When will the bear market end?
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When will the bear market end?

US stocks are now in bear market territory. Can history tell us when a bottom is likely?
17 Jun 2022
Warren Buffett’s net worth: how the billionaire built his fortune
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Warren Buffett’s net worth: how the billionaire built his fortune

Warren Buffett is considered by many to be the best investor of all time. Rupert Hargreaves examines how much Buffett is worth, how he made his fortun…
9 Jun 2022
Upcoming IPOs in 2022: which companies are planning to list this year?
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Upcoming IPOs in 2022: which companies are planning to list this year?

Rupert Hargreaves explains what an IPO is, how public and private companies differ, and picks out some of the more notable companies set to list on th…
7 Jun 2022
Wall Street’s sell-off has further to go
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Wall Street’s sell-off has further to go

The current stockmarket sell-off has been led by tech stocks, but the pain is spreading. The bear market has further to go – US stocks are still expen…
25 May 2022
Four high-quality US stocks to give shelter from the storm
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Four high-quality US stocks to give shelter from the storm

Professional investor Timothy Parton of the JPMorgan American Investment Trust picks four solid US stocks to buy now.
24 May 2022
Twitter stock: Elon Musk could be the saviour it needs right now
Tech stocks

Twitter stock: Elon Musk could be the saviour it needs right now

Elon Musk’s offer for Twitter stock looks increasingly like a done deal. The best option for shareholders may be to take the money and run, says Ruper…
25 Apr 2022
Howard Schultz: taking a third shot as Starbucks CEO
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Howard Schultz: taking a third shot as Starbucks CEO

Howard Schultz turned a small Seattle concern into a global coffee chain. Now he’s back at the helm to revive its fortunes. Can he overcome market sce…
24 Apr 2022
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Elon Musk is still trying to buy Twitter – will he succeed and should you care?
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Elon Musk is still trying to buy Twitter – will he succeed and should you care?

Elon Musk has unveiled a $46.5bn financing package to fund his mooted buyout of Twitter. But why is he so keen to buy, and what does he really want w…
22 Apr 2022
Netflix’s share price has fallen by two thirds from its peak – is it time to buy?
Tech stocks

Netflix’s share price has fallen by two thirds from its peak – is it time to buy?

Video streaming giant Netflix has been losing subscribers – driving its share price to its lowest in six months. So, asks Rupert Hargreaves, should yo…
20 Apr 2022
Netflix share price collapse: what it says about markets today
Growth stocks

Netflix share price collapse: what it says about markets today

Netflix's share price has collapsed after it reported its first fall in subscribers in a decade. John Stepek explains what it says about the “build it…
20 Apr 2022
The stockmarket rebound has nothing to do with Ukraine or the Federal Reserve
Stockmarkets

The stockmarket rebound has nothing to do with Ukraine or the Federal Reserve

Stockmarkets bounced yesterday after the Fed raised interest rates and hopes of peace in Ukraine rose. But more relevant was what happened in China. J…
17 Mar 2022
I wish I knew what a SPAC was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what a SPAC was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

A financial instrument called a “special purpose acquisition company”, or SPAC for short, is growing increasingly popular in the US stockmarkets. But …
14 Mar 2022
How to short-sell Trump’s media empire
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How to short-sell Trump’s media empire

Donald Trump’s would-be media empire looks like a promising target for short sellers. Matthew Partridge explains how to play it.
16 Feb 2022
Central-bank monetary tightening rattles tech stocks
Tech stocks

Central-bank monetary tightening rattles tech stocks

Central banks are turning more hawkish on raising interest rates - and tech stocks don't like it.
4 Feb 2022
The end of the US stockmarket superbubble
US stockmarkets

The end of the US stockmarket superbubble

The US stockmarket is in its fourth “superbubble” of the last 100 years, says Jeremy Grantham. So what should you do?
31 Jan 2022
Julian Brigden: markets are at a huge inflexion point
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Julian Brigden: markets are at a huge inflexion point

Merryn talks to Julian Brigden of Macro Intelligence 2 Partners about the unwinding of the US stockmarket's super-bubble, and the risks and opportunit…
25 Jan 2022
Stockmarket crash: is the “superbubble” heading for a “superbust”?
Stockmarkets

Stockmarket crash: is the “superbubble” heading for a “superbust”?

America's Nasdaq stock index is down by more than 10% after soaring to all-time highs in a "superbubble". Are we about to see a "superbust" stockmarke…
21 Jan 2022
Tech stocks teeter as US Treasury bond yields rise
Tech stocks

Tech stocks teeter as US Treasury bond yields rise

The realisation that central banks are about to tighten their monetary policies caused a sell-off in the tech-heavy Nasdaq stock index and the biggest…
14 Jan 2022
Bob Iger: the man who reinvented Disney
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Bob Iger: the man who reinvented Disney

Bob Iger is stepping down as head of the entertainment giant after 15 years in charge. He leaves a far stronger company in prime position for the futu…
18 Dec 2021
US stockmarket bubble has started to deflate
US stockmarkets

US stockmarket bubble has started to deflate

Sanity is making a tentative return to stockmarkets, with frothier corners of the market finally starting to deflate. 
17 Dec 2021
The US central bank is winding down QE faster than planned – so why are markets bouncing?
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The US central bank is winding down QE faster than planned – so why are markets bouncing?

The Federal Reserve is to speed up the pace at which it is winding down QE, its money-printing programme. But instead of going into shock, stockmarket…
16 Dec 2021
Interest rates: could Jerome Powell remove the markets’ “punch bowl”?
US stockmarkets

Interest rates: could Jerome Powell remove the markets’ “punch bowl”?

Markets have bounced on suggestion that the Omicron variant may be a less serious strain of Covid-19. But the Federal Reserve has turned hawkish, and …
10 Dec 2021