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Richard Buxton: don't get carried away

Markets seem to be getting back to normal. But investors shouldn’t get too excited, fund manger Richard Buxton warns.

Why drones will deliver a boom for warehouses

The first Amazon deliveries by drone have already taken to the air. Technology will give a boost to ecommerce, but investors should buy the infrastructure instead, says Sarah Moore.

The retreat of globalisation

Brexit and the calls for another Scottish independence vote are the signs of globalisation in retreat, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Investors need to take note.

What you can learn from Hugh Hendry's latest bets on the eurozone

Successful hedge fund manager Hugh Hendry is taking out insurance against Marine Le Pen winning the French presidential election. John Stepek explains why, and what it tells us.

How Brexit could help fix Britain’s broken food policy

Brexit could give us the chance to make changes that could cut food prices while simultaneously creating new jobs, says Matthew Partridge.

Will we see a repeat of 2008? Yes – but not in the UK

With the world swimming in debt, there is certain to be a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis – but not in the UK. John Stepek explains why.

The decline of the investment analyst

Brokers used to employ an army of analysts to read the company reports for you. A row over who will pay for them may put an end to that.

The easy solution to short-termism

Modern capitalism is constantly criticised for its short-termism, with investors obsessed with quarterly results. But there’s an easy solution to that, says Matthew Lynn.

The great bond market massacre of 2017

It’s all over for bonds. From here on in, we’re on an upwards trend towards inflation, says John Stepek.

Hammond's boring Budget speech promises very little

The vote to leave the EU gave the chancellor a very good excuse to do very little in what he promises was his last spring Budget.

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