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Australia's economy is set for an “overdue” fall

Australia has dodged recession for 27 years and sailed through the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 largely unscathed. But things could be about to change.

Book in the news: an impassioned attack on corporate culture

Book review: Lab Rats
Dan Lyons’s book is an entertaining attack on the effect that the tech industry has had on everybody’s working lives

The hidden gems on Aim, London's junior market

Aim, London’s junior market, is risky – but you can find solid stocks at low prices. Scott Longley reports.

“Spider-man” turns to the dark side

The lure of wealth draws many peculiar chancers to try their luck.

An alternative to rent deposits

Deposit-free renting promises to shake up the market, but does it really help? Emma Lunn reports.

Two top themes for 2019

Bet on Japanese corporate-governance reform and healthy small US banks, says David Stevenson.

The one way to survive fraud

The hard lesson from the collapse of Patisserie Valerie is that sometimes no amount of research is enough, says John Stepek.

Betting on politics: Brexit bets

Matthew Partridge looks at the various Brexit-related bets available in the market, in the light of the recent parliamentary vote.

Tech giant caught in crossfire

The US struggle to contain China damages business, says Emily Hohler.

Trump backs down over border wall

Donald Trump agreed to halt the 35-day US government shutdown.

Triumph at last for Theresa May

The PM is heading back to Brussels with a majority and a plan. But what then? Matthew Partridge reports.

Tesco wields the axe

Britain’s biggest supermarket is cutting back on staff and fresh food. Will the move prove counterproductive? Matthew Partridge reports.

How to invest in a world weighed down by debt

Merryn Somerset Webb talks with Bruce Stout of the Murray International investment trust about how investors can protect their wealth and make money in our over-indebted world.

New industries bring new problems

Data is the new oil. But its very existence – and the fact that so much more is collected every second – comes with some major problems.

Down but not out: gambling stocks have a bright future

The British gambling sector has been hit by taxes and tighter regulation. But the depressed share prices have yet to factor in the compelling long-term growth outlook, says Stephen Connolly.

Ignore the lifetime allowance and take the tax hit

There’s been a lot of wailing about the extra tax burden once you hit the pensions lifetime savings allowance. But it’s better to just carry on contributing and pay the tax, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

The Fed finally gets it – all that matters is the S&P 500

To the delight of investors, Jerome Powell has finally capitulated and embraced the “Greenspan put”. That could mean a stockmarket melt-up, says John Stepek – and full steam ahead to the next crisis.

Doctors shouldn’t get special treatment for their pensions

Doctors whose pensions are too big want an exemption from the lifetime allowance. They shouldn’t get it, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

Why we could soon see peace break out in the trade wars

Both Donald Trump and Xi Jinping want to strike a deal in the US-China trade wars says John Redwood. But they both need to claim a victory.

Back on the Brexit merry-go-round, and what it means for your money

After another Brexit vote in Parliament, it looks like we’re back where we were a week ago. John Stepek looks at the market’s reaction, and what’s likely to happen next.

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