Stockmarkets

The crisis brewing in emerging markets
Protesters throwing stones
Emerging markets

The crisis brewing in emerging markets

Covid-related political unrest and financial collapse in the developing world are the biggest threats right now, says Matthew Lynn.
25 Jul 2021
A new revolution in Cuba?
Protesters in Cuba
Economy

A new revolution in Cuba?

The biggest protests in decades have rocked the one-party communist state. But is change for the better really on the cards?
24 Jul 2021
Share tips of the week – 23 July
Share tips

Share tips of the week – 23 July

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
23 Jul 2021
Philip Morris goes “beyond nicotine”
Stocks and shares

Philip Morris goes “beyond nicotine”

US tobacco giant Philip Morris International has agreed to pay £1bn for British inhaler specialist Vectura.
23 Jul 2021
Can Latin America's economies recover from the pandemic?
Protest against Jair Bolsonaro
Emerging markets

Can Latin America's economies recover from the pandemic?

Few places have suffered as much from the Covid-19 pandemic as Latin America. A sustained commodity rally could help.  
23 Jul 2021
The five best ways to invest in India's promising future
Emerging markets

The five best ways to invest in India's promising future

The pandemic has been catastrophic for India, yet the stockmarket is hitting record highs. Investors are right to remain optimistic about the long ter…
23 Jul 2021
Next shares soar as sales smash expectations – is the stock a buy?
Retail stocks

Next shares soar as sales smash expectations – is the stock a buy?

High street and online retailer Next has reported a big rise in sales and profits. John Stepek looks at its performance and asks if it's worth buying …
21 Jul 2021
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Lockdown Day saw the market hit rock bottom – could Freedom Day mark a top?
UK stockmarkets

Lockdown Day saw the market hit rock bottom – could Freedom Day mark a top?

When the UK locked down against Covid, markets plunged, but recovered quickly. Could England’s removal of restrictions mark the market top, asks John …
19 Jul 2021
Three companies that are reaping the rewards of investment
Share tips

Three companies that are reaping the rewards of investment

Professional investor Edward Wielechowski of the Odyssean Investment Trust highlights three stocks that have have invested well – and are able to deal…
19 Jul 2021
The story of Wise, a multi-billion fintech started by accident
People

The story of Wise, a multi-billion fintech started by accident

If you grow up in a situation where a whole country has to be made from scratch, creating a game-changing financial technology start-up such as Wise …
17 Jul 2021
Asia’s “tiger economies” have stopped growling
Emerging markets

Asia’s “tiger economies” have stopped growling

Asian shares had their worst week since February last week. And the next few months look set to be bumpy.
16 Jul 2021
The stockmarket’s “Spac” boom is slowing
Stockmarkets

The stockmarket’s “Spac” boom is slowing

The number of special purpose acquisition companies (Spacs) coming to market has slumped after increased regulatory scrutiny and questions over their …
16 Jul 2021
Share tips of the week – 16 July
Share tips

Share tips of the week – 16 July

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
16 Jul 2021
Pandemic plunderers target Daily Mail
UK stockmarkets

Pandemic plunderers target Daily Mail

Share in Daily Mail and General Trust jumped by 10% this week after rumours that the newspaper business would be taken private.
16 Jul 2021
Tate & Lyle takeover proves sweet for private equity
UK stockmarkets

Tate & Lyle takeover proves sweet for private equity

Tate & Lyle has proved an enticing morsel for private-equity group KPS Capital Partners, which is buying part of its operations. Matthew Partridge rep…
16 Jul 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Asia, financial repression and the nature of capitalism
Economy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Asia, financial repression and the nature of capitalism

Russell Napier talks to Merryn about financial repression – or "stealing money from old people slowly" – plus how Asian capitalism is taking over in t…
16 Jul 2021
It might be time for the reflation trade to spark back into life
Inflation

It might be time for the reflation trade to spark back into life

Many investors have taken the view that inflation will be “transitory”. But with both UK and US figures higher than expected, it might be time to rec…
15 Jul 2021
Investing in Russia: risky but rewarding?
Share tips

Investing in Russia: risky but rewarding?

The only investment trust focusing on the world’s cheapest stockmarket is worth a look, says Max King.
14 Jul 2021
Demand for equities is high right now – but supply is rising to meet it
Investment strategy

Demand for equities is high right now – but supply is rising to meet it

Investors can’t get enough of equities. And with 2021 set to be a record year for stockmarket listings, there will be plenty available. But not everyt…
13 Jul 2021
US stocks are ticking all the boxes of a bubble
US stockmarkets

US stocks are ticking all the boxes of a bubble

There are five key characteristics to every bubble, says analyst Richard Bernstein. This market meets them all
12 Jul 2021
Three solid stocks to ride the UK’s rapid recovery
Share tips

Three solid stocks to ride the UK’s rapid recovery

Professional investor James Henderson of the Lowland Investment Company, picks three of his favourite UK stocks that he thinks will benefit from the …
12 Jul 2021
How to revive Britain's flagging stockmarket
UK stockmarkets

How to revive Britain's flagging stockmarket

The financial regulator is proposing new rules to raise the number of firms going public. It should be more radical, says Matthew Lynn.
11 Jul 2021