Equity prospects

Tesco needs little introduction - it’s one of the UK’s top retailers in groceries and merchandise and has a market capitalisation of £20bn.

MarketAxess is where most corporate bonds get traded, particularly American ones and in the smaller deal size (below $5 million).

The London Stock Exchange Group, an exchange where shares and bonds are traded, also incorporates a range of clearing and settlement business as well as price information and index sales.

Segro is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that specialises in owning and developing warehouses, data centres and logistics sites in the UK, focussing on ‘edge-of-town’ spaces.

Edwards Lifesciences’ roots date to 1958, when Miles Edwards set out to build the first artificial heart.

We have all heard of eBay and PayPal. eBay used to own PayPal before spinning it off as its own entity in 2015.

Pearson supplies courseware to students globally.

Coloplast’s products are not quite dinner party conversation, as they help us when our plumbing stops working properly.

Previously a sprawling healthcare conglomerate, Cooper Companies has now found its focus within the speciality contact lens and women’s healthcare markets.

Ferrari is an ultra-luxury car manufacturer with an iconic brand packed full of racing pedigree.

CRH is a leading global manufacturer and distributor of construction materials.

The weather is getting nicer and although we can’t enjoy pub gardens (yet), I am still craving a good G&T.

There is not a more formidable e-commerce business than Amazon.

Tobacco companies have historically shown themselves capable of withstanding everything regulators have thrown at them.