Friday, October 1

Newspaper Share Tips Friday Oct1

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US stock markets just had the best September in 71 years

INVESTORS CHRONICLE

Share Tips
BUY
John Menzies
Surgical Innovations

SELL
Soco International
Home Retail

Share Tips Updates
BUY
Hansard Global
S&U
Paragon
United Utilities
SELL
Ocado

Cover
Best diamond miners: - The Best – Petra Diamonds. The Rest – Stellar Diamonds, Firestone Diamonds, African Diamonds

Feature
S&P dogs expected to be top dogs by the end of the year … Citigroup, American International Group, Eastman ETrade Financial, Prologis, Kodak, Marshall & Isley, MEMC Rlectronic Materials, Regions Financial Corporation, Office Depot, Keycorp

Company ResultsBuy – MJ Gleeson, Songbird Estates, International Ferro Metals, AEC Education, Northern petroleum
Long-term good value – Ambrian
Good value – Close Brothers, Quercus Publishing,
Fairly priced – Smiths Group, Wolseley
Speculative buy – Cove Energy

FINANCIAL TIMES

Lex

Mobile phones forecast to be most popular screen for browsing the web
Ericsson struggles as clients can’t afford new kit
Rolls-Royce CEO to retire as RR faces headwinds

Further news
Speculation grows over sale of Brit Insurance sale
Lamprell shares on the rise
Double blow to Regal Petroleum

THE TIMES

Tempus Share Tips

ICAP – Buy on any weakness
Compass Group – up with events
Finsbury Food – Avoid

Tiddler to Watch - President Petroleum

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

The Front Page

Tougher curbs will make first-time mortgage even harder to get

Questor Share Tips
Compass – Buy
Tate & Lyle – Hold

News
Worries about Xstrata bidding war for Sphere

THE INDEPENDENT

Feature
Mortgage squeeze getting tighter, Bank says

Investment Share Tips
Compass - Hold at 530.5p
Icap - Buy at 431.5p - Can be seen as undervalued. The recent creation of an electronic market for euro interest rate swaps, the world's largest financial market (depending on how you measure it), is a statement of intent and shows Icap's vision.
Regal Petroleum - Avoid at 18.5p - Yesterday Regal's shares fell by 30% to their lowest ever price - they have fallen around 80% in the last 12 months. Keith Henry, the Regal chairman will take over as CEO and lead a strategic review to cut costs, optimise production and strengthen the cash position. Regal will sell its Barlad concession for $25m in cash. But improvements may take a long time. This is not the time to go bargain hunting.

THE GUARDIAN

Dairy Crest says it's not for sale
Imperial Tobacco loses legal case on the ban on over-the-counter cigarette displays
Mobile phone group to cut 1,200 jobs

THE DAILY MAIL

Analysis Share Tips

Tate & Lyle – Worth a punt
Homeserve – Well up with events

News
BP gets ready to pay a dividend again
AIG in $20 bn payback
FTSE flying towards 6,000
Clipper Windpower rises on revised offer

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