These five stocks were the best performing FTSE 100 companies in 2021. Will they do so well in 2022?
A look at five FTSE 100 companies that offer income and growth.
Lloyds Banking Group plc (LLOY) dividends overview.
Fears that much of BP’s and Shell’s oil reserves will become stranded assets are holding back BP and Shell shares, but is the prognosis for oil much stronger than markets realise?
Investors planning for 2022 have difficult decisions to make; income stocks might be a good option, but should investors look towards companies like Lloyds or BP?
Ashtead Group was the best performing FTSE 100 stock in 2021, but shares have fallen so far this year. Are Ashtead Group shares now a bargain?
WPP shares surged in 2021 but whether they continue to rise depends on whether the company can meet the disruptive challenge?
There is a growing view that inflation is returning. What can investors do, and what shares should they consider in a period of inflation? Here are three suggestions.
The spirit of innovation is alive and soaring at Rolls-Royce Holdings, and that is good news for its share price as the company targets net-zero.
Can BP flourish in the post Cop26 era? I think this alternative FTSE 100 company might be a better bet.
A recent report claimed that copper is the new oil for the net-zero age; here are three big dividend-paying companies that are also big in copper.
You might be surprised to hear why this high dividend-paying FTSE 100 company is a good investment right now.
HSBC shares continue to lose ground thanks to the Evergrande crisis, but are HSBC shares now so cheap that they are a bargain?
The Lloyds Bank share price has fallen steeply, does this mean Lloyds Bank shares are now a bargain?
The Barclays dividend and share buybacks could be set to soar as Barclays shares look good for the post-Covid world.
A dividend bonanza from Lloyds Bank is close; there are five reasons why investors seeking dividends should buy into the bank.
Property portfolio and deal with Amazon makes Wm Morrison attractive to circling private equity.
Could the Lloyds Banking Group dividend yield soar?