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Kenny Alexander: gambling kingpin with a ruthless streak

A knack for finding good bets and an audacious string of deals has put Kenny Alexander at the top of the gambling industry. Yet his fast and loose style is causing problems. 

Three income investments with downside protection

Richard Parfect, fund manager at Seneca Investment Managers, picks three of his favourite income investments.

Why value stocks struggle during technological revolutions

History shows that value stocks always struggle during technological shifts. But when’s the turnaround?

Why one of the world’s top hedge fund managers thinks it's time to buy gold

Every now and again, markets undergo a “paradigm shift”. Hedge fund guru Ray Dalio thinks we’re near one now. And he’s buying gold. John Stepek explains why you should, too.

Sonal Desai: the Federal reserve is too relaxed

The US central bank is being far too relaxed about the potential consequences of taking out an “insurance” interest-rate cut reckons Sonal Desai of Franklin Templeton.

Chart of the week: sterling’s sea of troubles

Sterling slipped to a two-year low against the greenback this week, and remains around 12% below its pre-referendum level.

The three planks of Boris-onomics

Boris Johnson, our probable future PM, will have to act fast to put Britain back on its feet, say Matthew Lynn.

US tech companies face a new tax on revenues

American technology companies make billions, yet pay pennies in tax. New levies in France and Britain seek to change that. But will they work as intended? 

The charts that matter: the un-inverting of the yield curve

The US bond yield curve turned positive again at the tail end of this week. John Stepek looks at how it affects the charts that matter the most to the global economy.

Currency Corner: what’s next for the euro?

Despite having only existed for 20 years, the euro is the world’s second-most traded currency and the second-largest reserve currency. Dominic Frisby looks at its performance against the dollar and the yen, and where it might go next.

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial pages.

GoPro Hero 7: fun with an action cam

The new GoPro Hero 7 Black improves on an already acclaimed product, says Matthew Partridge.

Houses for £300,000 or less

From a Grade II-listed townhouse in Dartmouth to an apartment overlooking the beach in Penzance, eight of the best houses for £300,00 or less.

This incredible elixir is simply the best

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This deliciously carnal creature boasts incredible intensity and fabulous, ululating tannins.

VW and Ford join forces to develop electric cars

Car giants VW and Ford are pooling their resources to focus on electric vehicles and driverless cars. What are the odds of success? Matthew Partridge reports.

AMLO’s mess in Mexico

The resignation of Mexico’s finance minister has cast a shadow over Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), Mexico’s “leftist firebrand” leader.

Thomas Cook’s holiday nightmare

High debt, fierce competition and one-off factors have pushed tour operator Thomas Cook to the brink of bankruptcy.

China’s economic growth hits a 27-year low

The release this week of second-quarter economic figures revealed that China’s economy is growing at its slowest pace in 27 years.

Investors are going bonkers for bonds

In a further sign of the mania gripping the bond market, Germany issued €3.15bn of zero-interest ten-year bonds last week.

A tough road ahead for new EU president

The new president of the European Commission, Germany’s Ursula von der Leyen, has her work cut out.

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