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14:32, 12th January 2024
Justin Waite
Taking Stock

Finding the next Winner based on a Previous Winner

Taking Stock: Friday 12th January 2024

Companies discussed on “Taking Stock” today:

00:45 JD Sports Fashion #JD. 
03:00 & 29:50 Warpaint London #W7L 
07:30 Ingenta #ING 
09:05 Billington #BILN 
09:50 & 31:38 Angling Direct #ANG 
10:50 Equals #EQLS 
11:10 Cornerstone FS #CSFS 
11:30 Cairn Homes #CRN 
12:20 Canadian Overseas Petroleum #COPL 
12:50 UK Oil & Gas #UKOG 
13:10 Predator Oil & Gas #PRD 
15:30 Vistry #VTY 
17:46 Burberry #BRBY 
30:50 Marks & Spencer #MKS 
32:10 Hvivo #HVO 
33:45 Focusrite #TUNE 
37:20 Journeo #JNEO 
48:15 Nichols #NICL
49:14 Ensilica #ENSI 
50:50 Premier Miton #PMI 


Stronger retail sales helped the UK's economy to rebound in November, but the risk of recession remains.

The economy grew by 0.3% in November, official figures show, after it shrank during the previous month.

The Office for National Statistics said the services sector led the rebound, as Black Friday sales boosted retailers.

But it said the economy had shown "little growth" over the past year and economists said it was a close call as to whether the UK can avoid a downturn.

While monthly growth was stronger than expected, the UK economy is in a fragile state and the ONS figures showed that in the three months to November, the economy shrank by 0.2%.

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What do Red Sea assaults mean for global trade?

Global supply chains could face severe disruption as a result of the world's biggest shipping companies diverting journeys away from the Red Sea.

What is the impact on consumers?

It is inevitable that supply chains will be affected due to ships being diverted away from the Red Sea, but consumer goods "will face the largest impact", according to Chris Rogers, head of supply chain research at S&P Global Market Intelligence, though he does note the current disruption has occurred "during the off-peak shipping season".

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