French president François Hollande has sought to quell dissent over the government’s economic policy.
European economies may well go into terminal decline, says Matthew Lynn. But that’s no reason for investors to panic.
Both France and Germany are heading for recession. That means it’s time to buy European stocks, says Matthew Partridge. Here, he explains why, and looks at what to buy.
The Russian stock market has fallen by 14% in the last month. David Thornton looks at whether that means bargains for canny investors – or a dangerous value trap.
With Russia and its leader Vladimir Putin in the news, David Thornton, former manager of an East European investment fund, reflects on his experience of the country and the man.
Russian stocks have defied Western sanctions to gain 25% since March.
Europe’s weaker countries have dragged Germany into playing their game. But this just highlights Germany’s strengths, says Bengt Saelensminde.
The MoneyWeek World Cup looks at which country is the most attractive for investors. At the end of the tournament, one will lift the MoneyWeek trophy.
People are expecting big things from Mario Draghi. But whatever he does, it should have very little impact on your investments, says John Stepek. Here’s why.
Since it joined the European Union, Poland has gone from strength to strength. Here’s one exchange-traded fund to profit.