Diesel cars have come a long way and electric vehicles show promise. But James Lewisohn is sticking with petrol cars – at least for now.
Oliver Butt explains why a new retail bond from Burford Capital is an attractive opportunity.
Professional investor Paul Mumford look for shares that offer solid long-term growth potential, which look undervalued. Here, he picks three such contrarian stocks to buy now.
When it comes to investing in equities, the fund manager’s style matters, says David C Stevenson.
Investing in companies that qualify for business property relief can reduce costs when your estate is passed on. Richard Beddard selects seven of the best.
Passive investing giant Vanguard has launched its UK investment platform – you can now buy their funds direct. John Stepek explains how that affects you – and the asset management industry.
The Dax, which tracks the performance of Germany’s 30 largest companies, keeps hitting all-time highs. But can it keep this up?
The impeachment of US president Donald Trump “would blow a hole in the stockmarket”, claims Jack Welch, former chief executive of General Electric.
Last week, the market’s tranquillity was finally shattered by a “bombshell” report on Trump that sent the Vix – the main measure of US market volatility – up the most since before the US election
Last week, India’s stockmarket capitalisation crossed $2trn for the first time, making it the ninth-largest equity market in the world.
The carmaker’s shares have struggled and CEO Mark Fields has paid the price. Will that cheer investors up? Ben Judge reports
Hopes that the political situation in Brazil were set to improve following the impeachment of former president Dilma Rousseff were dealt a major blow after her successor, Michel Temer, faced allegations of corruption and obstruction of justice
Cybersecurity firm Sophos is up by 80% in the last year, while tool-hire firm HSS Hire has slumped.
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Buying shares at today’s valuations is quite a vote of confidence in Donald Trump, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The Federal Reserve says it will raise interest rates again soon. That will weaken the dollar. And if there’s one thing markets love, says John Stepek, it’s a weak dollar.