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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

August 2014: Japan is reasonable The exuberance in global equities is looking increasingly irrational, but Japan still looks reasonably priced. With Abenomics on track, the Nikkei should have further to go. Emerging markets have been rallying - the Philippines, Indonesia and Brazil are among our favourites.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Shares in focus: Can WPP beat off Facebook?

Google and Facebook now dominate digital advertising. Is there still a place for WPP, and can it keep growing? Phil Oakley investigates.

Four stocks for a resilient portfolio

Buy stocks that will continue grow even if the recovery falters. Professional investor Paul Abberley tips four such shares to buy now.

Gamble of the week: A beaten-up oil play

The shares in this oil company have taken a hammering. But there is cause to be optimistic, says Phil Oakley.

Company in the news: HSBC

Profits at high-street bank HSBC have disappointed, says Phil Oakley. But the shares still offer a decent yield.

Europe’s recovery is over – so it’s time to buy European shares

Both France and Germany are heading for recession. That means it’s time to buy European stocks, says Matthew Partridge. Here, he explains why, and looks at what to buy.

Investing in space: How to buy into the final frontier

Pick the right firms and you could profit handsomely from a burgeoning market in commercial satellites and private space travel, says Matthew Partridge.

My big problem with company fundraisings

Too many small-cap companies are engaging in the ‘wrong kind’ of fundraising, says David Thornton. Investors need to be careful.

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