Stockmarkets

Bag the big winners

Richard Beddard picks five stocks that can grow for decades

  • Europe relaxes as Macron wins the first round

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.

Four top emerging-market investment trusts

Emerging-market indices skew towards Asia, and especially China, Korea and Taiwan. So forget passive index hugging, says Max King, try these four broad-based EM funds instead.

Philippines' Duterte distracted by drugs

Since being elected president of the Philippines last May, Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs has overshadowed his tenure.

Stick with Europe and Japan

With US stocks looking overhyped and overpriced, investors should turn their attention to continental Europe and Japan.

Can the US stock bull market last?

The current bull market is the S&P’s second-longest on record. But how much longer can it last?

Emerging markets: trading on borrowed time?

The MSCI Emerging Markets index has reached its highest level in 18 months. Can it last?

How blockchain will transform business

Bitcoin boosters promised that the digital currency would change the world. In a sense, it just might, as blockchain, the technology underlying it, goes mainstream. Ben Judge reports.

How Brexit will affect the tech sector

Matthew Partridge continues his look at how Brexit will affect Britain, by examining its effect on the technology sector.

Europe thwarts LSE’s plans

The LSE’s merger with its German counterpart looks all but dead. Perhaps that’s just as well. Ben Judge reports.

Can Donald Trump deliver?

US stocks have been buoyant amid Donald Trump’s promises of fiscal stimulus, lower taxes and lighter regulation.

Why France’s small-cap stocks are so resilient

France’s CAC Small stock index has gained 19% in three months and almost 4% this year. The more political worries flare up, the more France’s small caps outperform. So what’s going on?

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