Sunday, April 10

Sunday Papers Share Tips Apr

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The Sunday Times
BHP Billiton planning £30 bn takeover of Australian oil and gas producer Woodside Petroleum.

Exponent, owner of thetrainline.com and Radley handbags, is favourite to acquire BBC’s magazine portfolio, which includes the Radio Times.

Light of economic recovery shines through gloom - it is slow, and unsteady, but a recovery by any other name.

Many in the City think Barclays has most to fear from Vickers’ reforms as the big banks will learn their fate tomorrow.

Dov Charney should be considered one of the US's best retailers - his creation, American Apparel, has grown in less than 10 years into a retail juggernaut with 273 stores in 20 countries.

Inside the City: - a combination of scarce advertising and no dividend has causd Trinity Mirror's stock to plummet, despite falling debt and high profits.

The Sunday Telegraph

The heads of the UK's biggest brewers fear 10,000 job losses over the next 12 months as a resut of tax increases.

Questor Share Tips
Centamin Egypt - speculative buy at 152p - Questor reckons the falls are overdone

Mail on Sunday

Midas share tip

Buy Essar Energy

Essar Energy hopes to be able to satisfy India's rising energy demands. ESSR is one of the main power suppliers in India, producing enough energy to power about 8 million homes - but with a population of well over 1 billion there is a lot of room for growth.

Midas says: India will need a lot more gas, electricity and fuel and Essar is ideally placed to provide it. The shares could rise to at least 550p this year and move a lot higher over the long term. Buy and be patient.

ESSAR 1 year chart with 50 and 200 day moving averages


MIDAS UPDATE Sell some Cluff after a healthy gain

Comment

Rarely has a report had as much potential to transform business as tomorrow's banking report.

Sunday Express


People looking for home loans or a new mortgage are facing hefty costs as banks increase their fees in order to keep interest rates low. Moneysupermarket.com shows the average fixed-rate home loan application fee is up by £97 since September 2009, - 14%. The average tracker mortgage application fee has risen by £118, - 15%. If you are still looking for a mortgage or home loan check out this table of low interest mortgages - best mortgage deals

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