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Bashar al-Assad: How “the hope” became “the monster”

Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was initially seen as a new hope. But the wishful thinking wasn’t to last long.

Alan Greenspan: bearish on global growth

Inflation is a threat to global growth, reckons former Fed chief Alan Greenspan.

Money makers: A utopia in Edinburgh

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Josh Littlejohn set up a social enterprise selling sandwiches for the homeless. Now he’s out to build them a village.

Erdogan recreates Turkish sultanate

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Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan narrowly won reforms which will all but recreate Turkey as a sultanate.

Robert Shiller: Valuation levels a worry

Stockmarkets have rarely been more expensive than they are today, reckons Professor Robert Shiller, the man behind the Cape ratio.

Money makers: Building a hipster city

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Adam Neumann, the self-styled gig economy’s landlord-in-chief, is out to change the world – one neighbourghood at a time.

Ivanka Trump: America’s real first lady

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The US president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, is preparing to set up shop in the White House as her father’s eyes and ears.

Dmitry Rybolovlev: the savvy dealmaker trumped by Trump

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Donald Trump just can’t resist bragging about the time he sold America’s most expensive house to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.

Money makers: A banker with a soul

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Billionaire financier Leonard Abess was singled out for special praise from then-US president Barack Obama.

Five questions for… Bruce Davis, co-founder, Abundance

Bruce Davis

Bruce Davis of online investment service Abundance speaks to MoneyWeek about his business.

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