Tech giant Amazon continues its march higher, with seemingly nobody concerned about any downside. John Stepek looks at this, and the rest of the charts that matter this week.
UK house-price growth is slowing down and the number of transactions is falling. Some are blaming Brexit – but the real reasons go much deeper than that, says John Stepek.
Ray Dalio, one of the world’s richest men, has bet $18bn against eurozone stocks. That’s one hell of a contrarian call, says Matthew Lynn.
Donald Trump’s new tariffs on US steel and aluminium imports will have a serious effect on American business. John Stepek explains what that means for inflation, and for your money.
A combination of combination of slowing profits and rising interest rates is bad news for US stocks.
Nobody has been paying much attention to Europe recently amid all the fuss about inflation returning to America. But last week, it returned to the spotlight – and not in a good way.
Britain’s high street banks are looking healthier, but they still haven’t recovered from their post-crisis hangovers. Investors should think about the risks ahead. Alice Gråhns reports.
Opec has joined forces with Russia to mop up much of the oil market glut by agreeing to curtail production.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial pages.
Each week, a professional investor tells us where he’d put his money. This week, Ben Goldsmith of Menhaden Capital looks at companies that are helping the world make better use of essential resources.
Measuring-equipment maker Renishaw has seen profits leap, but investors are sceptical about the prospects for drugmaker GSK.
Prices for averagely decent firms have hit an all-time high, warns Warren Buffett.
It’s hard to find growth stocks at a reasonable price in the US market, says Matthew Partridge. Here’s one that fits the bill.
Mini-bonds are going out of fashion, says David C Stevenson. But they do still have some redeeming features.
Crowdfunding promises to “democratise” the property market, says Sarah Moore. But high fees mean poor investment returns.
Emerging markets are booming again. David C Stevenson explains how to get a slice of the action using exchange-traded funds.