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Where to find value in Africa

A specialist investment trust and a mining stock allow investors to bet on African large-cap stocks, and a recovery in Zimbabwe.

Property crowdfunding: should you become a virtual landlord?

Property crowdfunding is becoming an ever more popular way to buy into bricks and mortar. But think carefully before putting your money in.

Lapo Elkann : The Agnelli scion and his empire

Man-about-town Lapo Elkann came close to self-destructing in spectacular fashion, buthe has since gone on to build his own business empire.

Watch out for the devilish details when buying a holiday home abroad

Costs and ongoing fees could severely dent your income when you buy a holiday home to let abroad.

Princess Eugenie’s extravagant nuptials

The minor royals have been corrupted by celebrity culture and have ideas above their station.

If you'd invested in: Halma and Ophir

Shares in hazard detection copay Halma have risen 158% in the past five years, while those in oil and gas firm Ophir have plunged.

Three stocks to overcome Europe’s growth crisis

Europe is in a structural growth crisis, says professional investor Malte Heininger. But these three visionary companies have good long-term prospects.

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.

The villains behind the financial crisis

Ten years on, perhaps the most surprising thing about the financial crisis is the fact that almost everyone involved got away scot-free. Below, Jane Lewis looks at five of the main culprits – and where they are now.

Peter Schiff: the buck is heading for bust

America is slipping into a recession and yet everybody is blind to it.

Do tracker funds distort markets?

If enough investors were in passive funds, markets wouldn’t work properly. Is that where we are now?

Betting on politics: the senatorial contest in West Virginia

Senator Joe Manchin will have a tough fight on his hands if he wants to get re-elected, says Matthew Partridge.

Debenhams calls in the company doctors

Early this week, the group seemed at death’s door. The prognosis is not quite that bad – but it’s not good news either. Alice Gråhns reports.

Ethiopia and Eritrea embrace peace

This week’s formal reopening of the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea cements a stunning reconciliation.

Far-right falls short in Sweden

But the party has shifted the terms of the debate. Matthew Partridge reports.

Duterte butts heads with the military

Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has had the limits of his executive power exposed after a botched attempt to imprison his chief opposition critic.

Brexiteers call for May to go

Yet the rebels are unable to agree on a viable successor – or a credible Brexit plan. Emily Hohler reports.

Indonesia's currency slides as emerging markets sell off

The emerging markets sell-off has pushed the Indonesian rupiah to its weakest level against the dollar since the 1998 Asian crisis.

South Africa slips into recession

South Africa’s economy fell into recession in the second quarter of 2018, contracting by 0.7% after a decline in GDP between January and March.

Our progress since 2008? Ten years older, and deeper in debt

A decade on from the collapse of Lehman Brothers, it doesn’t look like we’ve learnt any of the lessons of the credit crunch. But the next crisis won’t look the same as the last one, says John Stepek.

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