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Glass half-empty or half-full?

As emerging-market weakness continues to weigh on share prices in the beverage sector, we take a look at a more geographically focused new entrant: Stock Spirits

Four low-risk, high-yield shares

STOCK SCREEN: My low-risk, high-yield stock screen has delivered a total return of 106 per cent since I started running it compared with 28.5 per cent from the FTSE All-Share Index over the same period, including a stunning 42.4 per cent over the last 12 months. This year, four shares meet all the screens test and a further eight stocks meet slightly loosened criteria

More shares news

  1. Quixant slow to cede control

    By Theron Mohamed , 16 April 2014

    To improve liquidity, Quixant's directors sold a large chunk of their holdings this week - but just eight individuals still own over half the company

  2. Nationwide Accident turns a corner

    By Kirsty Green , 16 April 2014

    RESULTS: Nationwide Accident was tight lipped on Quindell's recent stake-building but with that buying support, an attractive valuation and earnings upside, the shares look attractive

  3. High-speed trading won't flash by

    By Theron Mohamed , 16 April 2014

    Lawsuits, regulation and a book release have put high-speed trading back in the headlines

  4. 888 numbers prove the race is on

    By Harriet Russell , 16 April 2014

    The gambling sector finds itself in a race against time, as companies fight to produce the strongest numbers ahead of the Point of Consumption tax later this year.

  5. News & tips: Telford Homes, Imperial Tobacco, Tesco

    By Mark Robinson , 16 April 2014

    Better than expected Q1 figures from China point to a softer landing than some might have feared.

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