John has been covering financial markets since before the FTSE 100 existed, starting out on the Industries and Commodities team at Dun & Bradstreet, before moving on to Datastream, where he was head of the news team for several years. After a succession of management roles at Thomson Reuters he returned to front-line journalism in 2006. Prior to joining Proactive Investors he was managing editor at Sharecast.
At a 6MW-rated capacity, MeyGen, located at an offshore site between Scotland’s northernmost coast and the island of Stroma, is the world's largest tidal stream array
EP 145 is near to several oil and gas producing fields and key infrastructure, including a gas pipeline connecting the gas fields to Alice Springs and Darwin
Energy XXI decided to go it alone after considering consolidation opportunities
Chesapeake expects to deliver production growth, adjusted for asset sales, of 1-5% on reduced capital expenditures
Itaconix aims to be a leader in functional ingredients that improve the performance and sustainability of its customer’s products.
The first tranche, of US$200mln, will be used to refinance ADES's existing loans
The company is committed to putting in place the necessary debt arrangements to bolster its already strong cash position following its flotation
Tlou is actively pursuing monetisation and grid connection options, including the sale of power into the Southern African Power Pool
Somero must be an expert at the Hokey-Cokey as it has been a case of "in-out, in-out" and now in again in terms of membership of the virtual portfolio that looks to identify small caps capable of growing dividends. Also making the cut is a kettle safety controls designer.
John Harrington runs a stock screen using the principles of investment guru Geraldine Weiss and finds a couple of stocks that look they might be cheap on an historical basis
A long overdue revisiting of the "Dividends don't lie" stock-picking formula highlights an unwise dalliance with a company whose dividends had stopped growing
A lot of academic research suggests a momentum investing strategy outperforms the market. John Harrington attempts to concoct a lazy person's momentum investing system.