Consumer Stocks

Pint, food prices set to rise: 5 FTSE stocks to buy now

 Pint, food prices set to rise: 5 FTSE stocks to buy now

Highlights The prices of food and drinks are all set to rise amid the increasing costs of running venues. Increasing construction costs and higher wages will lead to higher prices for drinks at pubs. The UK Government has recently dropped its ...

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Carnival Plc, TUI AG & Global Ports: Has the time arrived to buy these Cruise Line stocks?

Carnival Plc, TUI AG & Global Ports: Has the time arrived to buy these Cruise Line stocks?

Highlights The cruise line industry with an estimated market of USD 29.4 billion, is one of the fastest-growing segments of the travel and tourism sector. Successful vaccination drive and ease of travel restrictions are helping to rebuild the c...

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Novacyt, Benchmark Holdings & Ergomed: 3 FTSE-listed biotechnology stocks to buy

Novacyt, Benchmark Holdings & Ergomed: 3 FTSE-listed biotechnology stocks to buy

Highlights  Innovations made by the biotech industry made headlines when the Covid-19 vaccines were in progress. Stocks like Novacyt, Benchmark Holdings, and Egromed are some of the stocks that have been making news off late. The Covi...

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Persimmon (LON: PSN): Can share price hit 4,000 pence by 2021-end?

Persimmon (LON: PSN): Can share price hit 4,000 pence by 2021-end?

Highlights Persimmon Plc delivered higher revenue and profit margin for the half-year ended 30 June 2021. The company delivered 7,406 houses with 300 active sites during the year and total landholdings of 85,771 plots. At present, the company&...

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ABF and BATS: 2 FTSE 100 consumer stocks to buy

ABF and BATS: 2 FTSE 100 consumer stocks to buy

HIGHLIGHTS Consumer goods companies are viewed as non-cyclical and maintain stable growth rates regardless of the macroeconomic outlook. The imposition of lockdowns and restrictions on movement forced consumers to stock up on essential goods an...

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5 UK-listed liquor stocks to look at amid beer shortage in Scotland

5 UK-listed liquor stocks to look at amid beer shortage in Scotland

Highlights Beer supply could be hit in Scottish pubs amid staff shortages in the supply chain. Deliveries are falling short by approximately 75% as per recent reports. Carbon dioxide and nitrogen gas supplies are also an additional concern. ...

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5 must buy high-flying FTSE aviation stocks

5 must buy high-flying FTSE aviation stocks

Highlights The UK government has taken considerable steps to ease travel restrictions after a successful roll out of vaccination program. Ease in travel restrictions with the US and other countries will help boost the domestic Aviation sector. ...

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Future shares hit fresh 52-week high as it buys Dennis for £300m

Future shares hit fresh 52-week high as it buys Dennis for £300m

Highlights  Future shares rallied more than 7%, hitting a fresh 52-week high on Monday Media firm has acquired Dennis for a cash consideration of £300m Notable titles under Dennis include The Week, Kiplinger and MoneyWeek etc S...

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3 FTSE pub stocks if you are looking to enter the hospitality space

3 FTSE pub stocks if you are looking to enter the hospitality space

Highlights Craft brewery major Beavertown announced plans to open its first pub today The pub, called Corner Pin, will be located across from the Spurs Tottenham Hotspur Stadium The company aims to open a chain of pubs called as Beaver Beacons...

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Heathrow reports the busiest month since March 2020: Focus on 5 FTSE aviation stocks

Heathrow reports the busiest month since March 2020: Focus on 5 FTSE aviation stocks

Summary London’s busiest airport Heathrow reported stronger July passenger numbers, reaching 1.5 million and making it the busiest month since March 2020. Passenger numbers were 74 per cent above July 2020 figures, but still remained abou...

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3 FTSE Auto stocks in focus as UK new car sales fall to lowest July level since 1998

3 FTSE Auto stocks in focus as UK new car sales fall to lowest July level since 1998

Summary UK’s auto industry body, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), said July 2021’snew car sales have dropped by 30 per cent from July 2020 -- lowest since 1998 The drop was due to a semi-conductor shortage bein...

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