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Bond King Jeffrey Gundlach is bullish on gold

The ‘new bond king’, Jeffrey Gundlach, believes gold has fallen as far as it can go.

Nigeria takes pole position

South Africa has been knocked off the top spot as Africa’s largest economy.

Could China’s credit slowdown lead to a crash?

China’s growth has slowed by less than feared. But that was about it for the good news.

Biotech slump is buying opportunity

Biotechnology stocks have fallen into a bear market, leaving plenty of bargain buys on the table.

Greece returns to market

Greece’s bond sale was heavily oversubscribed. Is this the end of the eurozone crisis?

Don’t write Tesco off just yet

Tesco may be in trouble, but the supermarket giant is well-placed to stage a comeback.

Is the earnings squeeze over?

The rate of inflation has now fallen below the annual growth in average wages.


Shale gas 'fracking' promises to transform Britain's energy market. Find out what it is, what it means, and how to invest.

Risers & fallers


Invest in the rise of alternative finance

Peer-to-peer lending firms are increasingly disrupting traditional banking. John Stepek looks at how to profit from this alternative finance revolution.



How to invest in British fracking

David Stevenson takes an investor's view of fracking and shows you the real story behind this monumental opportunity, in a thought-provoking new video - Capital at risk


MONEYWEEK TRADER

How to trade in the Wild West of the markets

Gold price spread betting chart

Markets don’t come much wilder than gold. John C Burford shows how to handle the swings in direction using his tramline trading methods.


THE NEW WORLD

Will deregulation lead to the next Asian trade boom?

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China and Hong Kong have always been poles apart when it came to investing. Lars Henriksson explains how that could all be about to change.


Book reviews

What's on our bookshelf

The bottom line

$4.25

The price of a cupcake dispensed from a gourmet cupcake vending machine that opened for business in Manhattan's Upper East Side.

Britain's looming disaster


Britain is facing financial disaster in a crisis infinitely more dangerous than the financial crash of 2008. No matter how much wealth you have or how it’s invested, if any of it is in the UK, this report is essential reading.

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