As the climate changes and the global population rises, the world is running out of fresh water. Matthew Partridge looks at the solutions to the problem, and how to invest.
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Meddling by the world’s central bankers has created a hideous, distorted version of the markets, says Dan Denning.
Chris Carter explores three idyllic French islands, from French Polynesia to the Mediterranean.
This week: properties with pools – from a restored Georgian mill house in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Kent to an exclusive villa in Barbados with views of the Caribbean
The stockmarket was pushed far out of line by the feds, says Bill Bonner. It is due a major reversal.
The Vix volatility index – the so-called ‘fear gauge’ – shot up in August. But, says Cris Sholto Heaton, it might not be as useful as many people think.
Are we to believe the soothing words from the pundits that all is right with the stockmarket again? Don’t be too sure, says John C Burford.