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Commercial property: retail landlords are missing the madding crowd
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Property

Commercial property: retail landlords are missing the madding crowd

The outlook for shopping centres and offices is murky, but anxious investors seem to be expecting the worst
13 Jul 2020
Three stocks to buy for healthy long-term growth
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Three stocks to buy for healthy long-term growth

A professional investor tells us where he’d put his money. This week: Ketan Patel, manager of the Amity UK fund at EdenTree Investment Management
13 Jul 2020
Why the moving average is my favourite charting tool
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Why the moving average is my favourite charting tool

Traders and technical analysts use "moving averages" to iron out daily fluctuations and give a much clearer picture of a market's direction. Dominic …
13 Jul 2020
Zhang Yiming: the perfectionist behind the TikTok craze
Zhang Yiming
People

Zhang Yiming: the perfectionist behind the TikTok craze

Youngsters have gone mad for TikTok, a video-sharing app launched by a Chinese tech company. But the firm’s links to the regime in Beijing have sparke…
12 Jul 2020
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Three ideas for Lloyds Bank's new boss
Antonio Horta-Osorio
UK stockmarkets

Three ideas for Lloyds Bank's new boss

The Black Horse needs whipping into shape. A change at the top provides a great opportunity, says Matthew Lynn.
12 Jul 2020
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The truth about Boris Johnson’s “New Deal” package of infrastructure spending
UK Economy

The truth about Boris Johnson’s “New Deal” package of infrastructure spending

The prime minister promised a package of Rooseveltian proportions to grow the economy out of its Covid-19-induced torpor. Just how impressive is it re…
11 Jul 2020
The charts that matter: gold hits a fresh eight-year high
Global Economy

The charts that matter: gold hits a fresh eight-year high

As gold heads for new all-time highs, John Stepek looks at how that's affecting the other charts that matter most to the global economy.
11 Jul 2020

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Quiz of the week 4 – 10 July
Global Economy

Quiz of the week 4 – 10 July

Test your recollection of the events of the last seven days with MoneyWeek's quiz of the week.
10 Jul 2020
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What next for the world economy?
Global Economy

What next for the world economy?

Major global economies have been recovering from lockdowns more quickly than expected, but are we poised for a “V”, “U” or “W-shaped” recovery?
10 Jul 2020
China’s stockmarket melt-up will end in tears
China stockmarkets

China’s stockmarket melt-up will end in tears

China's stockmarkets are up by 13% so far this year, but the rally could end in a brutal crash.
10 Jul 2020
This landmark pension case could mean big payouts
Pensions

This landmark pension case could mean big payouts

Defined-benefit members in bankrupt firms’ pension schemes could be due a payout after a landmark High Court judgment.
10 Jul 2020
Bank of England sceptical about pension superfunds
Pensions

Bank of England sceptical about pension superfunds

Plans for “pension superfunds”, cleared by industry regulators in recent weeks, could pose a threat to financial stability.
10 Jul 2020
Christopher Wood: hold a growth and value “barbell“ portfolio
Investment strategy

Christopher Wood: hold a growth and value “barbell“ portfolio

Christopher Wood, global head of equity strategy at investment banking firm Jefferies, suggests a “barbell“ strategy of holding growth and value stock…
10 Jul 2020
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What gold, bonds and tech stocks have in common
Stockmarkets

What gold, bonds and tech stocks have in common

"Risk off" or "safe haven" assets such as gold and government bonds have been doing well lately. But so have riskier tech stocks. That seems to defy c…
10 Jul 2020
Share tips of the week
Share tips

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
10 Jul 2020
Classic football shirts: check your wardrobe for hidden treasure
Alternative investments

Classic football shirts: check your wardrobe for hidden treasure

Classic football shirts are soaring in price. Have you got a winner in the wardrobe? Chris Carter reports
10 Jul 2020
Lamborghini takes to the seas
Toys and gadgets

Lamborghini takes to the seas

The supercar maker has created an incredible new yacht for 63 lucky customers. Nicole Garcia Merida reports.
10 Jul 2020
Wine of the week: one for the ardent oak-lovers
Wine

Wine of the week: one for the ardent oak-lovers

This 2018 Cordillera is a handsome, flavour-packed, expressive wine with perfectly balanced, hedonistic levels of oak.
10 Jul 2020
Properties for sale in remote locations
Houses for sale

Properties for sale in remote locations

From a residential farm in the Great Glen, Inverness-shire, to a 17th-century house on the Mawddach Estuary with views towards Snowdonia’s Cadair Idri…
10 Jul 2020
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Four Airbnb bookings as seen on TV
Travel and holidays

Four Airbnb bookings as seen on TV

The small screen has lent added glamour to these luxury apartments. Chris Carter reports.
10 Jul 2020
Uber gobbles up US food-delivery platform Postmates
US stockmarkets

Uber gobbles up US food-delivery platform Postmates

Shares in minicab firm Uber jumped by 4% after it acquired food-delivery platform Postmates for $2.65bn.
9 Jul 2020
Melbourne locks down as Covid-19 returns to Australia
Global Economy

Melbourne locks down as Covid-19 returns to Australia

A new coronavirus flare-up in Melbourne has forced Australia's second-biggest city into a six-week lockdown. 
9 Jul 2020