Britain’s retailers had a bumper Christmas, but investors should remain cautious, says Ben Judge.
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Asset-backed lending is a relatively new product in the peer-to-peer lending marketplace. Ben Judge explains how it works.
This week in MoneyWeek magazine: make money from pampered pets, how to find growth at a good price, and five ways to invest in infrastructure.
Soaring Ferrexpo is a Ukrainian iron-ore producer, while struggling Fairpoint provides financial and legal services to consumers.
The government has sold more of its shares in Lloyds. Did the taxpayer make a profit? Ben Judge reports.
Professional investor Didier Saint-Georges picks three stocks that should prosper as Donald Trump takes over the US presidency.
This week in MoneyWeek: what 2017 holds for investors; how the newspapers’ tips did last year and what they’re tipping for this; and how to get your finances in shape.
It’s been the usual mixed bag for the financial media’s annual share-tip portfolios. Ben Judge looks at how they got on last year.
High-flying Filtronic makes microwave electronic components, while Revolymer makes polymers used in consumer goods.
The brewer has brought relief to Punch’s “long-suffering” investors, but competition concerns remain, says Ben Judge.