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The Greek vote is a great opportunity to buy Europe

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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

January 2015: Stick with Japan Central banks in Europe and Japan are set to deliver more QE, so we remain buyers of European and Japanese equities, which are still reasonably valued. In emerging markets, oil importers with big domestic markets, such as the Philippines and India, are worth a look.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Markets: FTSE 100 slips back as commodity stocks drag

The FTSE 100 slipped back again yesterday, falling 0.2% to close at 6,810 as commodity stocks dragged the index down.

Rising dollar dents profits

Several US multinationals have taken hits to their profits due to the strengthening greenback.

Outing closet tracker funds with smart beta

With ‘smart beta’, you can be sure your managed fund won’t hug the index, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

What Draghi’s billions will achieve

The ECB boss has fired up the printing press. To what end? James Ferguson explains. And Dr Matthew Partridge tips the best funds to hedge your bets.

Don’t panic – and buy into Europe

Greek turmoil is unnerving investors – and there’s lots to be nervous about. But I’m still buying Europe, says John Stepek.

Last year was a stinker, but in 2015, small-cap stocks will easily outperform the market

There are some investment styles that do genuinely seem to work over time. And buying small-cap stocks is one. David Thornton explains why.

Markets: FTSE 100 edges higher

The FTSE 100 finished in positive territory yesterday, after spending much of the day in the red. The index closed up 0.2% at 6,826.

The rising US dollar is hurting US stocks – another reason to buy Europe

US stocks are priced for a future of high earnings. But the strong dollar is putting that under threat. One more reason to buy Europe, says John Stepek.

Markets: FTSE 100’s rally ends

The FTSE 100 ended its run of gains yesterday, after poor economic data from the UK and elsewhere. The index fell 0.6% to close at 6,832.

Markets: FTSE shrugs off the Greek election result

The FTSE 100 shrugged off the win for the anti-austerity party, Syriza, in Greece to climb 19 points higher to 6,852.

Pawnbroking is big business in Asia – here are three best stocks to profit

Asian banks turn away millions of customers every year. Lars Henriksson explains how that’s created a lucrative market for investors.

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