The promise of a new silver exchange-traded fund is fuelling a surge in the metal price. But approval of the ETF will send it even higher.
Articles written by Annunziata Rees-Mogg
Ever-increasing demand from food production, combined with global warming, is creating a water crisis. But where there’s a problem, there are companies searching for a solution – and that means exciting new profit opportunities for smart investors.
Where are the best places to invest in Latin America? And what are the potential pitfalls? Moneyweek invited a panel of investment experts to dinner to share their tips on the region.
Alberta, Canada, is sitting on a black gold mine in the form of its oil sands – and by 2030 it could be pumping out more oil than currently flows out of Iran. Find out why Canada could hold the key to the oil crisis – and learn how to profit from it…
Life has been tough for retailers – and it could be about to get much worse. However, it will be another sector which really feels the squeeze.
The scale of the bubble in the gilt markets was ‘starkly demonstrated’ on Tuesday when the Government auctioned inflation-linked bonds at the ‘lowest yield ever’, says Joanna Chung in the FT (low yields mean high prices).
Nearly 40 fund managers shared their investment views with MoneyWeek readers in 2005. Here we look at who’s done best over the year.
A couple of weeks ago, Vodafone (VOD, 126p) announced that its sales growth and profits will fall as its Japanese division soaks up the cash it needs to fight off competition from NTT DoCoMo from the rest of the firm.
The performance of low-yield, or growth shares, has trailed that of their high-yield counterparts in recent years. But that’s all changing now.
When Spain’s Telefonica made a 200p a share offer to buy UK mobile operator O2, it was offering to pay a 22% premium to the share price.