The emerging market sell-off is a buying opportunity for brave investors seeking resilient, well-managed economies with strong prospects. Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru fit the bill, says James McKeigue.
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Build-to-rent investors are snapping up London flats, says Sarah Moore. Should you join them?
For private equity companies, raising the cash was the easy bit, says Max King – now what to invest it in?
A round of earnings reports and subsequent jitters have wiped 10% off the FANG+ tech stock index in a week.
Fears of another 1990s-style crisis are overblown: developing countries are now more resilient to external threats and less dependent on rich countries’ business cycles, says Rupert Foster. They also look cheap.
This week – Tuesday in particular – could mark a significant a turning point in the markets, says John Stepek.
There are plenty of reasons to think that US stockmarkets are due a big fall. But they carry on rising. It will happen eventually, says Dominic Frisby, but not yet.
The FAANG tech stocks are all very different businesses, so shouldn’t really be lumped together. But that’s immaterial, says John Stepek. When the market turns, they will crash as one.
Much like TV reality show Love Island, the stockmarket is a beauty contest. Matthew Partridge explains why, and how you can make it work to your advantage.
The UK, the US, Australia – house prices are falling all over the world. John Stepek looks at what drove property up, and why the world’s property markets are now slowing down.
China is moving away from reducing debt to focus on external problems. That could mean loosening monetary policy – and a rebound in market sentiment.
The resurgence of “covenant lite” or “cov-lite” loans could spell trouble, says Marina Gerner.
RWS is a “picks-and-shovels” play for the technology sector, and boasts an excellent record, says Mike Tubbs.
Tesco has seen its market value rise almost 50% in a year, while AB Foods has seen shares slide despite a rise in profits.
These aircraft-leasing funds were hit by fears over their planes’ resale value. Now, they look cheap.