The US stockmarket has already priced in Donald Trump’s fiscal stimulus plans. But he’s going to have trouble delivering, says John Stepek. And that could send stocks tumbling.
More than 1,000 hedge funds shut down last year – the most since the financial crisis. There are now fewer funds around than at any time since 2013. What’s going on?
There’s no sense in handing 1%-2% plus fees to fund managers when a cheap tracker gets results, says Stephen Connolly.
Many homebuyers come to regret their purchases. But if they were mis-sold, is there anything they can do about it? Emma Lunn explains.
Unilever could soon dispose of some of its best-known brands in a bid to appease shareholders. But should it listen to them?
This is an interesting time for the US healthcare industry, says professional investor Paul Major, which offers a great opportunity for long-term investors.
Max King looks at one fund allowing investors to put their money in cutting-edge medical research.
The former Barclays boss is buying a small London stockbroker. Will it restore his reputation? Ben Judge reports.
Investors who fled Europe last year may wish they had stuck around, says Andrew Van Sickle.
Bango creates technology that enables payments to be made via mobile phones. while Vernalis develops drugs.
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Natural gas prices have slipped by a quarter in weeks after one of the warmest winters on record, which has dented demand in the short-term.
Some investors seem to have forgotten that stock markets can fall, says Merryn Somerset Webb. They’ve just had a reminder.
British universities are teaming up with venture capitalists to create world-beating firms. Back the winners before they leave the lab to make big gains, says Matthew Partridge.
The pound has gone as low against the dollar as it’s going to, says Dominic Frisby. We’re at a start of a new, multi-year bull market in sterling.
Driven by record amounts of money pouring in to exchange-traded funds, markets are starting to feel a little overheated, says John Stepek. Are we nearing the top?