The government has sold off half of Royal Mail in the biggest privatisation since the 1980s. We look at whether it's worth buying shares, and if you do, when you should sell.
Phil Oakley explains what the dramatic collapse of competitor City Link means for Royal Mail.
The underpriced valuation of Royal Mail proves that nothing’s changed in decades, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Royal Mail shares looked tempting before the float. But, now the shares have risen in price, is it too late to buy? Phil Oakley reports.
Was the British public betrayed by an overzealous government in the Royal Mail sell-off? Emily Hohler reports.
As the chaotic privatisation of Royal Mail showed, the government has learnt nothing, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
As ‘unconditional trading’ starts in Royal Mail shares, the price has soared to new highs. Ed Bowsher looks at whether you should sell now, or hold on to them.
Royal Mail shares shot up by almost 40% on Friday. So is it time to take a quick profit, or should you hold on to them? Ed Bowsher investigates.
Britain’s biggest privatisation since the 1980s proved a big hit with the public this week.
From basketcase to well-run business, Royal Mail is finally going private. Should you buy the shares? Phil Oakley investigates.
There are plenty of reasons to avoid buying shares in Royal Mail. But despite all its problems, could it still be worth a punt?