The German market regulator has taken the highly unusual step of defending a single company from short-sellers. Matthew Partridge reports.
Germany’s blue-chips are about to start paying their annual dividends. And there’s a record sum in the kitty.
Most of the funds promising to protect investors from volatile stockmarkets have produced dismal returns, says Max King.
Emerging Europe is having tough time. Regional year-on-year GDP growth slowed to 1.3% in the fourth quarter, and the MSCI Eastern Europe index slipped by 5% last year.
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Professional investor Mark Wright of Seneca Investment Managers picks three of his favourite mid-cap stocks to buy now.
Media giant Disney is a top-class value stock. Now a move into streaming will fuel growth.
Venezuela’s oil output has been decreasing for more than two decades. But what does the current crisis mean for the oil price?
Aim, London’s junior market, is risky – but you can find solid stocks at low prices. Scott Longley reports.
Deposit-free renting promises to shake up the market, but does it really help? Emma Lunn reports.
Bet on Japanese corporate-governance reform and healthy small US banks, says David Stevenson.
Britain’s biggest supermarket is cutting back on staff and fresh food. Will the move prove counterproductive? Matthew Partridge reports.
Merryn Somerset Webb talks with Bruce Stout of the Murray International investment trust about how investors can protect their wealth and make money in our over-indebted world.
Data is the new oil. But its very existence – and the fact that so much more is collected every second – comes with some major problems.
The British gambling sector has been hit by taxes and tighter regulation. But the depressed share prices have yet to factor in the compelling long-term growth outlook, says Stephen Connolly.
To the delight of investors, Jerome Powell has finally capitulated and embraced the “Greenspan put”. That could mean a stockmarket melt-up, says John Stepek – and full steam ahead to the next crisis.
China’s efforts to deflate its debt bubble, and its worsening trade relations with the US, are dealing a serious blow to the global economy. John Stepek explains what it means for your money.
Companies are coming under increasingly serious attack from cyber criminals. Few have the systems to cope with it, says Merryn Somerset Webb, and recovering losses through insurance could prove difficult.
It’s a big week for the markets, with the US Federal Reserve meeting to set interest rates, and another Brexit vote in the UK. John Stepek looks at what to expect.
Investors in Britain’s energy infrastructure are cutting their losses and pulling out of projects. The government’s strategy needs a rethink, says Simon Wilson.
Markets are starting to realise that any trade deal between China and the US may take some time. John Stepek looks at how this is affecting the global economy’s most important charts.
The mood among investors is gloomy, but it wouldn’t take much to cheer them up. And central banks could well oblige, says John Stepek.
Younger generations are less likely to turn to drink for solace or pleasure. What will this mean for our booze-soaked culture and economy? Stuart Watkins reports.
Capital Gearing Trust has a stellar reputation for preserving capital, and shows no sign of letting up, says Max King.
Specialist recruitment firm Hays is geographically diversified and cheap, says Matthew Partridge.
WeWork, the flexible office provider, knows what people want, but is expanding too quickly.