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Looking for value? These Consumer Cyclicals companies have low forward P/E ratios compared to their peers.

The Consumer Cyclicals stocks within this list have low forward P/E ratios. Low forward P/E is an indicator of potential undervaluation or investors being pessimistic in the stocks ability to report strong earnings in the next quarter. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


These companies have reported large income margins over the past year.

Stocks within this list have reported high Gross, Operating and Profit margins within the past quarter. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


State pension to hit £10,000 but half a million people will miss out - ‘I am excluded!'

OLDER PEOPLE from the UK are sharing their despair at being "excluded" from a pending raise to the state pension.


You'll never guess what this woman found behind her bathroom mirror

From plush mansions concealing tropical paradises to top-secret tunnels and secret rooms, these elusive spaces are hidden away from prying eyes. All is not as it seems in these clandestine home interiors, so prepare for your jaw to drop when you see what they have up their sleeves...


Home prices are surging. Here are the best home improvement stocks to buy right now

Demand for houses as well as products and services across the home improvement sector has experienced a sharp increase over the past years. This is partially because people have found themselves fixed in place within their homes. Remote work has quickly become the norm and with this in mind, home improvement stocks are set to soar. We gathered top recommended home improvement stocks to buy in this list. This list's performance is calculated on...


Thinking of Diversifying your portfolio? Here are the top Bond ETFs

Find ETFS that invest in the Bond market. These funds are great to include in your portfolio to reduce your risk if you are solely invested in equity or funds tracking the equity market. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Thematic Investing Idea: Here are the top fitness stocks to buy to pump up your portfolio

The home fitness equipment market by revenue is expected to grow at a steady growth rate during the next few years. Despite the unstable economy, the health and fitness industry continues to thrive. The benefits of fitness include mental health, improved thinking, reduced anxiety risk and better sleep. The stocks within this list are the top stocks to invest in. This list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


When will I get the cost of living payment if I’m on tax credits? How £650 grant will be paid and who gets it

One of the most anticipated is the £650 cost-of-living payment that will help many


Top 20 undervalued Books within the market

The stocks within this list have high Price to Book ratios. Price to Book (P/B) measures investors value on the company’s books or balance sheet. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


New online DWP tool allows people to check if they're eligible for cash benefits

The tool does not include all financial support available for the cost of living from the Government


French energy giants tell households to ration supplies ahead of looming winter shortage

France’s top three energy suppliers have called households and businesses to prepare to ration electricity and gas as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine fuels fears of shortages this winter. In an unusual intervention, the bosses of Engie, EDF and TotalEnergies, appealed to French households and businesses to limit consumption of energy, electricity, gas...


Analysts love these Tech stocks

Technology stocks in this list have analyst rating either Buy or Strong Buy and have a price target that is at least 10% higher than the stock’s current price. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Should we be worried about a housing crash? Yes, very

Ever since the mortgage market was unfrozen at the end of the first lockdown in 2020, house prices have continued to defy the predictions of market analysts and economists


Boris Johnson urged to slash minimum pension age to 61 by former Tory minister

MINIMUM pension age should be slashed to 61, an ex-Tory minister has said in a message to Boris Johnson.


5 Top online gambling stocks to consider

Online gambling stocks remain some of the most popular investment themes in 2022. The U.S. betting market will range between $5.9 billion and $8.2 billion by 2024 (via nasdaq.com). Online gambling is now legal in eight states, with general sports betting being legal in more than 30. This list introduces top online gambling stocks for interested investors. This list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


The best value restaurant stocks to watch

Restaurant industry is notoriously difficult for business owners. Over the past years even the best restaurant stocks took a big hit as a result of the global epidemic. However as the world works to get it under control, restaurants which can easily transition between dine-in and takeout services will likely perform the best. Here are the top restaurant stocks with best value, fastest growth, and most momentum. This list's performance is...


Low Margins

Stocks within this list have reported low Gross, Operating and Profit margins within the past quarter. Companies have demonstrated the inability to manage their cost of revenue, operating, and other expenses. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Tory MP warns of ‘conflicts of interest’ in UK’s accounting watchdog after FRC hired EY to advise on plans

A Tory MP has warned of potential conflicts of interest inside the UK’s accounting watchdog, following reports that Britain’s Financial Reporting Council (FRC) brought in consultants from EY to advise on one of its plans. Tory MP Kevin Hollinrake hit out at the FRC for hiring advisors from the Big Four auditor, as the watchdog [...] The post Tory MP warns of ‘conflicts of interest’ in UK’s accounting watchdog after FRC hired EY to advise on...


Christmas under threat from rail strikes

Supplies of presents in time for Christmas are under threat from a “summer of discontent” on the railways. Britain’s fragile supply chains risk being thrown into chaos as rail strikes stretch into July and August, bosses say. More than 600 freight trains run up and down Britain every day carrying billions of pounds of goods – from televisions, clot...


These companies have been struggling to turn a profit with both of their assets and their equity.

The stocks within this list have low return on assets and low return on equity. Low ROA or high debt can be a sign of poor return as a percentage of a company’s assets. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


5 Basic Materials Stocks that are hitting a year low

Basic Materials stocks have surpassed or are approaching their 52-week low which is a technical indicator of the stocks trend. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


When will the state pension increase? How much the current rate is and what the 2023 triple lock rise means

The state pension increases in April each year, with the uprating based on the previous September's CPI inflation figures


Out of favour Basic Material stocks

Basic Materials stocks in this list have analyst ratings either Hold, Sell or Strong Sell and have price target that is at least 10% lower than the stock’s current price. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Why is the US about to give away $52bn to corporations like Intel?

Congress will soon put final touches on the Chips Act, which will provide more than $52bn to companies that design and make semiconductor chips. The subsidy is demanded by the biggest chipmakers as a condition for making more chips in America. It’s pure extortion. The world’s biggest chipmaker (in terms of sales) is already an American corporation – Intel, based in Santa Clara, California. Intel hardly needs the money. Its revenue rose to $79bn...


Government ‘misleading’ over role in rail strikes, legal advice suggests

Government ‘misleading’ over role in rail strikes, legal advice suggests - The TUC said an independent legal opinion undermined the Government’s claims that the rail dispute is just between the train operators and unions.


Retail expert answers questions on the cost of living crisis

40-year high in inflation and the consumer sentiment lows in a survey dating back around 50 years tells you these are very difficult times


Worried if about the next downturn? These companies have high solvency rates and should withstand and turbulence

The Quick Ratio is an indicator of a company’s ability to meet its short-term obligations requirements without needing to raise any capital through financing or selling off assets. Quick Ratio helps measure a company’s short-term liquidity, which can give glimpse on how well a company can withstand any turbulence from external & internal factors. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Top companies standing out in the renewable energy industry

Renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, and hydroelectric, currently supply about a quarter of the electricity generated by the power sector. The industry has been growing briskly, increasing its electricity generating capacity at a roughly 8% annual rate over the past decade (via fool.com). Companies within the list focus on renewable energy and stand out above their peers.This list's performance is calculated on an equally weighted...


Discover companies that will have difficultly meeting short term obligations if they face any volatility

The Quick Ratio is an indicator of a company’s ability to meet its short-term obligations requirements without needing to raise any capital through financing or selling off assets. Quick Ratio helps measure a company’s short-term liquidity, which can give glimpse on how well a company can withstand any turbulence from external & internal factors. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


How to check if your tax code is correct - you could be owed thousands from HMRC

BRITONS should be regularly checking their tax codes, as a wrong code could cost them thousands extra in tax every year.


Week Ahead: Equity Direction Uncertain, Bonds Offer No Haven, Volatility To Endure

Stocks rebounded last week, but 2022 first half was still worst since 1970 Trader sentiment will split between short-term hopefuls and long-term bears Investors will likely be split into two camps in the coming trading week. The optimists will no...


These stocks are favourites among Large Cap value Mutual Fund managers

Companies in this list demonstrate characteristics that fund managers look for when investing in Large Cap Value stocks. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Guy Ritchie paid £19million dividend last year following film success

The payout to the film director's company Toff Guy Films came following the success of his 2019 action comedy film The Gentlemen.


Top 5 Things to Watch in Markets in the Week Ahead

By Noreen Burke Investing.com -- The European Central Bank will hold its annual retreat in Portugal, where President Christine Lagarde, along with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey will appear at a panel...


High EPS

Companies within this list have demonstrated high EPS figures from the most recent quarterly report. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Martin Lewis says he was called 'Jew' and anti-Semitic nicknames at school as kids used to throw sweets to see if he would pick them up

Martin Lewis made clear that he is the Money Saving Expert and Jewish, not becauseis Jewish


Banking body BIS urges decisive wave of global rate hikes to stem inflation

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - The world's central bank umbrella body, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), has called for interest rates to be raised "quickly and decisively" to prevent the surge in inflation turning into something even more problematic. The Swiss-based BIS has held its annual meeting in recent days, where top central...


World is on ‘tipping point’ of permanently high prices

The world is on the “tipping point” of falling into a period of runaway inflation in which soaring prices become embedded and difficult to control, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has warned. In its annual economic report, the BIS said leading economies faced entering a world in which soaring prices become embedded and difficult to con...


Russia slides towards default as payment deadline expires

By Karin Strohecker LONDON (Reuters) - Russia edged closer to default on Sunday amid little sign that investors holding its international bonds had received payment, heralding what would be the nation's first default in decades. Russia has struggled to keep up payments on $40 billion of outstanding bonds since its invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24, ...


‘No point’ giving public-sector workers pay rise as it would fuel inflation, says Boris Johnson

Ministers have been warned they will not get funding to offer pay rises of more than 3% to their workers


Low Gross Profit

Stocks within this list have reported low Gross Profit margins from the prior quarter. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Best music stocks to add to your portfolio for 2022

The music industry is constantly evolving, and it's not going anywhere, anytime soon, which could make it a solid candidate for investing. However companies in the music industry are facing major competition from the giants in the tech sector. Music entertainment stocks can still be winners, but prospective music company investors should pay attention to how the industry is changing. We've rounded up some of the best stocks which are...


'Structural racism' found in NHS holding back Black and Asian nurses

Royal College of Nursing says Black and Asian nurses are often overlooked for promotion


These turbo charging tech companies have been innovating and growing fast.

High growth tech stocks provide growth opportunities and diversification within portfolios. High growth tech stocks are great focus for people looking for aggressive growth, longer retirement horizons and willing to take on risk. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


1 Stock To Buy, 1 To Dump When Markets Open: Tesla, Exxon Mobil

Stocks on Wall Street rallied on Friday, with the benchmark S&P 500 scoring its biggest one-day gain—hitting 3,911.74, up 116.01 points, or 3.06%—since May 2020 as investors pared back bets on aggressive Federal Reserve rate hikes...


Champagne, West End tickets and ice cream among luxuries to have soared in price amid rising bills

Champagne could again become the preserve of the wealthy as prices for luxury goods and leisure, including West End theatre tickets and ice cream soar in Britain.


State pension set to rise by double figures to protect elderly from inflation

And benefits are also set to rise


Thematic investing idea: Companies that do well during high Inflation

On April 12, the consumer price index (CPI) showed came in at 8.5% . The fact that the core CPI number went down gave some investors reason to believe inflation might be peaking . That optimism should have been quickly dispelled with the release of the PPI number on April 13 . Despite the current volatility, there are some stocks that make good hedges against inflation . Companies & ETFs within this have been regarded as inflation proof based on...


High Net Income

Stocks that have reported high net income figures from the prior quarter. This list’s performance is calculated on an equally weighted method.


Brit CEO says Brexit 'excellent' for firm as UK's first gigafactory can facilitate Tesla

BREXIT played a significant part in helping Britishvolt to build the UK's first gigafactory, its CEO has exclusively told Express.co.uk.