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What’s in your bathroom?

By, Emma Burroughs So, we’ve raided your kitchen cupboards and established what you could invest in as well as eat. We’ve taken you back to your student days and proven that even the ropiest of halls provided potential investment goldmines. Next up? Your bathroom. Now we all know that keeping clean and tidy is an expensive and …

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A little more about the features on our app!

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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3 Rules to follow if you’re looking for investment success

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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The companies behind the food you buy

During last week’s unseasonable bout of sunshine, a walk into your typical local supermarket for a quick glance around the shelves would have given you a little bit of insight into the state of the food economy. Barbeque favourites – from charcoal briquettes to cheese burgers – will have been piled high, however the relationship …

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Breaking down the jargon of business

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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Dabbl 101 – The nuts and bolts of buying shares

What happens when I buy a share? Each company has a limited number of shares in circulation at any one time. Many years ago, a physical share certificate would be issued to show the entitlement, but now most ownership records are held electronically. It is the responsibility of the company – ‘the issuer’ – to …

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Spotify – Behind the scene of the music empire’s IPO

Spotify, the music streaming service which emerged from Sweden almost a decade ago, will see its shares traded on the stock market for the first time this week. But what’s all the hype about and are there any guarantees this can be the next great internet success story? Spotify’s unconventional route to market – does …

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What the heck is a dividend?!

Last week, the supermarket giant Tesco announced that it would resume paying a dividend to shareholders. Markets welcomed the news, but just what is a dividend, why is it important and which companies are the best dividend payers out there? A successful company should be making enough money to pay its staff, invest in expansion, …

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5 ways fever-tree became a multi-million pound drinks business

This week, the media has reported that one of the co-founders of the high end tonic water maker Fever-Tree, Charles Rolls, has pocketed a whopping £73m after selling just part of his stake in the business, which was only listed on the stock market two and a half years ago. How did they do it? …

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Snap, crackle and popped?

Boeing – shares in the aircraft giant took a nose dive towards the end of yesterday’s trade as news broke that it was suspending test flights of its new 737 passenger jet. However, this could prove to be an over-reaction as the company is committed to making the first deliveries to customers this month. Its …

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