Commodities

The charts that matter: the US dollar keeps on strengthening
Economy

The charts that matter: the US dollar keeps on strengthening

The US dollar saw further rises this week as gold and cryptocurrencies sold off. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter most to the globa…
27 Nov 2021
What Bulb Energy’s collapse means for you
Bulb Energy logos
Personal finance

What Bulb Energy’s collapse means for you

Bulb Energy – Britain’s seventh largest energy supplier with 1.7 million customers – has become the biggest casualty of the energy crisis. Saloni Sard…
25 Nov 2021
Now might be a good time to stock up on platinum – while nobody cares about it
Platinum bar
Silver and other precious metals

Now might be a good time to stock up on platinum – while nobody cares about it

Platinum has disappointed investors more than any other commodity in the last five years. But its day will come, says Dominic Frisby. Stock up now whi…
25 Nov 2021
The charts that matter: gold hangs on to gains while the dollar continues higher
Economy

The charts that matter: gold hangs on to gains while the dollar continues higher

The gold price continued to hang on to last week’s gains, even as the US dollar powered higher this week. Here’s how that has affected the charts that…
20 Nov 2021
How the return of nuclear power can help get us to net zero
Sizewell nuclear power station
Energy

How the return of nuclear power can help get us to net zero

Nuclear power was the future once – and now it seems it is again as governments look for ways to meet their net-zero targets.
20 Nov 2021
The charts that matter: inflation fears give gold a much needed boost
Economy

The charts that matter: inflation fears give gold a much needed boost

US inflation hit its highest in 30 years this week, driving gold and bitcoin to new highs. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter most to…
13 Nov 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: climate change, global population and inflation
Investment strategy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: climate change, global population and inflation

Merryn and John talk about the COP climate change summit; why the short-term answer to our energy needs is be nuclear (and why it's a lot safer than p…
12 Nov 2021
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The price of gold is ready to rebound
Gold

The price of gold is ready to rebound

Despite a recent rally the price of gold is still 10% below its all-time high of summer 2020. But the year-long correction may be nearing its end as i…
12 Nov 2021
Bitcoin hits a new record – and we all know what usually comes after fresh highs
Bitcoin & crypto

Bitcoin hits a new record – and we all know what usually comes after fresh highs

Bitcoin has hit a new record price. And the most likely thing to follow new highs are more new highs, says Dominic Frisby. Here, he explains why bitco…
10 Nov 2021
Is investors’ enthusiasm for renewable energy justified?
Renewables

Is investors’ enthusiasm for renewable energy justified?

Investors have been pouring money into renewable energy funds. But the sector has had a tricky year so far. Max King looks at the opportunities for in…
9 Nov 2021
The charts that matter: a tale of two central banks
Economy

The charts that matter: a tale of two central banks

Government bond yields slipped around the world this week. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter most to the global economy.
6 Nov 2021
Carrots and sticks: why energy prices won't fall for a long time
Energy

Carrots and sticks: why energy prices won't fall for a long time

Energy is going to be more expensive for a long time before it gets both cleaner and cheaper. 
5 Nov 2021
How to invest in lab-grown meat – the future of food production
Soft commodities

How to invest in lab-grown meat – the future of food production

With lab-grown meat, steak is back on the menu for greens and animal lovers – but at what cost? Stuart Watkins reports
5 Nov 2021
The charts that matter: The US dollar falls and Tesla hits the $1trn milestone
Global Economy

The charts that matter: The US dollar falls and Tesla hits the $1trn milestone

Tesla hits a market cap of $1trn and the US dollar weakens. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter most to the global economy.
30 Oct 2021
How to invest as oil prices keep heading higher
Commodities

How to invest as oil prices keep heading higher

Oil prices are soaring reversing a sharp meltdown seen at the depths of the Covid-19 crisis. Saloni Sardana explores how you can play the market.
27 Oct 2021
The charts that matter: bond yields turn back up and a new bitcoin record
Global Economy

The charts that matter: bond yields turn back up and a new bitcoin record

Bitcoin hit a new all-time high, while government bond yields turned back up. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter most to the global e…
23 Oct 2021
Green finance is set to be the most powerful financial repression tool yet
Bonds

Green finance is set to be the most powerful financial repression tool yet

The government has launched its “green savings bond” that offers investors just 0.65%. But that pitiful return is in many ways the point of “green” fi…
22 Oct 2021
Coal makes a comeback
Coal

Coal makes a comeback

The environmental case against coal may be clear, but that hasn't stopped the price rising more than fourfold in the last year.
22 Oct 2021
The after effects of the gas-price shock
Economy

The after effects of the gas-price shock

In the wake of the recent spike in the natural gas price, we can expect slower growth, an industrial recession – and a newly assertive Russia, says Ma…
17 Oct 2021
The charts that matter: bond yields slip while bitcoin tops $60,000
Economy

The charts that matter: bond yields slip while bitcoin tops $60,000

Cryptocurrency bitcoin soared to over $60,000 this week, while government bond yields fell back. Here’s how that has affected the charts that matter m…
16 Oct 2021
The world still needs fossil fuels – here's how to invest
Energy

The world still needs fossil fuels – here's how to invest

Our enduring need for oil and gas heralds a boom in exploration and production, says Andrew Hunt.
15 Oct 2021
The world faces a chilly winter as energy prices climb
Energy

The world faces a chilly winter as energy prices climb

The gas crisis has revealed Europe’s dependence on imported gas, but the rest of the world is facing higher bills too.
15 Oct 2021