Cyberattacks are on the rise – which companies are likely to benefit?
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Cyberattacks are on the rise – which companies are likely to benefit?

The US Department of Justice has recovered more than $2.3m from last month’s Colonial Pipeline hack incident, but questions persist about how the worl…
10 Jun 2021
The G7 countries struck a long-awaited tax agreement this weekend. What’s next?
Global Economy

The G7 countries struck a long-awaited tax agreement this weekend. What’s next?

The G7 group of rich countries has proposed a minimum corporation tax rate of 15%. Saloni Sardana looks at what the next steps and whether the proposa…
7 Jun 2021
How to buy in to Latin America’s e-commerce boom
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How to buy in to Latin America’s e-commerce boom

MercadoLibre is the region’s Amazon, eBay and PayPal all rolled into one.
7 Jun 2021
Oracle – the tech stock with a bright future in the cloud
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Oracle – the tech stock with a bright future in the cloud

Oracle, the business-database and software expert, can cash in on one of today’s key technology trends
12 May 2021
Big Tech is becoming Big Brother: a leviathan out of control
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Big Tech is becoming Big Brother: a leviathan out of control

With mounting influence over what we do, see, and even think, the technology giants are changing the world. It may not be long before the sector eclip…
7 May 2021
Tech stocks charge ahead
Tech stocks

Tech stocks charge ahead

The pandemic has catapulted Big Tech to new heights, with the five biggest tech companies taking in combined revenue of $322bn during the first three …
7 May 2021
Three Asian tech stocks that lead the way in innovation
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Three Asian tech stocks that lead the way in innovation

Professional investor Fay Ren of Cerno Capital highlights three of her favourite Asian tech stocks to buy now
7 May 2021
Big Tech on steroids: why the 2020s will be the “decade of the DAO”
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Big Tech on steroids: why the 2020s will be the “decade of the DAO”

Big tech companies have transformed the way we live our lives. But if you thought they were disruptive, you haven’t seen anything yet. As Dominic Fris…
6 May 2021
Semiconductors will go from famine to feast
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Semiconductors will go from famine to feast

A global shortage of semiconductors has collided with an unprecedented surge in demand. But the chip industry has always been highly cyclical.
23 Apr 2021
Arm Holdings takeover: has Nvidia had its chips?
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Arm Holdings takeover: has Nvidia had its chips?

The takeover of Britain’s semiconductor group Arm Holdings by its US rival Nvidia could be running into the sand, says Matthew Partridge.
22 Apr 2021
Lab-grown meat: the new agricultural revolution
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Lab-grown meat: the new agricultural revolution

Vegan alternatives are taking off, but the future of food technology lies in lab-grown meat – cultivating steaks and burgers from animal cells, says A…
16 Apr 2021
Alibaba’s legal woes look far from over
China stockmarkets

Alibaba’s legal woes look far from over

China’s top e-commerce firm Alibaba was hit with a $2.75bn fine for antitrust violations. But this may not be the end of the matter, with regulators e…
16 Apr 2021
Lab-grown meat: how “moo’s law” will drive innovation
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Lab-grown meat: how “moo’s law” will drive innovation

Jim Mellon and Anthony Chow, co-founders of Aim-listed Agronomics, explain why they believe that “cellular agriculture” will benefit from massive long…
16 Apr 2021
Clouds gather over Darktrace’s £3bn stock-exchange listing
UK stockmarkets

Clouds gather over Darktrace’s £3bn stock-exchange listing

Darktrace, the cybersecurity star, is planning to list on the London Stock Exchange. It is a promising company, but its top shareholder is in legal tr…
16 Apr 2021
What’s in Biden’s global corporation tax proposals?
Global Economy

What’s in Biden’s global corporation tax proposals?

US president Joe Biden’s administration recently proposed a universal model for taxing global companies. Saloni Sardana looks at what's involved.
13 Apr 2021
Why LG stopped making smartphones
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Why LG stopped making smartphones

LG, the Korean electronics group, was one of the smartphone market’s first movers. Now it has joined a group of has-beens, such as Nokia. Matthew Part…
8 Apr 2021
International tax competition is under threat – which stocks are most vulnerable?
Global Economy

International tax competition is under threat – which stocks are most vulnerable?

The idea of a global corporate tax regime is taking off, with the US proposing a sales tax on multinationals. John Stepek looks at which companies cou…
8 Apr 2021
The great global semiconductor squeeze
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The great global semiconductor squeeze

The rise of electric cars and booming sales of games consoles, televisions and home computers is driving a global shortage of semiconductors.
2 Apr 2021
Nvidia: a bet on the future of technology
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Nvidia: a bet on the future of technology

Graphics-chip specialist Nvidia will profit from big trends ranging from artificial intelligence to robotics.
30 Mar 2021
How established industries are striking back at upstart “disrupters”
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How established industries are striking back at upstart “disrupters”

Established industry giants are taking the fight to tech upstarts. They will have second-mover advantage, says Matthew Lynn.
28 Mar 2021
Scientific-instrument companies are a global success – here's how to play them
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Scientific-instrument companies are a global success – here's how to play them

Companies delivering scientific instruments – products to measure and analyse our world – are crucial to sectors ranging from telecommunications to ph…
26 Mar 2021
Will Tesla hit $3,000, or are you better off investing elsewhere?
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Will Tesla hit $3,000, or are you better off investing elsewhere?

One of the world’s most successful fund managers believes that Tesla’s share price will hit $3,000 by 2025. Saloni Sardana examines whether that's a r…
25 Mar 2021
Rising bond yields rattle the financial system, sending tech stocks down
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Rising bond yields rattle the financial system, sending tech stocks down

The yield on the US ten-year Treasury has risen from 0.9% at the start of the year to almost 1.6% this week, making stocks  – especially expensive tec…
12 Mar 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: the great rotation and the return of the retail investor
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The MoneyWeek Podcast: the great rotation and the return of the retail investor

Merryn and John look at what's happening in the markets as investors pull out of super expensive growth stocks and into less expensive value stocks; t…
12 Mar 2021