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Three stocks with sustainable dividend growth

Professional investor Ben Peters picks three high-quality companies with both a good starting yield and real dividend growth over the long term.

The case for freer markets

Book review: The Power of Capitalism
Rainer Zitelmann looks at multiple case studies to make his point about the superiority of markets.

Regulators train their guns at proxy advisers

Proxy advisers – companies that advise institutional investors how to vote when listed firms hold a ballot – are opaque, bureaucratic and inept. Time for a clampdown, says Stephen Connolly.

Five questions for: Sanj Mahal, CEO of AndCo

AndCo transforms spaces in pubs, cafes, hotel lobbies and restaurants into co-working spaces during the working week.

The pros and cons of pet insurance

Read the small print on your pet insurance contract and make sure you don’t get caught out by policy exclusions.

Betting on politics: the Democratic presidential nomination

With British politics moving at pace, political betting expert Matthew Partridge turns his attentions to the Democrat race for the White House.

SNP hobbled by internal war

Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party, faces the most severe test of her leadership with her party split from top to bottom.

Macron’s listening exercise

A bold democratic initiative or a cynical political move? Matthew Partridge reports

Drama at Debenhams

The outlook at department store group Debenhams is dismal, while Mike Ashley, who owns 30% of it, has been putting his oar in. Matthew Partridge reports.

The same old Brexit story

Over two years later, nothing has really changed on the Brexit front, says Merryn Somerset Webb. And UK stocks are still cheap.

The high-street brands that are defying the online onslaught

Times are tough for traditional retailers now internet shopping has taken off. But some big names are successfully adapting to the new environment. What are they doing right? Matthew Partridge investigates.

How fund management fees gobble up a quarter of your returns

Fund management fees are still taking a huge bite out of investor returns. And while they may have fallen in recent years, they need to come down even further, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

How Jack Bogle transformed the investment industry for the better

As founder and chairman of Vanguard Group, Jack Bogle, who died last night, pioneered index funds and democratised investing. John Stepek examines his legacy.

What May’s massive Brexit rejection means for your money

What happens after Parliament’s resounding rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit deal is anyone’s guess. Here, John Stepek outlines some scenarios, and explains what it all means for your money.

Good news for gold mining investors – merger mania is gripping the sector

Newmont Mining is merging with Goldcorp to become the world’s largest gold miner. Dominic Frisby looks at what it mean for the sector, and for investors.

Thinking of getting a divorce? Here’s why it might pay to wait a while

All those people breaking up over Christmas would do better to wait until Easter, says Merryn Somerset Webb. They could save themselves a fortune.

"2019 will be the year of the stock-picker” – and other nonsense to ignore

One popular idea right now is that 2019 will be the year that actively managed funds trump passive funds. It sounds good, says John Stepek. But it’s nonsense. Here’s why.

Gold is back in a bull market – it’s time to buy

The equity bull market is over, says Charlie Morris. But gold’s is just starting.

The five megadeals to expect in 2019

Matthew Lynn’s crystal ball is in pretty good nick. Here, he makes five predictions for the year ahead.

What's behind the US government shutdown?

Donald Trump’s tangle with Congress over his promised border wall has led to US government agencies closing up shop. But does that matter much for America’s economy? Simon Wilson reports.

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