The Downing Strategic Micro-Cap Trust had a disappointing start. But it's finally looking like it's ready to achieve its potential.
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The collapse of WeWork's IPO suggests we're not quite at the top of the bull market in listed stocks. But it does tell us a lot about the recent “unicorn” frenzy, says John Stepek – the bubble in private companies is now bursting.
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Packaged bank accounts can be very convenient, but do your sums carefully to make sure you're getting your money's worth.
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Matthew Partridge looks at the bookies' odds on the UK leaving the EU with no deal.
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Tuesday's Money Minute looks at the latest snapshot of economic confidence in Germany and, from the US, the latest report on industrial production.
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The US Federal Reserve isn't expecting a recession. But the, it never does, says David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff. Even when one is just around the corner.
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Archie Norman is a retail grandee with a reputation for rescuing sinking ships. There were hopes he might do the same for Britain’s national high-street institution, but his old magic may be failing him.
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If you’re looking for a reliable source of income for your retirement, you might be better off with high-yielding resources stocks than with an annuity, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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The interest rates on peer-to-peer property investments may look appealing, but investors should tread carefully.
The post Peer closely – but carefully – at peer-to-peer property investments was first published on MoneyWeek.
Foreign direct investment is supposed to stimulate productivity and growth in other countries by transferring skills, technology and capital. But much of it isn’t doing that,
The post Chart of the week: the seed investments that fail to sprout was first published on MoneyWeek.
Alternative investments such as private equity or commodities are one of the oldest forms of investment, says professional investor Alex Barr. Here. he picks three ways to buy in.
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The oil price has spiked after drone strikes crippled some of Saudi Arabia’s vital oil production infrastructure. John Stepek looks at the effect on the global economy, and on the bond bubble in particular.
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No valuation measure can help you to time the market. But dividend yields are a good guide to future returns.
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In today's Money Minute, we look ahead to this week’s biggest financial stories, with monetary policy decisions coming from the UK, US and Japanese central banks.
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Some big names in tech have floundered since listing. That may be a buying opportunity, says Matthew Lynn.
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The US dollar has dominated global trade since World War II. But the world has changed and its claim on the throne is under threat.
The post The end of the reign of King Dollar was first published on MoneyWeek.
The “risk-off” move we saw over the past month or so has reversed. John Stepek looks at how that affects the charts that matter the most to the global economy.
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The valuations of WeWork, Peloton and little-known Australian unicorn iSignThis all point to the fact that the IPO bubble for so-called "tech" firms is bursting.
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The outlook for investors has rarely been more confusing. So that’s why, if you want to grow and protect your wealth, you need to attend MoneyWeek’s Wealth Summit in London, on 22 November.
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In this week's currency corner, Dominic Frisby looks at the Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar – two currencies heavily geared to natural resources.
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Yesterday was Mario Draghi’s last chance to leave a lasting impression on eurozone monetary policy. And that seems to be just what he’s done. John Stepek looks at how it affects the markets.
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Investors in emerging markets have been enjoying some long-awaited relief after a miserable few months.
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It finally seems to be dawning on investors that globalisation can no longer be taken for granted.
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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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2017 Cent Visages This is, by a long way, the sexiest wine I have tasted in a very long while, says Matthew Jukes.
The post Wine of the week: a bottle of vinous Viagra was first published on MoneyWeek.
Eight of the best houses with famous connections – from the former home of Jane Austen in Hampshire to a castle in East Lothian built from the remnants of Mary Queen of Scots’ favourite palace.
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The Leica D-Lux doesn’t come cheap, but this compact version is affordable and enjoyable, says Matthew Partridge.
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From a convivial estate in Surrey to a luxurious new hotel off the coast of Croatia, Chris Carter pics four holidays for wine lovers – and one for beer drinkers.
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American manufacturing is shrinking for the first time in three years. But what has spooked markets the most is the recent inversion in yield curves.
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Friday's Money Minute looks to a trading update from JD Wetherspoon, eurozone wage inflation, and US retail sales data.
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