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Libya versus Goldman Sachs

A clever bank meets an unsophisticated customer with a huge pile of cash. The customer and the cash part company. Did the bank do anything wrong? Simon Wilson investigates.

Too much money is pouring into tech funds

Big companies are pouring billions into tech funds. It would be better to pay that out as dividends and let shareholders invest it how they want, says Matthew Lynn.

Properties for £800,000 on the market

From a former mill house in Dunbar, East Lothian, to a top-floor apartment in a mansion block close to London’s Bishops Park.

What the art market tells us about stocks

The international art market has been in the doldrums. Could it be about to pick up, asks Chris Carter.

A debonair charmer of a wine

Aeon is a measured wine with equal parts brutish warrior and debonair charmer.

Bodyguard to the stars

Bodyguard Mark Billingham isn’t fazed by celebrity.

Audi S8 Plus: the best of the big barges

Put yourself in the big, quilted leather seats of the Audi S8 Plus, and unwind with the built-in massage feature.

Maha Vajiralongkorn: ruthless playboy takes the Thai throne

Thailand faces an uncertain future with Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn heading for the throne.

Skiing off the beaten track

Chris Carter looks at three of the more unusual places to take your annual skiing holiday this year.

Reassuringly boring stocks to tuck away

Boring can be better when it comes to stock picking. Professional investor Nitin Bajaj tips three such stocks to buy now.

Money makers: An empire built on chocolate

Leaving behind their chocolate empire was never an option for Hotel Chocolat founders Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris.

How public-sector workers can boost their pensions

Hundreds of thousands of public-sector workers have a five-year window to make additional national insurance contributions.

Expect the state to keep you working longer

For anyone born after 1961, all bets are now off when it comes to state pensions, says David Prosser.

Coming back to the UK? Tread carefully around tax

Anyone planning a return to the UK should think carefully about their tax position, says David Prosser.

Is it time to switch current accounts?

Interests rates on high-paying current accounts are coming under pressure. Sarah Moore looks at the options for savers.

Heavy lifting still to do for robo-advisers

Nutmeg, the online investment manager (or “robo-adviser”), has tripled its turnover since 2014, but it is yet to turn a profit. Sarah Moore reports.

Should Pokémon fiat money get its gold standard?

Virtual currencies in Japan may be about to enter the real world, says Chris Carter.

Can you trust the trustees?

Many members of collective schemes put their faith in fund managers, watched over by trustees. But is that wise, asks Max King.

Could Saudi Arabia’s massive debt issue mark the top for the bond market?

Saudi Arabia’s record-breaking bond sale was the biggest-ever issue of emerging-market debt. We could just have seen the top of the bond market, says John Stepek.

How Donald Trump could destroy the euro

This week in MoneyWeek magazine: Donald Trump’s legacy could mean the death of the euro; you can’t trust your pension fund trustees; and the insane money pouring into tech funds.

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