broker tips: BG Group, Next, Halfords

Credit Suisse has downgraded its rating for natural gas giant BG Group from 'outperform' to 'neutral', saying that the market has yet to full appreciate the transitional challenges that the group faces in the upstream cycle. "We are particularly concerned about the key area of growth - Brazil - giv

19 Jul 12 11:22

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