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Bitcoin bounces after Elon Musk weighs in on the clean energy debate
Elon Musk on his phone
Bitcoin & crypto

Bitcoin bounces after Elon Musk weighs in on the clean energy debate

Bitcoin jumped to an almost two-week high overnight after yet another tweet from Elon Musk. Saloni Sardana looks at what the “crypto-king” has said no…
14 Jun 2021
Why it’s vital to keep an eye on your costs when investing
Investment strategy

Why it’s vital to keep an eye on your costs when investing

Costs are one of the few aspects of investing that you have control over. Be sure to use that to your advantage, says John Stepek.
14 Jun 2021
Three global small-cap stocks with big potential
Share tips

Three global small-cap stocks with big potential

A professional investor tells us where he’d put his money. This week: Erik Esselink, European equities fund manager, Invesco, highlights three favouri…
14 Jun 2021
How Covid-19 virus tests fail travellers
PCR testing at an airport in Mexico
Personal finance

How Covid-19 virus tests fail travellers

Covid-19 tests for those wishing to travel are a hassle and cost far more than on the continent.
14 Jun 2021
Nvidia’s Jensen Huang: prophet of the AI age
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang
People

Nvidia’s Jensen Huang: prophet of the AI age

Jensen Huang’s Nvidia started out in computer games. That may have been merely a toehold on the route to global dominance in the tech industry.
13 Jun 2021
The charts that matter: global bond yields take a dive
Global Economy

The charts that matter: global bond yields take a dive

As government bond yields around the world take a big tumble, we look at the charts that matter most to the global economy.
12 Jun 2021
The G7’s global corporation tax: bringing Big Tech to heel
Tech stocks

The G7’s global corporation tax: bringing Big Tech to heel

The G7 group of nations has agreed to potentially historic changes in the way multinational companies are taxed. Who wins and who loses?
12 Jun 2021
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What tougher rules for banks holding cryptocurrencies could mean for investors
Bitcoin & crypto

What tougher rules for banks holding cryptocurrencies could mean for investors

Banks holding cryptocurrencies may have to set aside much higher levels of capital to reflect the growing risks of holding them. Saloni Sardana looks …
11 Jun 2021
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Gillian Tett on how anthropology helps make sense of the world
Economy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Gillian Tett on how anthropology helps make sense of the world

In a special video podcast, the FT's Gillian Tett tells Merryn Somerset Webb why what people aren't talking about is just as important as what they ar…
11 Jun 2021
US inflation is rising faster than anyone expected – but markets aren’t worried yet
Inflation

US inflation is rising faster than anyone expected – but markets aren’t worried yet

US inflation is at its highest in nearly 30 years. But markets are unfazed, banking on it being just a temporary blip. John Stepek isn’t so sure. Here…
11 Jun 2021
Share tips of the week
Share tips

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.
11 Jun 2021
Buying foreign shares is easier than you think – here's how to do it
Investment strategy

Buying foreign shares is easier than you think – here's how to do it

UK investors are increasingly turning their attention to shares listed in the US and beyond. Cris Sholto Heaton looks at five common questions about t…
11 Jun 2021
Anglo American’s coal spin-off Thungela Resources fails to catch fire
Stockmarkets

Anglo American’s coal spin-off Thungela Resources fails to catch fire

Investors have turned their noses up at Thungela Resources, the London-and-Johannesburg-listed South African coal business spun out of Anglo American
11 Jun 2021
The bulls return to emerging markets
Emerging markets

The bulls return to emerging markets

Last month, the MSCI Emerging Markets index outperformed developed markets for the first time since January.
11 Jun 2021
Beware of investing in commercial property
Property

Beware of investing in commercial property

With many companies are planning to adopt a “hybrid” working model once the pandemic is over, the market for office property is facing a reckoning.
11 Jun 2021
Eight of the best Georgian properties for sale
Houses for sale

Eight of the best Georgian properties for sale

From a Grade II-listed Greek Revival-style house in Wiltshire to a Georgian terrace in the grounds of Richmond Palace, eight of the best Georgian prop…
11 Jun 2021
2019 Quinta do Romeu: a red made by rebels and shipped by pirates
Wine

2019 Quinta do Romeu: a red made by rebels and shipped by pirates

This Portuguese red is bursting with velvety bramble and spice flavours and is already drinking perfectly.
11 Jun 2021
Audi Q4 e-Tron: a superlative electric SUV
Cars

Audi Q4 e-Tron: a superlative electric SUV

The German carmaker has finally got the details right for its electric-only models. Chris Carter reports
11 Jun 2021
Five of the UK’s best beaches
Travel and holidays

Five of the UK’s best beaches

From the remote golden sands of Wales to the dunes of Lindisfarne, Chris Carter reports on the UK’s best beaches.
11 Jun 2021
A twist in the tale at struggling cinema chain AMC
US stockmarkets

A twist in the tale at struggling cinema chain AMC

American cinema chain AMC may have secured a new lease of life now that it has become the new GameStop. Matthew Partridge reports.
10 Jun 2021
Cyberattacks are on the rise – which companies are likely to benefit?
Stockmarkets

Cyberattacks are on the rise – which companies are likely to benefit?

The US Department of Justice has recovered more than $2.3m from last month’s Colonial Pipeline hack incident, but questions persist about how the worl…
10 Jun 2021
The simple answer to Britain's staff shortages: raise wages
UK Economy

The simple answer to Britain's staff shortages: raise wages

The UK's businesses are suffering from a shortage of staff. If they want to fix that, they'll have to do the one thing they really hate: raise wages
10 Jun 2021