Shareholder meetings play a crucial part in investing. Bengt Saelensminde reveals three ways of making sure your voice is heard.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
April 2014: A shaky start to 2014 Stocks have had a wobbly start to the year. We remain wary of US stocks, which are expensive. European shares are far better value, and Japan is still a buy. Emerging markets have their problems, but they are increasingly reflected in the price.
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Disappointing economic data reversed Monday’s gains, dragging the FTSE 100 42 points lower to 6,542.
Having fallen by a fifth, the Indonesian stock market has staged a remarkable comeback.
Investors in Hong Kong may be in for a nasty surprise from mainland China.
Heavy selling has seen stock markets fall from their multi-year highs.
The world’s two biggest cement makers have agreed to join forces.
Nigel Farage was spot on – those in power must be held to account, says Bengt Saelensminde. And with companies, that starts with the shareholders.
Demand for power in Latin America is soaring. James McKeigue looks at how to invest as the continent upgrades its energy infrastructure.
Tech stocks have had a bad few days. And there are likely to be further falls. But it’s not all bad news. Ed Bowsher explains how patient investors could profit.
Apple is fighting to maintain its slot as the globe’s top company. But Google is nipping at its heels, says Bengt Saelensminde. And ultimately, Google will win.
Foreign investors may be unnerved, but there’s still much to like about Japanese stocks.
Sanity has returned to the technology sector with King Digital’s float flop.
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