Investments

How to invest in lumber, whichever way the market goes
Commodities

How to invest in lumber, whichever way the market goes

Wood plays a key role in US housing. Slow growth has hurt prices – but not for long, says David J. Stevenson.
23 Jun 2022
The ten highest dividend yields in the FTSE 100
Income investing

The ten highest dividend yields in the FTSE 100

Rupert Hargreaves looks at the FTSE 100’s top yielding stocks for income investors to consider.
22 Jun 2022
A new headache for the ECB
EU Economy

A new headache for the ECB

Italy, the eurozone’s third-largest economy, has debt of €2.759trn – almost 150% of GDP. A crisis there would pose an existential risk to the euro.
22 Jun 2022
The ten highest dividend yields in the FTSE 250
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The ten highest dividend yields in the FTSE 250

The average FTSE 250 dividend yield is around 2.4%, but many stocks yield much more. Rupert Hargreaves picks the best FTSE 250 stocks for income inves…
22 Jun 2022
Inflation in the UK just keeps on rising
Inflation

Inflation in the UK just keeps on rising

UK inflation has risen to 9.1% a year – far beyond the Bank of England’s 2% target rate. And it’s likely to remain high for some time. That’s going to…
22 Jun 2022
Defensive income plus growth potential? This stock ticks all the boxes
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Defensive income plus growth potential? This stock ticks all the boxes

Telecom Plus has survived the energy crisis that has driven so many of its competitors under, and has emerged bigger and stronger than ever. One to c…
21 Jun 2022
As Ocado’s troubles mount, it’s time to sell
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As Ocado’s troubles mount, it’s time to sell

Online retailer Ocado has struggled to build value for shareholders, and still isn't turning a profit. If you hold Ocado shares, now might be a good t…
21 Jun 2022
The age of delusions is ending – but what will replace it?
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The age of delusions is ending – but what will replace it?

For years, we have been living in an “age of delusion”, says Max King. The return to normality will be painful, but a dose of reality might be a very …
21 Jun 2022
Chris Xu: the retailer with a cult following
People

Chris Xu: the retailer with a cult following

Chris Xu was born to poor farmers in the Shandong province of China. Today he leads a mysterious upstart that is unnerving established fast-fashion re…
21 Jun 2022
Three UK stocks for long-term quality growth
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Three UK stocks for long-term quality growth

Professional investor Blake Hutchins of the Troy Income & Growth Trust highlights three high-quality companies that should grow their dividends.
21 Jun 2022
It might confuse the market, but Associated British Foods is a buy
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It might confuse the market, but Associated British Foods is a buy

Associated British Foods is a unique firm: half food producer, half fashion retailer. That confuses the market, says Rupert Hargreaves, but its divers…
20 Jun 2022
How will the crash of 2022 play out?
Investments

How will the crash of 2022 play out?

Stocks, bonds, cryptocurrencies – everything is crashing at the same time. We’ve seen these kinds of multiple collapses before, says Merryn Somerset W…
20 Jun 2022
Avoid easyJet shares – there are better airlines to invest in
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Avoid easyJet shares – there are better airlines to invest in

EasyJet used to be one of Europe’s most impressive airlines. But now it is facing challenges on all fronts and losing out to the competition. Rupert …
20 Jun 2022
The Brussels effect – how the EU is raising standards around the world
Global Economy

The Brussels effect – how the EU is raising standards around the world

EU standards and consumer protection regulations have a habit of being enforced globally. Why is that? And is it such a bad thing?
20 Jun 2022
A recruitment firm to bet on as the world gets back to work
Trading

A recruitment firm to bet on as the world gets back to work

Recruitment consultant Hays has been volatile, but results are strong and trends encouraging. Matthew Partridge explains the best way to play the shar…
20 Jun 2022
The natural resources industry is in a tight spot – which is bad news for the rest of us
Commodities

The natural resources industry is in a tight spot – which is bad news for the rest of us

The natural resources industry is in a bind. We need it to produce more energy and metals, but it has been starved of investment, plagued by supply ch…
20 Jun 2022
Get ready for the coming oil glut
Oil

Get ready for the coming oil glut

Investors are assuming that energy prices will stay high. History suggests the opposite, says Max King
20 Jun 2022
Why petrol prices are higher than in 2008, despite lower oil prices now
Inflation

Why petrol prices are higher than in 2008, despite lower oil prices now

The price of petrol is at an all-time high. Yet despite oil prices being higher in 2008, petrol was cheaper back then. Saloni Sardana explains why.
17 Jun 2022
Tesco looks well-placed to ride out the cost of living crisis – investors take note
Retail stocks

Tesco looks well-placed to ride out the cost of living crisis – investors take note

Surging inflation is bad news for retailers. But supermarket giant Tesco looks better placed to cope than most, says Rupert Hargreaves.
17 Jun 2022
Here’s why you should consider investing in Glencore
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Here’s why you should consider investing in Glencore

Fifteen years ago, commodity trading giant Glencore was at its lowest ebb. But it has turned its fortunes around, and its future has rarely looked bri…
17 Jun 2022
Central banks are divided – so prepare for more turbulence
Global Economy

Central banks are divided – so prepare for more turbulence

Central banks no longer agree on interest rates. The US is raising aggressively, while the UK is taking a more cautious approach and Japan is sticking…
17 Jun 2022
Share tips of the week – 17 June
Share tips

Share tips of the week – 17 June

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
17 Jun 2022
When will the bear market end?
Investment strategy

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
Investors beware – the 1970s nightmare is back
Investment strategy

Investors beware – the 1970s nightmare is back

It’s too late to worry about a return to the 1970s, writes Barry Norris, founder of Argonaut Capital – we’re already there. The more important questio…
17 Jun 2022