Global fund managers are getting nervous, and are holding on to their cash. But that might actually be good for the markets, says John Stepek. Here’s why.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned after an affair with a subordinate. But is there more to his departure than meets the eye? Ben Judge reports.
Oil cartel Opec’s decision to raise production was seen as bullish for the oil price, even though a lot more crude is heading to market.
The collapse of Carillion showed the perils inherent in complicated businesses. Look for simple firms with powerful intellectual property instead, fund managers Nick Train and Tristan Chapple tell Sarah Moore.
We should limit housing’s appeal as a speculative asset in favour of more productive investments, says John Stepek.
Most global stockmarkets are looking a little wobbly at the moment. But Chinese stocks are in a full-blown bear market. John Stepek explains what that means for you.
With virtually every world stockmarket pointing downwards – at least for now – how seriously should you take the threat of a trade war, and what should you do next?
Oil cartel Opec and Russia have decided to pump more oil. Normally, higher production means lower prices. But that’s not likely to happen this time, says John Stepek. Here’s why.
Closed-ended funds such as Investment trusts consistently outperform their open-ended counterparts. Merryn Somerset Webb explains why, and asks if they can continue doing it in the future.
Fund managers buy the things that won’t get them fired when the crash comes. With that in mind, John Stepek looks at Amazon and the other charts that matter.
Emboldened by a new court ruling, Comcast is chasing Ruper Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox. Can it beat Disney to the prize? Alice Gråhns reports.
Baillie Gifford’s Scottish American Investment Trust prides itself on buying companies that target both income and growth.
General Electric’s eviction from a key American stockmarket gauge is a reminder to check what’s in an index.
The decline of the high street is hitting building owners as well – and now they’re fighting back.
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Over the last decade, the shares of construction and industrial equipment rental firm Ashtead Group have risen by almost 2,700%.