Sunday, 25th January 2015

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Sunday share tips: PZ Cussons, Finsbury Food Group

Sun 25th Jan 15, 18:29:44

Sell shares of PZ Cussons, Danny Fortson recommended in the Sunday Times. The maker of Imperial Leather soap has been hit by economic problems in Nigeria, its biggest market, and pressure applied to suppliers by the UK supermarkets. Cussons' Chief Executive Alex Kanellis will struggle to meet forecasts for this year, the Inside the City columnist said. Cheaper oil will mean more money in most of the world's consumers' pockets but Cussons will face further problems in Nigeria, which is also grappling with an insurgency. Cussons has steered itself admirably but more pain is in store.

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