Dr Clive Black is head of research at Shore Capital Stockbrokers.
Stories by this contributor.
A land of milk and no money Subscription
18 Aug 2012
Tempers have been flaring across pastoral Britain as farmers, far from a radical bunch in the main…
Aldi: why is it doing so well? Subscription
29 Sep 2013
Aldi has been trading in the UK for nearly 20 years. In the last three or four it has delivered phenomenal sales growth…
An idle Adjudicator must go Subscription
26 May 2012
Given the structural issues facing the British economy, it is surprising that the government sees fit to prioritise a Grocery Adjudicator Bill in the Queen’s Speech.
An uplifting harvest Subscription
01 Sep 2013
How different this green and pleasant land is in 2013 compared with last year, with its perpetual deluges…
Brand Match vs Price Promise Subscription
23 Nov 2013
Sainsbury’s has taken considerable umbrage at the decision by the ASA to ignore its complaints surrounding Tesco’s Price P…
Bratislavans want bargains, too Subscription
09 Jul 2011
That’s why Tesco is shipping from the UK rather than paying Continental prices, says Dr Clive Black
Can Britain remain a nation of shopkeepers? Subscription
16 Feb 2013
Is Britain still a nation of shopkeepers? For the third year in a row, we have seen a plethora of shop closures…
Can we expect a little quiet on the farming front? Subscription
13 Apr 2013
Could 2013 be a ‘quieter’ one for all those involved in and depending on the output of arable farming?…
Dancing around the handbags Subscription
29 Oct 2011
The Big Price Drop initiative is not radical enough to herald a price war, says Dr Clive Black
Developments may leave investors worse off Subscription
28 Apr 2012
The UK supermarket industry has entered a phase of development where existing stores are the battlefield.