Stockmarkets

LVMH is back in fashion

LVMH, the luxury goods bellwether, reported strong sales. But are investors too optimistic about the outlook? Ben Judge reports.

Racing to victory

As May calls a snap general election, is it time to buy British stocks?

  • Should everybody get a handout from the state?

Markets: interest rate cut boosts FTSE 100

The FTSE 100 saw a sharp rise yesterday after the Bank of England cut interest rates to 0.25% and extended its quantitative easing programme. The index closed up 1.6% at 6,740.

Polish stocks are poised to soar

Fears over the impact of Poland’s current government are overdone – and that spells opportunity for patient investors to buy some good firms cheaply, says Frederic Guirinec

This level of calm can’t last – markets are heading for a wake-up call

There’s remarkably little volatility in the markets. That’s worrying, says John Stepek. Investors are far too complacent for comfort.

What the video games industry thinks about Brexit

The video games industry is hugely important to Britain, adding £1.12bn to the economy. Matthew Partridge looks at how Brexit will affect the sector.

Robert Shiller: Valuation levels a worry

Stockmarkets have rarely been more expensive than they are today, reckons Professor Robert Shiller, the man behind the Cape ratio.

The biggest surprise of 2017 so far

Donald Trump’s protectionism, inflationism, and macho attitude were supposed to be terrible for emerging markets. But that hasn’t happened. John Stepek explains why, and what investors can learn.

Where to find the world’s cheapest stocks

With investors in US stocks facing some of the worst returns in history, where should they turn for value?

Russia’s stockmarket rally isn’t over yet

Russian stocks jumped sharply in 2016, but this year they have slipped by 4% – the second-worst showing by an emerging market after Greece.

Will anything halt this global stockmarket rally?

Wall Street and the FTSE 100 have hit new highs. European stocks are looking livelier too. Global equities, measured by the FTSE All-World index, are also at new peaks. But could this be as good as it gets?

How central banks created the bubble in passive investing

The rise of passive investing is a result of rock bottom interest rates. That’s good in the long term, but could cause pain in the short term, says John Stepek.

How to invest your kids’ pocket money

Dominic Frisby picks the best place to lock away some cash for his children’s future.

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