recovery stock

recovery stock

n
(Stock Exchange) stock exchange a security that has fallen in price but is believed to have the ability to recover
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And George Brunton of Vartan & Son also sticks to the retail theme, going for JJB, saying: "A recovery stock after raising pounds 30 million and new chairman turnaround specialist Mike McTighe formerly of Cable & Wireless.
The Singer note tips the company as a possible recovery stock with potential for future growth, particularly in Liverpool.
Directors are now working to return the business to profit and new research by stockbroker Singer Capital Markets tips the company as a possible recovery stock with potential for future growth, particularly in Liverpool.
Before shareholders can think of Woolworths as a recovery stock, its underperformance must be halted.
Fame comes with a price and he now finds it much more difficult to sneak into a recovery stock near to the bottom.
For an investor with the money to take a gamble, now may just be the time to jump on a potential recovery stock.
Garton is hardly to be described as a recovery stock.
The shares are a potential recovery stock, but would-be investors are advised to tread warily for a while yet.
Hopes that High Street retailer Marks & Spencer was the ideal recovery stock - after its well-documented slide in profits took its price down - saw the High Street company topping two of Schwab's three sell tables.
in the basement, build a gym and sauna including facilities will be reconstructed boiler and recovery stocks.
Gold has had a good run of late so there is an option of taking some profits and increasing allocations in cyclical recovery stocks that may benefit from Chinese and EM nations' infrastructure spending responses to slower growth.
There is provision for dealing with them, but we have, as a result of these negotiations, limited the impact of the requirement to report fishing activity to recovery stocks.