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.
Greek turmoil is unnerving investors – and there’s lots to be nervous about. But I’m still buying Europe, says John Stepek.
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.
Everyone has their eyes on Mario Draghi this week. But as Matthew Partridge points out, there’s more to Europe than the European Central Bank boss.
Two things happened this week that could lead to a big rise in European stocks. Dr Matthew Partridge explains what they are, and what to buy.
UK fund investors are exposed to the tune of £4bn to plunging Swiss stocks, but they needn’t worry too much, says Kam Patel.
Regardless of who wins the election, Greek stocks will come out ahead, says Matthew Lynn.
The way the euro goes next could set the tone for 2015, says John Stepek. We could find out one way or the other by the end of this month.
Is this the year to buy biotech? Should we be investing in Europe and Japan rather than the US? And how much should a predicted rise in UK interest rates be factored into all of this? MoneyWeek’s team of experts give their opinions on the year ahead.
Falling prices in the eurozone have heaped yet more pressure on central bank boss Mario Draghi to turn on the money taps.