Borrowed money is piling into China, and the stockmarket has all the symptoms of being in a bubble. But as John Stepek explains, it’s much too soon to bail out.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
May 2015: Follow the printed money In developed markets, pick regions with a tailwind provided by central banks – ie Europe and Japan, where equities are still reasonably valued, and the earnings outlook has improved. In emerging markets, go for countries such as India, Indonesia and the Philippines.
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The FTSE 100 regained lost territory by rising 84 points on Wednesday to close at 7,033.
Investment guru Jeremy Grantham has warned that US stocks are almost in bubble territory.
Reform may be slow in coming in India, but things are getting better for investors.
In the stockmarket, the top dogs are going nowhere – but the smaller mutts have plenty of growth in them yet. Merryn Somerset Webb talks to Gervais Williams.
The FTSE 100 added a little to Wednesdays gains yesterday, climbing 0.1% to close at 7,013.
3D printing may change the world one day, says Dominic Frisby. But right now, it’s just another hyped-up technology going through the usual cycle of boom and bust.
The FTSE 100 edged higher yesterday, climbing a further 0.2% to close at 7,007.
The FTSE 100 rose slightly yesterday, despite the economy entering deflation for the first time in 50 years. The index rose 0.4% to close at 6,995.
Now is still a great time to plough your money into Latin American agriculture. James McKeigue explains why, and tips one stock set to profit.
The FTSE 100 ended the week on a disappointing note on Friday, slipping 0.2% to close at 6,960.
The Saudi Arabian stock exchange – the largest in the Middle East, with some of the region’s biggest companies – is to finally open to foreign investors.
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