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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

July 2015: The FTSE struggles Stockmarkets slid in June – the FTSE 100 was a notably poor performer, down over 5%. We don't believe that stocks offer exceptional value, but think they are the least worst option. Some markets, such as Japan, remain relatively cheap.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

One interesting way to play China

China’s stockmarkets have been under severe pressure recently. But Lars Henriksson thinks he’s found an interesting way to play them.

Three biotech merger targets to buy now

Professional investor Ailsa Craig picks three biotech stocks that are ripe for takeover.

The one stock to buy to profit from all this fuss about airports

Air passenger numbers doubled between 1999 and 2014. And the industry also plays an increasingly important role in freight. Matthew Partridge picks the best stock to buy to cash in on the growth of the aviation business.

BP moves to end long legal battle

Last week BP agreed to settle all government lawsuits surrounding the Deepwater Horizon disaster for a total of $18.7bn. Matthew Partridge looks at where the oil giant goes from here, and whether its worth buying.

Profit from strong yields from agriculture: three stocks to buy now

The global food and agricultural economy is undergoing real change. Professional stockpickers Henry Boucher and Edward Bailey tip three shares to profit.

The 15 investments our experts would snap up now

Will bonds crash? And should investors be wary of China? John Stepek chairs our panel of experts who pick the best 15 investments to buy now.

A cheaper way into US small caps

The US smaller companies market is expensive, but investors can still find value with this fund.

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