Britain is the Saudi Arabia of the data economy, says Matthew Lynn. It can thrive outside the European Union.
The Federal Reserve has done not so much a U-turn as a handbrake turn on monetary policy this week. John Stepek looks at how that’s affected the global economy’s most important charts.
The world has fallen back in love with gold again and the price is on the rise. It could have further to go yet, says Dominic Frisby – but it could be another false dawn.
Germany’s blue-chips are about to start paying their annual dividends. And there’s a record sum in the kitty.
Most of the funds promising to protect investors from volatile stockmarkets have produced dismal returns, says Max King.
Emerging Europe is having tough time. Regional year-on-year GDP growth slowed to 1.3% in the fourth quarter, and the MSCI Eastern Europe index slipped by 5% last year.
Italy’s GDP has shrunk for two quarters in a row,industrial production is down, and youth unemployment is up. Investors are rattled.
The accounting software market is competitive, says David Prosser – there’ll be an option for you.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial pages.
Stashbee is an online, sharing-economy platform that connects individuals and businesses who have spare spaces with people who need them.
Head to these paradise islands for a dose of winter sun. Chris Carter reports.
Matthew Jukes picks his favourite sauvignon blanc from his recent annual New Zealand tasting.
From a luxury property on Kenya’s Bofa Beach to a former farmhouse in a private coastal setting in Kildonna on the Isle of Arran, eight of the best beachside properties on the market now.
Precision, agility and confidence-inspiring dynamics shine through in the new Lamborghini Huracán Evo.
Matthew Partridge looks at Bernie Madoff’s $64bn fraud scheme.
Marie Kondo’s book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying, has sold ten million copies, and it’s easy to see why.
Theatre review: I’m Not Running
David Hare’s play sets up some interesting questions, but it fails to provide any answers.
Professional investor Mark Wright of Seneca Investment Managers picks three of his favourite mid-cap stocks to buy now.
Media giant Disney is a top-class value stock. Now a move into streaming will fuel growth.
Venezuela’s oil output has been decreasing for more than two decades. But what does the current crisis mean for the oil price?