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Four winners of tomorrow

Professional investor Nitin Bajaj picks four Asia/Pacific small and mid-cap stocks which should prove to be among the winners of tomorrow.

Racing to victory

As May calls a snap general election, is it time to buy British stocks?

  • Should everybody get a handout from the state?

Picking good stocks can be tough, especially when markets are so volatile. How do you find companies? Do you stick with the traditionally safe blue chips or take a punt on riskier – but potentially more lucrative – small-cap stocks?

MoneyWeek's experts can cut through the confusing mess of financial information and home in on the best shares to buy for the future.

If you want to know what the country's financial writers are tipping, take a look at MoneyWeek's comprehensive guide to this week's share tips from the rest of the UK's financial press.

If you'd invested in: IQE and Foxton's

Electronics firm IQE is up by over 160% in the last year, while London estate agent Foxtons is down in the dumps.

Why France’s small-cap stocks are so resilient

France’s CAC Small stock index has gained 19% in three months and almost 4% this year. The more political worries flare up, the more France’s small caps outperform. So what’s going on?

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial press.

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial press.

Unilever sees off Kraft

US food giant Kraft, which swallowed up Britain’s Cadbury in 2010, has failed – for now – to do the same to Unilever. Ben Judge reports.

If you’d invested in: Indivior and Next

Drugmaker Indivior is on the up, while retailer Next, once a favourite with investors, has lost its way.

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