Worker ownership may sound like a revolutionary idea. But actually it’s a good way to boost capitalism – and returns for investors, says David Thornton.
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.
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The FTSE 100 built on Wednesday’s gains to climb 38 points higher to 6,669.
Investors should view this summer’s China stock crash as a good opportunity to invest, says Rupert Foster
The FTSE 100 halted its slide and bounced back yesterday, climbing 0.8% to close at 6,555.
The FTSE 100 fell further yesterday, sliding 1.1% to close at 6,505.
Asia’s retail market is transforming, and with it the continent’s logistics business. Astute investors should get exposure, says Lars Henriksson.
Chinese stockmarkets have seen huge losses recently. So are they on the verge of collapse? Or could we be at the start of a long bull market? John Stepek investigates.
The FTSE 100 continued its slide on Friday, falling a further 1.1% to close at 6,579.
Supermarket suppliers would have you believe the retailers are driving them out of business. But they’ve nobody to blame but themselves, says Bengt Saelensminde.
Activist investors have made the headlines recently, but what do activists do? And are they a help or hindrance in the long run? Piper Terrett investigates.
A downturn in profit growth has put paid to America’s share buyback frenzy.
The FTSE 100 slipped further yesterday, falling 0.2% to close at 6,655.