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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, 22 September

The FTSE 100 ended the week in appositive mood on Friday, climbing 0.3% to close at 6,837.

Corporate America’s share buyback binge

American companies have been busy buying up their own shares – investors should take note.

Bulls to the fore in the S&P 500

Investors should be wary of rampant bullishness on Wall Street.

China's economy dips as property weakens

The central bank in China has moved to prevent a slump in the country’s slowing economy.

Phones go dead at Phones4U

The blame game has begun after the mobile phone retailer fell into administration.

Timely lessons from Tokyo

Some asset classes are looking wildly expensive , says John Stepek, Investors should keep to the script and look for value.

Chart of the week: How stocks profited from the union

The union between England and Scotland has been good for business, research has shown.

Two ways to play Asia’s beverage boom

Traditional Asian drinks have been given a new lease of life by the burgeoning beverage market. Lars Henriksson looks at two drinks makers leading the trend.

Stick with Japan – the quiet recovery will continue

Japan’s stock market has been quietly recovering – it’s now near a seven-year high. But there’s more to come. John Stepek looks at what’s behind the rise.

Chart of the week: Even the past is murky to economists

The Office for National Statistics has revised its GDP data going back to 1998, giving a different picture of the 2000-07 boom.

Alibaba: A $20bn bet on China’s consumers

Chinese internet giant Alibaba is set to become the largest tech initial public offering when it lists in New York next week. But should you buy the shares?

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