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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

September 2014: Buy cheap markets Stick with Europe – stocks are reasonably valued, and further economic deterioration should prompt QE. Japan is also a buy. In emerging markets, we prefer those with little commodity exposure and promising economies. But Brazil and China are also on our buy list.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Global markets roundup, 17 September

The FTSE 100 continued its fall yesterday, closing down 0.2% at 6,792.

The bearish billionaires

Three billionaire investors, who see an end to the bull market in US stocks.

Investors dizzy over Brazil

Are investors getting ahead of themselves in the run-up to the presidential election in October?

ECB rescue: less to it than meets the eye

Mario Draghi surprised markets with a round of stimulus measures – but it was a far cry from full-blown money-printing.

Place your chips in the east

Putin is trying to reassert Russian power, with eastern Europe caught in the sanctions crossfire, but the region has potential, says Matthew Partridge.

I like the look of Apple’s new phones – but are the shares worth buying too?

With new iPhones and a foray into ‘wearable tech’, these are exciting times for Apple. But is all the good news already in the price? Ed Bowsher takes a look.

Great news if you’re invested in the FTSE

A weakening pound will be a great boon for British companies small and large. Bengt Saelensminde explains why.

A smart play on falling copper prices

Mineral wealth has driven Chile’s economy over the past few decades. But now things are slowing down. And that could be good news for this Chilean stock.

A second wind for UK stocks

Further government spending could give British stocks another push. Professional stock picker Chris Burvill tips three stocks to profit.

What’s Tesco’s dividend cut tells us about the future for stocks

Don’t bet Tesco’s dividend cut is a one-off, says Matthew Lynn. There could be much more to come.

Company in the news: Tesco

Supermarket giant Tesco has slashed its dividend. Phil Oakley explains what that means for investors.

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