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Online brokers' recommended funds are not all they're cracked up to be

You’d think the fund lists recommended by the better-known online brokers would stand out in some way, says Sarah Moore. But you’d be wrong.

Three Chinese growth stocks to buy

There are good, long-term, defensive opportunities in China, says professional investor Sandra Crowl. Here, are three to tuck away in your portfolio.

Volkswagen: what went wrong?

Volkswagen has been rocked by revelations that it cheated in its US emissions tests. Matthew Partridge looks at what went wrong at the German car maker.

Is there life on Mars? Maybe not – but there’s money in space

With news of running water on Mars, people are excited about space exploration again. That’s good for the global space industry – and for those who invest in it.

Markets: resource stocks lift FTSE 100

The FTSE 100 climbed higher yesterday, adding a further 0.2% to close at 6,072.

Japanese stocks will bounce back

While Japanese stocks have had a summer they’ll want to forget, don’t write off the recovery just yet.

A tailwind for US stocks is fading

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

Stocks will slip up on cheap oil

Stockmarkets have come under pressure from the low price of oil, and there’s no let up in sight.

Chart of the week: VW scandal boosts palladium

Palladium has just had its best week in four years thanks to the bad press over diesel engines.

Lumbering corporate dinosaurs face mass extinction

Andrew McNally explains why so many big companies are doomed to extinction – and John Stepek reveals the four safeguards against corporate scandals.

A week of alarming lurches in stocks

The FTSE All-World index, which tracks both emerging and developed stockmarkets, has slid to a two-year low.

Glencore: in a deep hole

Glencore’s heavy debt load and the low price of metals have sent investors in the commodities trader running for the door.

Shell frozen out of the Arctic

Royal Dutch Shell has given up on the Arctic after its first well in the region’s Chukchi Sea turned out to be a dud.

What Glencore and buy-to-let landlords have in common

Glencore got carried away by the allure of debt – and found itself in a whole pile of trouble. It’s a warning buy-to-let landlords would do well to heed.

Does 1 October mark the beginning of the end for the debt bubble?

According to one uncannily accurate financial forecaster, today marks “peak government” and the bursting of the sovereign debt bubble. Dominic Frisby looks at what it means for your money.

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