Growth at a reasonable price (GARP)

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The GARP theme explores the equity research and video content we have for companies that meet our criteria of "growth at a reasonable price". What rules do we use? Uk-listed companies with: Latest FY revenue growth greater than 5% | Current P/E less than 18x | Current Free Cash Flow Yield greater than 5% | Latest full year EPS growth greater than 10%

Growth at a reasonable price (GARP)

The GARP theme explores the equity research and video content we have for companies that meet our criteria of "growth at a reasonable price". 

What rules do we use? Uk-listed companies with: Latest FY revenue growth greater than 5% | Current P/E less than 18x | Current Free Cash Flow Yield greater than 5% | Latest full year EPS growth greater than 10%

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Breakfast Today

  • 09 Feb 17

"Markets are presently a touch sensitive. Losses in financial shares yesterday weighed on the Dow Jones, as analysts recommended taking profits following the new US administration's proposals to water down the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act that Barack Obama signed into Federal law back in 2010. This had been one of Trump's deregulation pledges that helped drive the US markets to new peaks last week, but weighing up recent earnings data and macro releases against what are now considered somewhat elevated valuations in a most unpredictable political environment both sides of the Atlantic, it was easy to temp investors to lighten overweight positions. Energy shares also initially contributed to the bearish tone as oil plays extended losses, after crude prices were knocked by a larger-than-expected increase in US stockpiles for the fifth straight week. BP extended its two-day losing streak following its results, while in the Transocean lost 4.1% and Chesapeake Energy fell 3.8% in early US trade before the benchmark West Texas Intermediate met new buying sufficient to reversed it back into the positive. Government bonds, the obvious safe haven, strengthened with the yield on the benchmark 10-year US Treasury yields at one point falling to 2.337% from 2.389% on Tuesday, while election jitters pushed the France-Germany yield spread to its widest since November 2012. Indeed, Francois Fillon is now being considered just too deeply flawed to succeed to President in the forthcoming election. This is not just because of corrupt family payments he reportedly endorsed, but also the investigation his party is under for illegally exceeding campaign spending limits during his 5 years under Nicholas Sarkozy. This, of course, all plays directly into the hands of far right National Front leader Marin Le Pen, with all that would mean for the future of the European Union. Such background noises resulted in the overnight markets ending mixed with just fractional closing movements, seemingly reluctant to go any higher without delivery of more market-friendly campaign pledges from the Trump camp and leaving traders simply switching portfolio positions or locking in recent gains. With the successful vote for an unamended Article 50 Bill coming as no surprise and, in the absence of significant new macro releases, London appears set to open in a similarly lacklustre mood, with the FTSE-100 seen drifting just 5 points either side of unchanged in this morning's early trading, with only a scheduled speech from the Bank of England's Governor later today to look forward to. UK corporates due to report earnings or trading updates include DFS (DFS.L), Smith & Nephew (SN..L), Tate & Lyle (TATE.L) and Thomas Cook (TCG.L)." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

 

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