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About imi

IMI is an international engineering company, which operates primarily in the fluid controls and retail dispense areas. Fluid controls covers pneumatics, severe service valves and indoor climate products and services, while retail dispense includes beverage dispense and merchandising systems.

IMI (LSE: IMI)
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Top British stocks for August

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The IMI share price rocketed over 10% higher today. Could it explode further?

After a positive trading update, the IMI share price has shot higher today. Jonathan Smith takes a look at the…

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These two companies have reinstated their suspended dividends in full and I reckon that makes them among the best shares…

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Here’s how I’d invest £10,000 right now

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3 quality FTSE 250 stocks I’d snap up right now

I reckon all three of these businesses are improving and the valuations remain modest.  

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