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Latest Money Morning articles


The “disruption” days are over – it’s time for some brutal, old-fashioned competition

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: what a hung parliament means for your investments

Theresa May car crash MoneyWeek magazine cover illustration

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.

There’s more chance of a UK interest rate rise than you think

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 tug of war between the Federal Reserve and the markets

US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen © Getty Images

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.

What’s next for the pound?

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.

Does the wobble in tech stocks mark the beginning of the end?

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.

Why political paralysis isn’t always a bad thing

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.

This week in MoneyWeek: Laughing all the way to Latin America

Latin America cover story illustration

In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: how to invest in Latin America’s tourist boom; election fever; and Trump’s bad call.

What May’s catastrophic gamble means for your money

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.

Here’s what will happen to the pound after the election

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.

How to cash in on the UK’s general election by the end of this week

The general election is unlikely to deliver the surprises of the EU referendum or the US presidential election. But you could still make money from it. Dominic Frisby explains how.

Are tech stocks the new Nifty Fifty?

The Nifty Fifty was a group of blue-chip stocks that investors thought would outperform the market, but didn’t. John Stepek asks if today’s tech stocks are the 21st-century version.

The UK housing market is definitely struggling – but will it tip over into a crash?

UK house prices have been falling for three months now. John Stepek explains why, and whether this is a healthy adjustment, or the start of a crash.

Can Labour win the election, and what happens if it does?

When the election was called, everybody expected a Tory landslide. Now there’s talk of a hung parliament, or even a Labour victory. John Stepek explains what that would mean for Britain.

This week in MoneyWeek: the seven best tech stocks to buy now

The Magnificent Seven MoneyWeek magazine cover illustration

In MoneyWeek magazine this week: the “Magnificent Seven” tech stocks; the second-cheapest stockmarket in the world; and why Brexit could hurt UK clearing.

The only way for active investors to survive the passive onslaught

Passive investing is taking business from expensive, actively managed funds. There is still a place for active investors, says John Stepek, but they will need imagination, flexibility, and humility.

What would happen to the pound if the Tories lose the general election?

When the election was called, the Tories were slated to win easily. Now, things aren’t so clear. Dominic Frisby looks at what might happen to the pound should they lose.

It looks like we’ve reached stalemate in the oil price wars

The oil price has refused to budge despite oil cartel Opec and Russia cutting back on production. John Stepek explains why, and looks at what that means for investors.

This week in MoneyWeek: Red Theresa’s manifesto

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This week in MoneyWeek: What the “Red Tory” manifesto means for you; play the current account circuit; and what would Jesus buy?

The US dollar has further to fall – which is good news for markets

Janet Yellen of the US Federal Reserve © Getty Images

The Federal Reserve says it will raise interest rates again soon. That will weaken the dollar. And if there’s one thing markets love, says John Stepek, it’s a weak dollar.

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