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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

March 2015: Buy cheap stocks Buy reasonably valued markets supported by money printing: the eurozone and Japan are better bets than the US. As far as emerging markets are concerned, we like India, Indonesia and the Philippines. Brazil is in such a mess that it's become very cheap, and worth a look for long-term investors.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Markets: FTSE 100 ends its losing run

The FTSE 100 broke its four-day losing streak yesterday to close 36 points higher at 6,891.

British blue-chip stocks face uphill struggle

The FTSE 100 eclipsed 7,000 for the first time in 15 years, but will struggle to make further gains.

Are we heading for another financial crisis?

Try as it might, the Federal Reserve can’t keep the coming crisis at bay forever.

Chart of the week: Dotcoms come of age

Fifteen years ago, the Nasdaq eclipsed 5,000 before the dotcom bubble burst. But the index’s latest foray above this milestone should be more sustainable.

Markets: FTSE 100 slides further

The FTSE 100 slid further yesterday, falling 1.4% to 6,895.

Britain’s broken finances

George Osborne’s Budget speech was full of paltry tweaks that will fail to deliver the serious spending overhaul Britain needs, says James Ferguson.

Optimal Payments’ rights issue is a great deal for existing shareholders

Shareholders in Aim-listed firms usually dread fundraising, says David Thornton. But this time, shareholders in Optimal Payments have cause to celebrate.

Markets: FTSE 100 falls back below 7,000

The FTSE 100 fell below 7,000 yesterday, falling 0.4% to close at 6,991.

Markets: FTSE 100 slips back from highs

The FTSE 100 fell slightly yesterday, closing down 0.3% at 7,019.

This vast source of funds for the market is about to go into reverse

Sovereign wealth funds have been pouring money into the markets for years. But soon, that may all come to an end. John Stepek explains why.

Markets: FTSE 100 edges ever higher

The FTSE 100 edged to a new closing high yesterday, adding a further 0.2% to close at 7,037.

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