Profit warnings from Debenhams and Mothercare are more evidence that traditional retailers are fighting a losing battle against nimbler online competitors, says Ben Judge.
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Drugmaker Indivior is on the up, while retailer Next, once a favourite with investors, has lost its way.
The clothing retailer has long been a favourite of long-term investors, but now Next is facing tough times.
Fashion retailer Next has been an exception to the rule of the declining high street. Phil Oakley investigates to see if the shares are still worth buying.
Next shares looked to shrug off a profit warning from the high-street clothing retailer this morning. Kam Patel reports.
Tesco is having a terrible time. But there are some attractive retail stocks out there, says Ed Bowsher. Here, he picks two of his favourites.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s faces a lot of problems. Indeed, the future looks grim for the sector as a whole. Ed Bowsher explains why, and where to put your money instead.
Next is on a roll, but the high-street fashion retailer no longer wants to buy its own shares. Phil Oakley reports.
The post-Christmas reporting season is in full swing, with Next having the most to cheer about.
Three of Britain’s biggest retailers have reported disappointing sales figures. Ed Bowsher looks at what’s going wrong, and whether there is any cheer for investors.
High-street fashion retailer Next is ending its share buyback programme. Here, Ed Bowsher explains what that means for investors, and why you should hang on to the shares.
There are plenty of things to worry about in 2014. But there are plenty of opportunities too, says Ed Bowsher. Here, he makes six calls for the year to come.