Sunday, November 11, 2012

UK stock to watch Invensys, Taylor Wimpey, Vodafone nov 12 2012

 UK stock to watch Invensys, Taylor Wimpey, Vodafone nov 12 2012 : 12th November 2012 Latest inflation figures this week should again amuse bewildered consumers and leave them even more confused.

Monetary Policy Committee figures of around 2% seem contradictory to the huge multiple rises in energy, rail ticket and general food costs. This latest update expected on Tuesday.

On Monday embattled South African miner Lonmin presents final figures while Taylor Wimpey, Interserve, Gold Oil, Cobham and funeral service Dignity present half year figures.

Shareholders will be seeking evidence of a housing market recovery when Taylor Wimpey offer results on Monday. The new homes builder recently indicated an 18% increase in new orders. TW shares have recovered to 60p from 10p at the end of 2008.

Dignity has also been a strong performer in the last two years, currently at 922p, remains a concensus buy in the city. Singer Capital setting a 1096p target price.

Reporting Tuesday Norcros, Oxford Instruments, Synergy Health, TalkTalk Telecom Group, Trifast, Vodafone Group and Workspace Group.

Yell Group, newly named Hibu also presents figures on Tuesday. The ex-yellow pages directory group continues executing a complex debt restructuring process. Investors Chronicle maintains a 'sell' on the stock.

Telecoms giant Vodafone Group also reports same day with shares taking a breather and seeming to languish at a cycical low, in the run up to this report, as investors await the latest news before investing.

News from the high street on Wednesday with interim figures from Sainsbury (J). Charles Stanley continues to recommend 'accumulate' Sainsbury's which are trading on a 2013 PE ratio of 12 times and offering a prospective dividend yield of 4.6%.

Also on Wednesday Blinkx, SSE, Great Portland Estates, ICAP and Speedy Hire who will be hoping that momentum has been retain after the hire firm reported a hike in revenues in October.

On Thursday interims from 3i Group, Atkins (WS), Invensys, Investec, National Grid, Opsec Security Group and Euromoney Institutional Investor with final figures.

Invensys investors will be hoping for an increase in the dividend after Nomura issued buy note saying that the controls group stands to go cash positive on the back new US markets. Nomura sets a target price of 330p.

Closing the week on Friday London Stock Exchange Group, Record and management statements from Amec, Clarke (T.), Paddy Power, Rotork and Ultra Electronics Holdings.

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