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The revolt against executive pay

Once again, shareholders are up in arms about the soaring pay of underperforming bosses. Might they force change this time? Simon Wilson reports.

The Butlin’s for toffs and trendies

Farm fun with cocktails and saunas – and without the mud and smelly livestock.

Prince: infectious funk of a musical genius

Flamboyant on stage, obsessively private off it, Prince defied genres and studios with his breath-taking musical talent.

Mervyn King on Brexit – will it be In or Out?

Should we stay or should we go? Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King gives his take in the first of a two-part interview with Merryn Somerset Webb.

Charlie Morris interview: gold's best first quarter in three decades

In this video, Dan Denning speaks to Charlie Morris, investment director of the Fleet Street Letter and director of Atlas Pulse, about gold. Dan and Charlie cover the financial flows into gold, plus speculative flows and what that means for the price in the second quarter. They also discuss gold in an environment of negative […]

Are you invested in the wrong pension fund?

Despite the shake-up of the pensions rules, the benefits of being invested in a so-called lifestyle fund are less clear, says Natalie Stanton.

Shake off your apathy

Once-apathetic British bank customers are now jilting their current account providers at record rates, says Jessica Higgs.

Feeling brave? Then head to the frontier

Investing in frontier stocks is of course risky, says Sarah Moore. But these two markets could hold rewards for the brave.

A rocky ride in emerging markets

Emerging-market stocks represent decent long-term value. But as David C Stevenson explains, it’s time to tread carefully.

Loosening the green belt

Greenbelt land has come under increased pressure from the demand to build more houses. Natalie Stanton reports.

Gamble of the week: beaten-up smoke alarms maker

This maker of smoke and carbon monoxide alarms is a speculative punt, says Alex Williams. But its also looks excessively cheap.

Cold spring deals death on the high street

Shop chains Austin Reed and BHS entered administration this week, says Alex Williams. The high street comes under mounting pressure from online rivals.

Herbie on the naughty step

The furore over the emissions scandal could hardly have come at a better time for electric and driverless-car makers, says Alex Williams.

Jeffrey Gundlach: Brexit won't happen

Top bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach isn’t “wasting his money” hedging against Brexit.

Small really is beautiful

Put simply, smaller companies tend to produce bigger returns over time. Matthew Partridge looks at the best ways to invest.

Chart of the week: orange juice goes out of fashion

Production is set to fall by a quarter and inventories are at a six-year low. That sounds like a recipe for higher prices for orange juice. But demand is declining.

Why the US Federal Reserve is winning the battle of the central banks

Central banks are desperately trying to control the markets – and some are finding it difficult. But not the US Federal Reserve. John Stepek explains why the Fed has the easiest job in central banking.

This week in MoneyWeek: Buy Brazil – it’s messy, but it’s cheap

This week’s MoneyWeek magazine contains a comprehensive look at emerging markets, some sound advice on buying small cap stocks, and an interview with Mervyn King.

British profit warnings at post-crisis high

A headwind for British equities may be gathering strength: corporate profit warnings have reached their highest level since the financial crisis.

Pakistan’s impressive progress

After years of upheaval, Pakistan is making impressive progress, and appears to offer plenty of potential for investors.

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