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This Week in MoneyWeek magazine: what you can earn from history’s best investors; five high-quality emerging-market funds; and a new way to buy into big-name bonds.
Home ownership has fallen sharply as house prices have spiralled out of control. The reason behind it is clear, says John Stepek. And there’s only one way to fix it.
There are many ways of buying in to the bitcoin boom. Dominic Frisby looks at the most common, and explains exactly how to buy bitcoins in the UK.
John Stepek explains just how much damage has been done to the economy by keeping interest rates at virtually zero percent.
Interest rates have remained at “emergency levels” since the financial crisis of 2008, despite solid economic growth around the world. John Stepek explains what’s really going on.
In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: the next emerging-market meltdown will begin in Turkey, Britain’s new-car market could be heading for trouble, and don’t get ripped off by high fund fees.
Serial defaulter Argentina has issued a 100-year bond. Investors beware, says John Stepek. It’s the sort of thing you can only get away with at the top of the market.
The oil price has fallen to around $45 a barrel. John Stepek examines the reasons behind the oil bear market, and asks how much further prices are likely to fall.
For many years, gold performed outstandingly, rising up to 20% a year. But the tide turned. Now the price is meandering frustratingly. Dominic Frisby asks where it will go next.
Qatar, one of the world’s richest nations and one of its biggest energy producers, is embroiled in a diplomatic spat with its neighbours. Here’s how it might affect you.
Amazon’s takeover of US grocery chain Whole Foods marks a change in direction from “disruption” to direct competition, says John Stepek. Here’s what it means for you.
This week in MoneyWeek magazine we take a look at the aftermath of the election – what it means for the country, for Brexit, and, most importantly, for your money.
The Bank of England came close to raising interest rates yesterday. And, while many people think there’s little chance of it actually happening, it could be closer than you think.
The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates again yesterday. But the markets seem to be concerned that things are moving too fast. John Stepek looks at what’s got them worried.
After last week’s election, the pound fell against the euro and the dollar. But not by as much as many expected. Dominic Frisby looks at where it might go next.
Tech stocks have sold off sharply in the last few days. John Stepek asks if this is a healthy correction of an overpriced sector, or the start of something bigger.
A strong government’s desire to tinker often results in ambitious legislation that doesn’t help anyone. On that basis, a hung parliament isn’t necessarily a bad thing, says John Stepek.
In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: how to invest in Latin America’s tourist boom; election fever; and Trump’s bad call.
Theresa May’s snap election gamble has backfired spectacularly, and Britain now faces a whole lot of uncertainty. John Stepek looks at what the election result means for your money.
Markets clearly expect a comfortable Tory victory in the election. But you never know. John Stepek looks at different possible outcomes, and what they would mean for the pound.