News and events


18 February, 2015

Shares Magazine - "The job of an investor is as much about avoiding disasters as it is about picking winners.’ Penned in 2008 by star fund manager Anthony Bolton, those words remain a mantra of many of today’s most respected stock-pickers. Bolton’s argument, in ...  Read more

12 February, 2015

Company Watch, specialists in tracking and predicting corporate financial health worldwide, has appointed Ewan Mitchell as Head of Analytics.

In his new role, Ewan is responsible for leading the development of Company Watch’s financial and market data mathematical modelling.   Read the full release

5 February, 2015

That big new customer you hooked last year has just gone belly-up owing a king's ransom. Should you have seen it coming? Read more.

28 January, 2015

Company Watch launches new service for Belgium. Read more.

20 January, 2015

Following its recent research into quoted UK supermarket companies, almost all of which are suffering under the challenge of the discounters Aldi and Lidl, Company Watch, the corporate financial health monitoring specialists, has looked at the strength of stock market-listed General Retailers to assess their financial strength. Read the full release.

20 January, 2015

On Thursday, Dave Lewis, the new CEO of Tesco, will be announcing his strategy for turning round the struggling supermarket giant. Read more.

28 December, 2014

With a barrel of Brent Crude plummeting towards its lowest price in six years, corporate health monitors Company Watch has examined its potential impact on the finances of the UK’s oil and gas exploration and production companies. Read more.

19 December, 2014

New research from Company Watch, the corporate financial health monitoring specialists, has found that there are now 239,800 UK ‘zombie’ companies, an increase of 5.5% since October 2013. Read more.

13 November, 2014

Company Watch's analysis of the financial health and performance of plant hire firms in the UK. With the best profit margins in the construction industry, read the article here. To read the full report go to page 26 in the November edition of The Construction Index magazine.

11 November, 2014

The supermarket sector has been in the doldrums of late, with established UK retailers such as Tesco, Sainsbury and Morrisons losing market share to the discount retailers Aldi and Lidl. This, and other connected issues, has sent their share prices south.

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