Banking shares from Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds continue to defend their title as a top choice for TD Waterhouse share dealing customers.
Despite falling out of the top three sells briefly, Royal Bank of Scotland moved back into second place last week, flanked by shares in Barclays and Lloyds.
Vodafone enjoyed a brief stint in the top 10 TD Waterhouse share dealing charts the week before, but this last week it was trades in mining and oil that gave the banks a run for their money.
Commenting, Angus Rigby, chief executive officer at TD Waterhouse said: "The banks may have resumed their stronghold of the top three positions in this week's trading tables, but trades in oil and mining stocks have also proved popular after fresh attacks on a Nigerian pipeline caused a spike in US crude oil prices on Monday."
Other winners for TD Waterhouse customers in the last week have been house builder Taylor Wimpey after a sudden share price hike, Mr Rigby adds:
"This might suggest customers have been cashing in on its share price hike following the company's announcement last week that its order book has grown by almost 75 per cent since the start of the year."
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