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Questor Share Tips
Buy IMI at 674½p - CEO thinks green laws could help the business as trucking companies are forced to replace their aging fleets
Buy Melrose at 243.6p. Group is continuing to seek acquisitions and says the market for disposals is slowly returning. Melrose shares are up 58% since being recommended at 154p last September. An economic environment over the next 2 years, would mean the valuation is not particularly overstretched – Questor thinks earnings estimates are likely to rise after Friday's interims.
Questor has also given his opinon on the defence sector in the light of government cuts, in this podcast
Basically he says buy BAE Systems which is very undervalued and at a 5 year low - he also repeated his recommendation today (14 Sep.) - questor share tips. He also likes James Fisher and Sons - specialized technical services and oil tanker business
DSG expected to announce UK sales in Q1 rose by around 3.5% due to strong sales of Apple's iPad and flat screen tvs
The Independent on Sunday
Oil services group Wellstream, which booked strong gains on Friday of more than 5% to 533.5p on revisited theories of takeover speculation. Traders were sceptical however as volume was thin. The change by UBS to "neutral" from "sell" was seen as more credible reason.
Mail on Sunday
Midas Share Tips
Mothercare shares have been well battered since spring and closed at 511p. Profits are expected to reach £45 million this year with e.p.s. at 38p, not cheap but the real growth prospects are international and Mothercare’s direct and wholesale operations. Buy.
Hold on to Morrisons at 2893p. Tipped in April. Results should not disappoint and, if Philips can show he has a plan for how to increae group’s growth, the shares should be alright for the medium term.
Mortgages predicted to hit 12%, it may be wise to seek shelter now
Nationwide is offering FlexAccount current account customers a best-buy personal loan rate, fixed at 7.7%
Odds and Wads
Rumours are that AT&T, may be lining up a 110p-a-share, cash bid for Cable and Wireless
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