Consumer Stocks

Which FTSE travel stocks to buy ahead of major changes in rules?

 Which FTSE travel stocks to buy ahead of major changes in rules?

Highlights  Travel rules in the UK are set to change ahead of October half-term break, which might benefit the listed travel stocks. The number of countries on the red list might also be reduced further from the current number of 62 countr...

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3 FTSE food stocks to buy amid the chaos of Brexit border regulations

3 FTSE food stocks to buy amid the chaos of Brexit border regulations

HIGHLIGHTS Cranswick announced a final dividend of 51.3 pence per share for the 52 weeks ended 27 March 2021. For Q3 2021, Associated British Foods recorded a 47% year-on-year increase in revenues to £3,649 million. Marks and Spence...

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FirstGroup (FGP) & Go-Ahead (GOG): 2 FTSE transport stocks to speed up gains

FirstGroup (FGP) & Go-Ahead (GOG): 2 FTSE transport stocks to speed up gains

Highlights FirstGroup’s announced to return £500 million cash to shareholders as a part of a tender offer post the sale of the company’s First Transit and First Student businesses. Go-Ahead Group recorded regional bus passenge...

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5 hospitality stocks returning between 60% to 100%: Buy call?

5 hospitality stocks returning between 60% to 100%: Buy call?

Highlights UK Health Minister scraps vaccine passport plans after a backlash from Tory party MPs Hospitality sector has welcomed the news saying that it will help in gaining the confidence of customers and the workforce to rebuild the hard-hit ...

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888 Holdings (LON:888) and 3 more FTSE gaming stocks to buy

888 Holdings (LON:888) and 3 more FTSE gaming stocks to buy

Highlights  888 Holdings Plc has signed an agreement to acquire the non-US business of William Hall for£2 billion. The combination of both companies is likely to deliver considerable efficiency and higher revenues due to enhanced...

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Diageo (DGE) & Unilever (ULVR): 2 ever-green dividend-paying consumer stocks to buy

Diageo (DGE) & Unilever (ULVR): 2 ever-green dividend-paying consumer stocks to buy

HIGHLIGHTS In September 2021, Diageo announced an investment in Komasa Kanosuke Distillery, a Japan-based ultra-premium whisky manufacturer.   Unilever announced a quarterly dividend payout of €0.4268 per share to shareholders for Q2 ...

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EasyJet Plc (LON: EZJ) shares slump on a takeover bid. Should you buy it?

EasyJet Plc (LON: EZJ) shares slump on a takeover bid. Should you buy it?

Highlights EasyJet Plc has received an unsolicited takeover bid from the unnamed bidder. EasyJet Plc board has rejected the potential bid being reported to be from Wizz Air Holdings Plc, citing low premium and highly conditional all-share trans...

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TUI cancels holidays: Is this FTSE 250 travel stock still a buy?

TUI cancels holidays: Is this FTSE 250 travel stock still a buy?

The holiday operator, TUI AG (LON: TUI), released its latest list of holiday cancellations, including cruises and flights, on the back of COVID-19 restrictions. The company announced the suspension of flights and cruise services to destinations inc...

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3 auto retailer stocks to buy despite 22% slump in car registrations

3 auto retailer stocks to buy despite 22% slump in car registrations

Car registration in the UK saw a drastic fall in August. New car registrations were at 68,033 units in the month, posting a decline of 22% year-on-year. It is the lowest monthly performance since August 2013 as per the latest data from the Society ...

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5 FTSE food stocks to buy after BRC’s price rise prediction

5 FTSE food stocks to buy after BRC’s price rise prediction

Highlights According to BRC, Shop Price deflation eased to 0.8% year-on-year in August against July’s decrease of 1.2%. It also predicted that food prices are set to rise in the next few months due to rise in commodity prices, increased t...

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Gaming Stocks To Look At As China Cuts Kids’ Online Play Time

Gaming Stocks To Look At As China Cuts Kids’ Online Play Time

Highlights Chinese regulator National Press and Public Administration has decided to limit the amount of time children can play games online. Gaming companies are allowed to offer games online to minors from 8 pm to 9 pm on weekends, Fridays, a...

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