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Beyond Brexit

May's plan to stock up the UK economy

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How to keep this bull run going

Despite there being so many global problems, don’t discount this stockmarket rally becoming the longest ever, says Matthew Lynn.

Dividends get Brexit boost

Thanks to sterling’s post-referendum slump, dividends paid in dollars or euros will be worth more to British investors.

Turkey: a no-fly zone for investors

Turkey’s equity market and the Turkish lira, which had fallen sharply in the wake of the country’s failed coup, have recovered some of their lost ground. But the gains may not last: there is still a great deal to worry about.

Three shares going cheap to snap up now

Now’s the time to snap up some stockmarket bargains. Professional investor Bettina Edmonston tips three.

Frozen funds start to thaw

Following the post-EU-referendum panic, the commercial property market seems to be stabilising.

It pays to back the star fund managers

When it comes to buying an actively managed funds, Sarah Moore explains why it pays to look for star quality.

The depressing truth about making money in today’s markets

Want to make money in the markets? You could do it the hard way. Or you could find a market that’s been warped by central banks’ endless streams of cash.

A round-up of share tips from the financial press

The stocks and shares the British press is tipping – and recommending you avoid – this week.

US stocks: the “least dirty shirt” on the line

America’s S&P 500 index, which sets the tone for world markets, has risen to a record high above 2,160.

Troubled challenger banks: worth a punt?

Challenger banks have seen their shares plummet since Britain’s vote to leave the EU. Is now the time to buy in, asks Sarah Moore.

You can rely on Swiss watches

The Swiss watch industry is once again under threat from competitors, but Swatch will survive and thrive, says Alex Williams.

Chart of the week: electric cars move into the fast lane

Almost 50,000 electric and hybrid cars were sold in the UK in the first six months of 2016, with one in every 30 cars now electric or hybrid. At this rate, sales will eclipse those of petrol and diesel cars by 2027.

Markets: FTSE 100 slips back

The FTSE 100 slipped back yesterday, falling 0.4% to close at 6,699.

Where will Theresa May lead Britain?

Certainly out of the European Union, she has promised. But what else has our new prime minster got up her sleeve? John Stepek reports.

Markets: financial stocks drive FTSE 100 higher

The FTSE 100 carried on rising yesterday, adding a further 0.5% to close at 6,728.

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