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Hutch Vernon: Warren Buffett is a genius

Merryn Somerset Webb talks to Hutch Vernon, co-portfolio manager of the Flexible Equity Fund, Brown Advisory, about Warren Buffett, American equities and the death of cash.

The end of corporate tax havens?

Corporate tax havens are slowly heading for extinction after the EU officials ruled them unfair.

The global tax crackdown is another reason to avoid US stocks

Cash-strapped governments are under pressure to make big multinationals ‘pay their way’, says Matthew Partridge.

America’s profits dwindle

The strength of the dollar and the low oil price have begun to weigh on the earnings of American companies.

Chart of the week: jobs slump rules out Fed interest rate hike

A weak US jobs reports has pushed back an expected rise in American interest rates yet further back.

A tailwind for US stocks is fading

Stockmarkets can no longer count on the boost from share buybacks.

Most Fed meetings don’t matter – but this one signals danger for investors

Janet Yellen let the cat out of the bag at the last Federal Reserve meeting, says Tim Price. Central bankers have no idea what they’re doing.

Fed holds steady on interest rates – and rattles investors

The US Federal Reserve holding down interest rates came as no surprise. Its dovish tone, however, did.

Ray Dalio: Expect more QE

The founder of the world’s biggest hedge fund, Ray Dalio, sees another round of US money-printing on the cards.

How Bernie Sanders is bidding to be president of the United States

After decades beating the same socialist drum, Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders could cause problems for Hillary Clinton.

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