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Is Now The Time To Invest In National Grid plc, United Utilities Group plc And ...
Maybe recent stock market weakness has exposed better value in the utilities sector. Today I'm looking at National Grid (LSE: NG), United Utilities Group (LSE: UU) and Dee Valley Group (LSE: DVW).
Lloyds shareholders set for massive windfall
Lloyds Banking Group's (LLOY) half-year results may have been mixed, but the high street lender still has an army of fans in the City.
50% upside makes water shares exciting
Investing in water companies is hardly for thrill-seekers. Utilities are typically held for income than for significant capital gain.
Carlyle gets Innovation Group on the cheap
Innovation Group (TIG) has spent a lot of time and money developing its business and in June won an impressive 10-year contract with a major insurance company.
Correction triggers City upgrade for Lloyds
Bearish sentiment has wiped off nearly 20% of Lloyds' (LLOY) market value over the last five weeks. But investors who buy shares in the banking group could be looking at a 12% total return over the next year, analysts at Investec reckon. Lloyds ...
Bad news for Lloyds Banking
Lloyds Banking Group's (LLOY) recent interim results reflected good underlying progress and the response in the Square Mile has been largely positive.
Why FTSE 100 could fall 500 points
Down 200 points one day, up over 100 the next; the severity of the recent sell-off means the FTSE 100 (UKX) will likely continue to swing wildly through the subsequent consolidation phase.
Lloyds tipped to top 100p and pay special dividends
The government is selling down its stake in Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY), and making a profit on it, too. But the lender has acquired quite a fan club in recent months and more of those in the know think the shares will hit three figures before long ...
Stockwatch: The next oil takeover target
Are the likes of Premier Oil (PMO) shaping up as a contrarian buy? Experienced investors know the stockmarket is liable to over-punish oil exploration and production stocks during a downturn; the early 1990s recession also showing how they can stay out ...
Shell in demand as dividend confirmed
There's lots to like about Royal Dutch Shell's (RDSB) second-quarter results. They beat expectations for a start, and the oil major has identified further cost savings as part of its �47 billion purchase of BG Group (BG.). There's a commitment to "at ...