Everyone knows the pound is undervalued, says Dominic Frisby. But once Brexit is sorted, it will rally. And we are looking down the barrel of that now.
Larry Fink, the chief executive of asset manager BlackRock, has called on the ECB to buy European stocks with newly created cash.
A chaotic set of results at Sports Direct last week wiped a fifth off the shares and fuelled speculation that the company will be taken private. Alex Rankine reports
Since Boris Johnson became prime minister and promised to leave the EU, deal or no deal, the pound has fallen around 3% against the US dollar. But sterling’s weakness is not all about Brexit.
Television is undergoing profound change as the battle for popular programmes intensifies. Which producers and streaming platforms will win the content war? Tim Dams assesses the market.
Jamie Ross, Fund Manager of Henderson EuroTrust, talks about the Trust’s shorter portfolio list and highlights the need for a genuinely active investment strategy.
The Federal Reserve has cut US interest rates for the first time in over a decade. It’s fair to say that the market didn’t like it. John Stepek explains why.
Investors are only now recognising the vast potential of biotech stocks. Here. Professional investor Dr Daniel Koller of BB Biotech AG picks three of his favourites.
Syncona is an unusual investment trust that invests in promising privately held biotech companies. It should be a core holding in any portfolio, says David Stevenson.
Asset manager BlackRock thinks the ECB should start buying equities. But that would distort pricing signals; be anti-free markets; and would be almost impossible to unwind, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Netflix’s rivals are investing heavily in content, making the streaming pioneer’s life harder. Traders should go short.
The price of nickel has soared by almost a quarter to a 13-month high in just a fortnight.
Law firms are listing on the stockmarket. That makes sense for them, but investors should steer clear, says Matthew Lynn.
Asahi, the Japanese beer giant, wants to offset its slowing domestic market with an Aussie brewing group. But is it paying a fair price?
We have only just started getting to grips with the vast life-saving potential of stem cells, the basic building blocks of the body. Dr Mike Tubbs explores recent breakthroughs and assesses the state of the market.
Many countries in emerging Asia look set to experience their weakest growth in a decade. But while the short-term outlook may be bumpy, there are many long-term structural trends that favour the region.
Boris Johnson is in at No 10 and he’s made himself feel at home with a round of sackings. Dominic Frisby looks at how the currency markets have reacted, and what lies in store for the pound.
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Star Market, Shanghai’s new technology-focused stock exchange, is hoping to nurture local tech firms and bypass New York and Hong Kong.
Ted Baker’s shares have soared thanks to reports that founder Ray Kelvin is set to support a management buyout.
America’s long bull market in stocks has rested on booming corporate earnings. But forecasts are gloomy.
UK stocks have been out of favour since the EU referendum. That opens up an opportunity for value investors, and we could even see a “Boris bounce”.
Online sales are growing fast. That means strong demand for warehouses and opportunity for investors.
The oil price has been trending down for months, now. Technically, it’s in a bear market. But whatever the short-term trend, everybody should have some in their portfolio, says Dominic Frisby. Here, he picks the best way to invest.
The outlook for equities remains encouraging. An investment trust with an international remit will help you profit.
Richard Parfect, fund manager at Seneca Investment Managers, picks three of his favourite income investments.