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Which energy stocks can you look at in October?

 Which energy stocks can you look at in October?

Highlights:,A new survey has revealed that several parents have reduced the consumption and quality of food due to high energy prices.,Energy bills are set to increase from October when the new energy price cap comes into effect.,Electricity,bills,are soa...

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HTG, MNZS, SRP: Should you invest in these service providers now?

HTG, MNZS, SRP: Should you invest in these service providers now?

With the alarms of recession ringing in the UK amid escalating inflationary pressures, the services industry is going through a slowdown. According to S&P Global, there has been a sharp decline in the growth of UK services in May 2022. Last mon...

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NG., GLO, DRX: Stocks in focus as govt mulls extending windfall tax

NG., GLO, DRX: Stocks in focus as govt mulls extending windfall tax

Weeks after taking a U-turn and announcing a windfall tax on oil and gas companies, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has hinted that the levy may be extended to electricity producers as well. This could fetch billions for the government to help UK households...

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BAE Systems (LON:BA.) shares: Should you consider investing now?

BAE Systems (LON:BA.) shares: Should you consider investing now?

London-based security, arms, and aerospace firm BAE Systems plc (LON: BA.) has been in the limelight recently with its Automated Flight Planning Service migrating to cloud. The company is also planning to deliver over 500 electric drive systems for...

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MNZS, FGP, TEK: Stocks you may consider as economic outlook worsens

MNZS, FGP, TEK: Stocks you may consider as economic outlook worsens

Highlights UK companies are hardly anticipating any growth over the next three months, a recent survey has stated. As per CBI’s survey results, the expectations of retailers, manufacturers, and other service-related businesses have declin...

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CNA, NG., SSE: Is it the right time to buy these energy utility stocks?

CNA, NG., SSE: Is it the right time to buy these energy utility stocks?

It's been over three months since Russia invaded Ukraine. Several countries have imposed severe sanctions on Russia, putting a huge dent in its economy. In response, Russia has demanded countries pay for its natural gas in rubles and even cut off s...

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AML, CWR, AFC: Stocks under lens as car production dips in April

AML, CWR, AFC: Stocks under lens as car production dips in April

British car production fell by 11.3% in April, on the back of geopolitical tensions and the ongoing global shortage of semiconductors. Some experts have also blamed broader industry structural and model changes. ©2022 Kalkine Media® Ac...

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MNZS, CAPD, KCT: Should you invest with business confidence going low?

MNZS, CAPD, KCT: Should you invest with business confidence going low?

UK’s service industry, which has dominated the country’s economy, is slowly losing confidence. According to the results of a survey conducted by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), the optimism in the services industry is decli...

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SSE, CNA, DRX: Stocks to eye as energy bills may go down with £10 bn aid

SSE, CNA, DRX: Stocks to eye as energy bills may go down with £10 bn aid

UK households will get a breather on energy bills as part of the £10 billion support package to ease the cost-of-living crisis. It came after the UK energy regulator announced that energy bills are likely to shoot up over 40% to hit £2,...

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BATS, GSK, DGE: Should you buy these stocks amid slowing business activity?

BATS, GSK, DGE: Should you buy these stocks amid slowing business activity?

Amid the rising inflationary pressures and growing geopolitical instability, business activity in the UK has gone through a strong slowdown in May. According to the latest S&P Global/CIPS composite purchasing managers’ index data, manufac...

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CWR, SED, AMTE: Should you consider these stocks now?

CWR, SED, AMTE: Should you consider these stocks now?

across UK. The British government has unveiled a £40 million fund to boost commercial self-driving services in the country that could make travelling safer and more reliable. Called the ‘Commercialising Connected and Automated Mobil...

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