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Is the ETF boom over?

Exchange-traded funds have become increasingly popular, says Sarah Moore. But recent figures question whether that growth is coming to an end.

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the UK’s financial press.

Hedge funds head for the final frontier

Hedge funds are turning to tiny satellites in a desperate bid to gain a competitive advantage. Chris Carter reports.

zero-coupon perpetual bonds: this April Fool is no joke

When the US Treasury considered zero-coupon perpetual bonds years ago, it was greeted as a joke. Not now, says Edward Chancellor.

BHP Billiton doubles down on its mining strategy

As commodities prices rise, the giant miner is ramping up production. Is that the right strategy, asks Alex Williams.

Chart of the week: the cashew crunch

Nut lovers beware. We are facing a cashew supply crunch. Unusually hot and dry weather, a result of the El Niño phenomenon, has reduced crops in Vietnam and west Africa.

Vietnam hits the sweet spot

Amid all the excited talk about India and China, Vietnam is often overlooked. Yet it stands out for its past success and future promise.

Gold back in the ascendant

Gold has jumped by almost 30% since early January, and is back to two-year highs around $1,350 an ounce.

How to profit from Britain's tourism boom

Our tourism industry has been and remains badly neglected by the government – but the fall in the pound means that it will boom regardless, says Jonathan Compton.

Battle of the British stocks

Dan Denning looks at two big British companies, and explains how just one number can tell you which is the better investment for your portfolio.

FTSE in “critical technical zone”

Things are getting complicated for UK stocks, says Dan Denning. And if you thought your retirement prospects were bad, spare a thought for the millennials.

If only you’d invested in: Burford Capital

Brexit is expected to be good for business, with Burford Capital saying there is “likely to be more litigation” as a result.

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the UK’s financial press.

Three stocks that should put in a strong performance

Professional investor Paul Stappard makes the cases for three companies that are positioned to thrive, and, more importantly, make profitable investments in any environment.

Brexit rattles London commercial property

UK commercial-property values fell by 3.3% in July, in one of the earliest indications of a post-Brexit slowdown in the sector.

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