Friday, June 10

Stock Market Share Tips Friday

Stocks to buy - Investors Chronicle and Newspaper Share Tips

Interested in investing in stocks ?  Want some ideas for which stocks to buy then the investing magazines and the stock market sections of some newspapers are useful starting points - check out today's share tips and rumours below

Share tips:

Buy: Phoenix, Eros, Greka
Sell: Mulberry,

Share tips updates:
Buy: Rolls-Royce, Camco, Cluff Gold, Ahold, Silverdell, Melrose, RIT Capital Partners.

The Daily Telegraph

Stock market Comment
US economy at risk of double-dipping back into recession, says Robert Shiller.

Questor Share Tips

IG Group - buy at 440p (average price target of analysts is 505p)
Lookers - hold at 73p
Cluff Gold - buy at 90p

Financial Times
Stephen Elop, Nokia’s CEO insists mobile phone maker not for sale, describing takeover speculation as “baseless”.
News Corp’s new education division, has plans for “significant” acquisitions in the school data, assessment and interactive content areas.
Comet circulating a secret list of 22 stores it wants to sell, which are some of its best stores in the UK.

The Lex Column
European Central Bank's Thursday monetary policy statement sparked a euro sell-off.
SandP 500 operating margins expected to reach impressive 9.2% this year and an unheard of 9.8% in 2012.
Home Retail Group: contracting consumer electronics sales and reluctance of consumers to spend much more than £100 have reduced sales at Argos.
Europe: it is set to be one of the driest years on record throughout northern Europe. This will impact already high food prices.

The Times

Laxey Partners doubles its stake in property company on Quintain Estates and Development.

Tempus share tips
IG Index's shares on more than 12 x earnings, - full enough
3Legs Resources shares risky but interesting
Little reason to buy JD Sports Fashion.

Stock market Comment
DOW broke its run of six reversals last night.

The Independent

Investment Share Tips

Hold IG Group at 439.5p
Hold Halfords at 406p
Hold PZ Cussons at 376.5p

Britain's solar industry rejected by government.
Greek economy contracting at an annual rate of 5.5% during Q1 – much worse than expected.

The Guardian
Viewpoint Column
Shoppers turn off at Argos.
Vallares - Tony Wayward and Nat Rothschild's latest wheeze still needs to prove itself long term.
MandS hands out a £1.36 million cash bonus to outgoing CEO [no wonder their socks are so expensive!].