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What You Were Buying Last Week: Unilever

The stock market dip makes Unilever a bit more affordable.


Gulf Keystone Petroleum Records Higher Than Expected Loss

But Gulf Keystone Petroleum says it's now well positioned to realize its full potential


What You Were Buying Last Week: BHP Billiton

Investors look to dig value out of BHP Billiton's falling share price.


What You Were Selling Last Week: Royal Bank of Scotland

Uncertainties surrounding Royal Bank of Scotland see investors sell their shares in the bank.


What You Were Buying Last Week: Barclays

Buyers bag Barclays as the best of the big banks.

What You Were Buying Last Week: Vodafone Group

Telecoms giant Vodafone Group takes the No. 3 spot in the Top Ten Buys list.


What You Were Selling Last Week: Lloyds Banking

Investors sell Lloyds Banking Group as its share price hits government sell-off point.


What You Were Selling Last Week: British American Tobacco

Investors sell British American Tobacco as its core markets decline.


What You Were Buying Last Week: National Grid

Buying on weakness puts National Grid in the top spot in the latest buys chart.


What You Were Selling Last Week: Marks & Spencer

Investors sell Marks & Spencer following disappointing results.

What You Were Buying Last Week: SSE

Increased profits and a dividend hike from SSE prompts buyers.


Tate & Lyle Reports Sales and Profit Growth

Tate & Lyle expects to deliver another year of profitable growth.


Quindell Portfolio Announces Major Contract With Honda

A three- year deal with the carmaker boosts Quindell Portfolio.


What You Were Buying Last Week: FirstGroup

Investors see an opportunity in the plunging share price of FirstGroup.


Investec Reports a 21% Rise in Operating Profit

...and the improvement in equity markets bodes well for Investec.

Cable & Wireless Communications Reports a Milestone Year

Disposals aim to create a leaner, meaner Cable & Wireless Communications.


Paragon Group of Companies Reports "Significant Progress"

Profit rises 10% at specialist lender Paragon Group of Companies.


Homeserve Expects "Modest Growth" in 2014

Domestic-emergency company Homeserve makes "good progress" in international growth.


What You Were Buying Last Week: Quindell Portfolio

Some investors think they see an opportunity in the fallen price of Quindell Portfolio.


Aviva Delivers 18% Growth in New Business

But there's a great deal more to do at Aviva.