Wednesday, February 16

Today's Share Tips from Newspapers

Online Stock Trading - Today's Newspaper Stock Picks


FINANCIAL TIMES

Sanofi to raise bid for Genzyme to more than $20bn
Apple demands 30% slice of subscriptions
Peltz makes buy out offer for Family Dollar
BHP increases buy-back plan to $10bn

THE TIMES


Morrisons discovers going online is child's play
BHP : what to do with $80 billion?
Greencore contemplating fresh bid for Northern Foods.

Tempus stocks and shares tips

Expect more upward movement from Rentokil Initial.
Spirent - strong long-term hold.
Buy Pennon

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Questor Stocks and Shares Picks

Sell Albemarle and Bond at 297p - first recommended at 205p in February hey are up 45pc compared with a FTSE 100 up 58%. Results may start to improve once the gold hedge finishes, but they have been a significant underperformer since they were recommended. After a strong bull run in the market in general, the shares are now a sell.
Domino's Pizza - buy at 502p

From Sunday
African Aura - buy at 272p

Further news
Vodafone boss criticizes Apple's 'walled garden'
Gold-by-post cos. criticized for treatment of punters
Barclays profits rise to £6.07bn as salaries rise
Apple's child labour problems worsen
Morrisons buys online store Kiddicare

THE INDEPENDENT

Investment Stocks and Shares Tips

Hold British Land at 543p
Hold Premier Foods at 25.75p
Buy Micro Focus at 291p - shares plunged 104p last night after stating it had lost some large US deals in Q3. It also said it was unlikely to recover revenue shortfall in last 3 months of its financial year. However, stock is now trading on around 8 x forecast earnings, a 55% discount to the wider sector. That, plus promise of restructuring, makes this a buy, but a risky one.

Stock Market Report

Licence agreement boosts Imagination
Barclays braces itself for Del Monte lawsuit
2-speed Europe emerges from recession

THE GUARDIAN


BHP expected to reveal record profits
World Bank warns of soaring food prices
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Why some rich people refuse to pay their mortgages and the banks do nothing - mortgage defaults

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