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How to fend off eBay scammers

Auction site eBay offers only limited protection to both buyers and sellers, says Ruth Jackson. But there are steps you can take to avoid being conned.

Albert Edwards: investors are facing the four horsemen of the apocalypse

The big four issues facing markets right now: a jump in US bond yields; an escalating trade war; weakening emerging-market currencies; and the battle in the eurozone over Italy’s budget plans.

Alisa Zotimova: a happy ending for a failed Russian actress

Six years ago, Alisa Zotimova came to terms with the fact that she would never realise her childhood dream of becoming an actress, so she used her savings to set up AZ Real Estate, which now boasts an annual turnover of over £1m.

BMW X5: a punchy and refined SUV

The all-new BMW X5 still impresses and is now better than ever.

All aboard for three amazing railway journeys

The slow pace of a good railway journey is reminiscent of a more graceful age.

A mind-blowingly sensual Spanish red

2015 La Dama
This sensational Spanish red possesses elemental power and uncommon grace, says Matthew Jukes.

Properties for sale for around £600,000

From a 16th-century cottage in Cambridge, to a ninth-floor flat with City views in east London’s Manhattan Plaza development, eight of the best properties for sale for around £600,000.

Take steps to avoid your portfolio doing “a Valerie”

How can you prevent a disaster like Patisserie Valerie’s share suspension from ruining your portfolio?

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.

Profits in the pipeline

Shares in German biotech MorphoSys firm could double as the royalties start to roll in, says Mike Tubbs.

Food for thought: investing in the future of food

Professional investor Stéphane Soussan picks three stocks that can help feed the world’s rapidly growing population and hand investors a satisfying return.

Book in the news: the death of US democracy?

Book review: The Fifth Risk
Meticulous research lets Michael Lewis make a convincing case that faith in government has eroded alarmingly in recent years.

No classic, but an enjoyable read

Book review: Lake Success
Gary Shteyngart manages to capture the absurdity of financiers and their big-money world.

Book of the week: The Future of Capitalism

Book review: The Future of Capitalism
Professor Paul Collier of Oxford University outlines why he believes trust in our public institutions and business has collapsed.

Bruising in Bavaria for troubled Merkel

Angela Merkle’s sister party, the Christian Social Union, has suffered heavy losses in Bavaria.

Scrapheap beckons for Universal Credit

Tories’ big welfare reform is set to be ditched. Matthew Partridge reports.

Blind eye turned to dodgy dosh

An Unexplained Wealth Order for an Azeri shopaholic is a tiny step towards combating illicit cash.

What How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying teaches you about herding

Matthew Partridge explains what the business-based musical can teach investors about the dangers of going with the crowd.

The cookie crumbles for Luke Johnson

Serial entrepreneur and business pundit Luke Johnson was supposed to have a knack for spotting successful restaurant formats. The Patisserie Valerie scandal has taken a bite out of his reputation. Jane Lewis reports.

Five questions for... Nakul Sharma, CEO of Hostmaker

Hostmaker is a property-management company with the all-embracing aim of bringing a five-star hotel service to homes.

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