Click here for The Motley Fool's resources on Coronavirus and the market.

Alan Oscroft

Alan Oscroft

TMFBoing

Recent articles

3 FTSE Shares Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

The key date approaches for Associated British Foods, WPP, and Debenhams.


3 FTSE 100 Shares Hitting New Highs

Reckitt Benckiser, ITV, and Aberdeen Asset Management are on the up.


Why Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Sports Direct International, and De La Rue Should Fall With the FTSE 100 Today

Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Sports Direct International, and De La Rue all slip.


Why Quindell Portfolio, Telford Homes, and Torotrak Should Beat the FTSE 100 Today

Quindell Portfolio, Telford Homes, and Torotrak all start the week well.


FTSE Shares That Soared and Plunged This Week

A look back at the week in London.

FTSE Shares That Soared and Plunged This Week

A look back at the week in London.


3 FTSE Shares Crashing to New Lows

EVRAZ, FirstGroup, and MITIE scrape the barrel.


Why AstraZeneca, Victrex, and A.G. Barr Should Beat the FTSE 100 Today

AstraZeneca, Victrex, and A.G. Barr all start the week well.


3 FTSE 100 Shares for the Week Ahead

We have results from Tate & Lyle and Severn Trent and an update from Kingfisher.


The FTSE's Worst Day of the Year!

But with Lloyds Banking, ARM Holdings, and United Utilities soaring, who cares?

3 FTSE 100 Dividends Lifted This Week

Dividends are raised at Vodafone, Burberry, and SSE.


Why United Utilities, Booker, and BTG Should Beat the FTSE 100 Today

United Utilities, Booker, and BTG all hold steady.


Why Lloyds Banking, Halfords, and Investec Should Lag the FTSE 100 Today

Lloyds Banking, Halfords, and Investec all fall.


3 FTSE Shares Going Ex-Dividend Next Week

Payment time for AMEC, Spectris, and Marston's is approaching.


3 FTSE 100 Shares Hitting New Highs

BP, Marks & Spencer, and easyJet are booming.

Why Lloyds Banking, Intermediate Capital, and Quindell Portfolio Should Beat the FTSE 100 Today

Lloyds Banking Group, Intermediate Capital, and Quindell Portfolio all rise on good news.


Why Marks & Spencer, Burberry, and Capita Should Beat the FTSE 100 Today

Marks & Spencer, Burberry, and Capita all climb.


FTSE Shares That Soared and Plunged This Week

A look back at the week in London.


3 More FTSE Shares for the Week Ahead

Full-year results from SABMiller, United Utilities, and Halfords are coming.


3 FTSE 100 Shares for the Week Ahead

It's full-year results time for Vodafone, Marks & Spencer, and Burberry.