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18th Apr, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News, Market View


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With the vote on whether or not we will stay in the EU upon us we are focusing on areas that will be affected by this vote. One thing to remember when looking at events like this is that you need to take your own personal views out of the equation when performing analysis. Sticking [...]

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18th Apr, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News, Market View

Halfords ready to move up a gear

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Halfords (HFD) is shaping up as a sustainable turnaround. We believe the price has fallen too far and see recent positive movement as a step towards a much larger recovery. Halfords in our opinion had fallen too far following lower bike sales due to the last wet summer. However, this was a temporary factor in the [...]

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2nd Apr, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments Investors Chronicle

Central bank arsenals in spotlight as headwinds linger

2.4.16 reuters

“Following the reassurance … that the Fed will tread cautiously, hopefully the markets can enjoy these numbers without panicking about a rate rise,” Robert Craig, a private client investment manager at MB Capital in London said in emailed comments. Yellen’s recent comments that slowing world growth and weak oil prices posed a downside risk for [...]

1st Apr, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News

The dollar gained against a number of global currency crosses on Friday following the publication of a mixed US non-farms payroll data report

1.4.16 IFA

At 1544 BST, the pound was down 1.19% versus the greenback changing hands at $1.4189, while the euro slipped 0.13% changing hands at $1.1365. The dollar also rose against the Swiss franc by 0.07% changing hands at CHF0.9625, but fell 0.19% against the yen, changing hands at JPY112.36. Robert Craig, private client investment manager at [...]

1st Apr, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News

Mixed results: US employment up 215,000 but 5% unemployment rate unchanged

3.4.16 FTSE Global

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics says today that total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 215,000 in March, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 5% (equivalent to 8m people). Employment increased in retail trade, construction, and health care. Job losses occurred in manufacturing and mining. Both measures have shown little movement since August and [...]

26th Jan, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments Investors Chronicle

Britain’s leading share index ended higher on Tuesday, lifted by an oil-price rise a knock-on rally in battered mining stocks.

26.1.16 reuters

MB Capital director Marcus Bullus said his outlook was positive because outside the volatile commodities sector there were solid results, such as higher profits at housebuilder Crest Nicholson (CRST.L). “I’d be looking to go with the upside momentum but maybe with a stop/loss at 5,640 points if the FTSE started to fall back down again,” he said. [...]

26th Jan, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News

Global stocks recover as crude oil prices bounce back

1.4.16 Irish

The blue-chip FTSE 100 recovered from an early decline to finish 0.6 per cent up at 5,911.46 points, although the index remains down 5 per cent since the start of 2016. Mining stocks also surged, with Anglo American rising 11.8 per cent on the back of higher diamond sales at its De Beers division, and firmer copper [...]

21st Jan, 2016 Tim Boler No Comments In the News, Market View

Time to go on a buying spree with Ocado


Ocado is at a price that looks attractive says Robert Craig, Private Client Investment Manager at MB Capital. After dropping considerably from it’s all time high Ocado has been under the radar as a stock with great expectations and the question has been when to buy rather than whether to buy. Ocado has kept its [...]

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26th Nov, 2015 Tim Boler No Comments Investors Chronicle

Time to Bank on Barclays

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Barclays held its hands up (eventually!) and accepted all fines aimed their way regarding various rigging and unethical activities says Thomas Richardson at . These departments however are becoming an increasingly smaller part of a retail high street bank with a strong balance sheet. With this in mind we believe the worst is out [...]

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