This year's manic market conditions have highlighted the benefit of owning stocks that pay reliable dividends. It's much easier to ride out dips in the market if you can still see dividend cash flowing into your share account.
The Enderby-based group spent �26 million buying back 377,733 shares at an average price of �68.71. The retailer has forked out a total of �66 million on share buybacks in the past few days after its share price dropped in the wake of disappointing ...
NEXT went into winter with reduced stock availability, due to operational difficulties in its Directory division. While frustrating, that sounds like a temporary problem rather than something more serious.
Despite the steady progress of AstraZeneca's (LSE: AZN) product pipeline, many sceptics still believe the company is a risky proposition as doubts persist over whether its next-generation of products can replace the lost revenues of mammoth labels like ...
How strong is retail going into 2016? We're a nation that loves shopping, and I think we always will. It seems the tills have been ringing merrily this Christmas and I don't think I've seen the shops busier than this Boxing Day.
This was a headline across the media back in October of last year. By all accounts the UK was facing a long, hard winter after the first Bewick swan, which traditionally heralds the start of the season, arrived from Arctic Russia.
Fashion and homewares retailer Next launched its first share buyback in more than a year. The Enderby-based group spent around �40 million buying back 586,000 shares at an average price of �68.17, according to a statement.