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What do Turkey’s tumbling lira and America’s oil raid have in common?
Global Economy

What do Turkey’s tumbling lira and America’s oil raid have in common?

Joe Biden’s confirmation that Jerome Powell will stay on as Fed chair has sent jitters in markets from Turkey to Texas. John Stepek explains what’s go…
24 Nov 2021
Why Britons are much wealthier than we think
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Why Britons are much wealthier than we think

Britons are much better off and the UK is a wealthier country than the GDP data suggests, says Max King. That’s likely to continue whatever the short …
23 Nov 2021
Making sense of the new minimum pension age rules
Pensions

Making sense of the new minimum pension age rules

The rules surrounding the minimum age at which you can start tapping into your retirement savings have been tweaked, but are still confusing. David Pr…
23 Nov 2021
Is it time to remortgage your home?
Mortgages

Is it time to remortgage your home?

Banks are already starting to prepare for higher interest rates, says Alex Rankine. Should you, too?
23 Nov 2021
What will long-term mortgages mean for the UK housing market?
Mortgages

What will long-term mortgages mean for the UK housing market?

Kensington Mortgages is tapping into long-term fixed-rate mortgages. John Stepek breaks down what this tells us about the housing market.
22 Nov 2021
The power of passive investing – for good and bad
Funds

The power of passive investing – for good and bad

The rise of passive funds has made investing simple and cheap for millions of people. But it comes with huge consequences for markets, the economy and…
22 Nov 2021
Why you should always be sceptical of new funds promising miracle returns
Investment strategy

Why you should always be sceptical of new funds promising miracle returns

Many market-beating strategies could be an illusion caused by the constant search for new ways to sell funds, says Cris Sholto Heaton.
22 Nov 2021
Three British stocks to brighten your portfolio
Share tips

Three British stocks to brighten your portfolio

Professional investor Simon Murphy of the VT Tyndall Real Income Fund highlights three of his favourite British stocks that you might have missed thro…
22 Nov 2021
Two debt-focused funds that pay good dividends
Investment trusts

Two debt-focused funds that pay good dividends

TwentyFour Asset Management’s two debt-focused investment trusts are producing healthy payouts
22 Nov 2021
Shell's move to London is a vote of confidence in Brexit Britain
UK stockmarkets

Shell's move to London is a vote of confidence in Brexit Britain

Shell and Unilever have upped sticks and moved to the UK. The City should tempt more corporate giants in, says Matthew Lynn.
21 Nov 2021
The charts that matter: gold hangs on to gains while the dollar continues higher
Economy

The charts that matter: gold hangs on to gains while the dollar continues higher

The gold price continued to hang on to last week’s gains, even as the US dollar powered higher this week. Here’s how that has affected the charts that…
20 Nov 2021
How the return of nuclear power can help get us to net zero
Energy

How the return of nuclear power can help get us to net zero

Nuclear power was the future once – and now it seems it is again as governments look for ways to meet their net-zero targets.
20 Nov 2021
Cryptocurrency roundup: China doubles down on crypto-ban
Bitcoin & crypto

Cryptocurrency roundup: China doubles down on crypto-ban

Saloni Sardana casts her eye over some of the week's main goings on in the cryptocurrency world.
19 Nov 2021
The climate summit didn’t kill off coal – what stocks might benefit?
Coal

The climate summit didn’t kill off coal – what stocks might benefit?

The COP26 climate summit made a commitment to "phase down" coal. But coal still accounts for a vast amount of the energy produced around the world – a…
19 Nov 2021
Amazon, the great disruptor, might be about to turn payments upside down too
Tech stocks

Amazon, the great disruptor, might be about to turn payments upside down too

Amazon’s ban on UK Visa credit cards is more than just a local post-Brexit spat, says John Stepek. It could be part of a wider plan to disrupt the who…
19 Nov 2021
Spencer Adair: getting rich slowly with “cockroach” companies
Investment strategy

Spencer Adair: getting rich slowly with “cockroach” companies

Merryn talks to Spencer Adair of the Monks Investment Trust about how he shuns “glamorous” growth to find solid “cockroach” companies that thrive over…
19 Nov 2021
Share tips of the week – 19 November
Share tips

Share tips of the week – 19 November

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
19 Nov 2021
The three key risks for investors in China, and how to tackle them
China stockmarkets

The three key risks for investors in China, and how to tackle them

Xi Jinping’s vision for the future of China is very different to the past. Stricter social control and the slow struggle to tackle problems in the eco…
19 Nov 2021
Why the Bank of England must act now on inflation
Inflation

Why the Bank of England must act now on inflation

The Bank of England must act fast on interest rates if it wants to convince us that it is even remotely serious about stopping inflation getting out o…
19 Nov 2021
Jamie Dimon: the “president of Wall Street”
People

Jamie Dimon: the “president of Wall Street”

Since Jamie Dimon became CEO of JPMorgan, the bank has made total returns that easily outstrip its rivals and sits on $3.4trn in assets. What’s the se…
19 Nov 2021
It’s time to buy British stocks
UK stockmarkets

It’s time to buy British stocks

The UK economy remains sluggish and still faces many headwinds. But things are looking brighter for British stocks.
19 Nov 2021
Emerging market stocks fall behind the developed world
Emerging markets

Emerging market stocks fall behind the developed world

The MSCI emerging market stock index is down this year, while developed-world stockmarkets have rallied.
19 Nov 2021
Rising inflation puts central banks’ credibility at stake
Inflation

Rising inflation puts central banks’ credibility at stake

Central banks are running out of excuses for not raising interest rates as inflation soars.
19 Nov 2021
A blow-out month for watches
Alternative investments

A blow-out month for watches

A changing market for watch collectors is putting new brands in the spotlight. Chris Carter reports
19 Nov 2021