Investment funds designed to profit from the solar energy have done well, but now look expensive, says Max King.
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Not so long ago, investors were despondent, diving headfirst into “safe haven” bonds. Now, however, markets have perked up. John Stepek explains what’s going on.
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Matthew Partridge takes a look at the odds on two seats up for grabs in the next general election.
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In today’s Money Minute, we look ahead to the latest news on the state of the UK’s public finances, and it’s a busy day for big company updates.
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Steve Schwarzman has had an illustrious career in finance, while his friendship with Donald Trump has made him a pivotal figure in the US-China trade war. Yet he remains a relative unknown. Jane Lewis reports.
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Last week’s excitement over a Brexit deal getting done proved to be premature. John Stepek looks at where we are now, and what it means for your money.
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Bill Gross – the billionaire co-founder of giant asset manager Pimco, is worried about the effect long-term low interest rates are having on the markets.
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World trade is struggling to recover from the massive recession caused by the financial crisis.
The post Chart of the week: world trade growth has stalled was first published on MoneyWeek.
Professional investor Nicholas Weindling picks three Japanese stocks that should benefit from structural trends that promise long-term sources of return.
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Brexit aside, this week we get an interest-rate decision from the ECB, and it's busy week for UK corporate news.
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The authorities in Scotland are undermining the economy’s appeal. They had better watch out, says Matthew Lynn.
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Big names such as De Beers are grappling with a cyclical downturn – and a long-term challenge from artificial diamonds. It could change the market beyond recognition. Simon Wilson reports.
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As the first stage of the Brexit denouement draws closer John Stepek loks at how the week's events have affected the charts that matter the most to the global economy.
The post The charts that matter: Woodford, trade talks and Brexit hopes was first published on MoneyWeek.
The small size of the region’s markets means that Eastern European stocks are often overlooked in favour of bigger Asian growth stories. Yet there is plenty of promise closer to home as well.
The post Eastern European stocks are a bargain was first published on MoneyWeek.
In today's Currency Corner, Dominic Frisby looks at what Boris Johnson's potential Brexit deal with the EU could mean for sterling.
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US stocks have eclipsed other markets over the past decade and continued to outperform this year. But that outperformance looks set to end.
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Whatever wild turn the Brexit drama takes next, the important thing to remember is that UK stocks are trading at bargain-basement prices.
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So we have a Brexit deal that both the EU and the government are happy with. It just needs to get past Parliament. John Stepek explains what’s likely to happen next, and what it all means for your money.
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Modern art is undergoing a revamp after “seismic shifts” that have stretched the boundaries of the movement to its limits.
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MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
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The Renault Megane RS 300 Trophy isn’t just a car. It is an aero-engineered sensory experience.
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Avoid the crowds and brush up on your skiing at these four resorts. Nicole Garcia Merida reports
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From a penthouse in Wapping with a landscaped roof terrace, to an 18th-century Scottish castle with walled garden, eight of the best properties with exceptional gardens.
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2018 G de Château Guiraud This wondrous dry wine triggered widespread adulation at one of Matthew Jukes' recent Bordeaux dinners.
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In this morning's Money Minute, the London Stock Exchange plus a few other UK companies issue trading updates, and it's a big day for corporate earnings in the US.
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After botching its flotation, WeWork is facing a potentially fatal cash crunch. Digging itself out of this hole won’t come cheap. Matthew Partridge reports.
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British cybersecurity company Sophos is a successful company with good prospects. So it’s no surprise that the American private-equity firm Thoma Bravo has offered £3.1bn for it.
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China and America have agreed to a “pretend” trade deal, with details are so thin that the Chinese preferred not to call it a “deal” at all. That didn’t stop the markets cheering.
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Intelligent artificial limbs, medical exoskeletons and devices that link artificial limbs directly with the brain may sound like science fiction, but they are getting closer. Which stocks will profit? Matthew Partridge reports.
The post Making great strides: invest in the future of prosthetic medicine was first published on MoneyWeek.
The Woodford debacle has made many people who are already nervous of the stockmarkets think that investing is not worth it. But most of us need to provide for our own financial future. And investing is the beast way to do that.
The post Sticking your head in the sand is not an option was first published on MoneyWeek.