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Lloyds Share Offer – All you need to know -

UK Chancellor Osborne has confirmed the launch of a £2bn discounted Lloyds share sale to the public. This follows months of speculation whilst the UK government sold down its £20bn 2008 bailout stake to institutional investors, much to retail investor frustration. The share offer is George’s way of saying sorry.

The top 10 stocks for Q4 -

Following a volatile Jul-Sept period, we take a look at another selection of blue chip stocks that have the potential to offer exciting trading opportunities in the run up to 2015’s end. In some cases the stocks mentioned will have performed strongly and be tipped to keep going, while others could be ripe for a…

Oil off 6-year lows: BP & Shell primed for rebound? -

This report looks at the Oil related stocks and how they have fared amid the recent oil price downturn. The sector is going through enormous change. Some will win, some will lose. What are the prospects or your favourites?

Tesco, Sainsbury’s & Morrisons: UK grocers set for imminent growth? -

In this report we look at the UK supermarket sector and its prospects for the rest of 2015. It’s been an interesting year so far, with the big four – Tesco (TSCO), Asda, J Sainsbury (SBRY) and WM Morrison (MRW) – facing continued stiff competition from rampaging German discounters Aldi and Lidl. We’re even seeing…

Blue Chip Opportunities -

The UK UK 100 index is currently close to 1000 points down from its April all-time highs circa 7100. With holiday season coming to an end, we’re wondering just how much further it can fall before normal trading volumes return, cushioning the markets from recent extreme volatility and initiating a potentially profitable recovery. Sentiment would…

The Ferrari IPO: A rare opportunity to own a legend -

When is it better to buy a share of something rather than buy the thing itself? The answer, of course, is when all you can afford is a share. And the up-coming and long-awaited IPO of motor-racing legend Ferrari is surely one of the best examples in years.

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