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Latest Money Morning articles


We’ve seen the low for the pound – sterling is in a bull market now

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Against pretty much every major currency, the pound is undervalued, says Dominic Frisby. Now, the stars are coming into alignment – the only way is up for sterling.

"What fresh hell is this?” Your last-minute Budget 2017 preview

The Budget is largely a waste of time. But the chancellor is under heavy pressure to “do something”. John Stepek looks at what Philip Hammond might come up with tomorrow.

What Germany’s political crisis means for your money

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This year’s German election was supposed to be dull and efficient. But it turned out to be very messy indeed. John Stepek looks at how that might affect your money.

The charts that matter: an anxious week for markets

Markets had a nervy week, with investors rattled by almost everything. John Stepek turns to the charts that matter to see what they can tell us.

Did one man trigger the Great Depression?

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Some claim that the downfall of Clarence Charles Hatry was the trigger for the Great Depression. John Stepek looks at what actually happened in the Hatry Crisis of 1929.

This week in MoneyWeek: Buff up your profits as the world gets fit

In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: how the fitness industry can help tone up your portfolio; AIM finally makes its mark; and how to buy into the rise of the robots.

The most expensive painting in the world

The sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi for $450m may represent the pinnacle of the global misallocation of capital, says John Stepek.

How to play oil's stealth bull market

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Oil is in a bull market, says Dominic Frisby. And in any bull market, you want to be invested. Here, he picks the best ways to buy in.

The buy-to-let boom is on its last legs – what happens now?

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More and more landlords are throwing in the towel and putting their properties on the market. Is this the beginning of the end for buy-to-let?

Junk-bond investors are getting jittery – do they know something we don’t?

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Investors are pulling money out of junk bond funds and US companies are scrapping new issues. John Stepek looks at what’s rattled the market.

The charts that matter: can Japan lift the iron coffin lid?

Japan’s Topix index has hit the “coffin lid”. John Stepek looks at where it might go from here, and at the rest of the charts that matter.

How America's roaring ’20s paved the way for the Great Depression

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In the latest in his series on history’s greatest market crashes, John Stepek looks at the Roaring ’20s, and how the US went from a booming stockmarket to the Great Depression.

This week in MoneyWeek: Saudi Arabia – a hot new tech startup?

Cover illustration of MoneyWeek magazine issue 870 – Mohammed bin Salman

In MoneyWeek this week: what the upheaval in Saudi Arabia means for investors; a fund that’s returned 12% annually for 127 years; and a one-stop shop for global small-cap stocks.

The UK housing market is in deep freeze – but will that mean lower prices?

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Britain’s housing market is freezing over – nobody wants to buy property at the moment. John Stepek explains why, and where things might go from here.

Three reasons why bitcoin could go to $100,000

Cryptocurrencies – bitcoin in particular – are the bull market of the decade. It’s just possible the price of one bitcoin could hit $100,000, says Dominic Frisby. Here’s why.

Prepare your finances for more interest-rate rises

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Last week’s interest-rate rise was something of a non-event. But be warned, says John Stepek – Mark Carney isn’t finished. The real fireworks are yet to come.

What the purge in Saudi Arabia means for the price of oil

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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the most powerful man in Saudi Arabia, is cracking down on the kingdom’s top officials and businessmen. John Stepek looks at what that means for investors.

The charts that matter: US jobless claims hits a new low

It’s been an eventful week in central bank land, says John Stepek. Here, he looks at how this week’s events have affected the charts that matter most to the global economy.

This week in MoneyWeek: a new direction for China?

MoneyWeek magazine cover illustration 869 Xi Jinping

In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine, where Xi Jinping may take China next; emerging Europe funds for the brave; and why it pays to plan ahead for your old age.

How the tulip mania of 1636 became the mother of all bubbles

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John Stepek looks at what really happened in the Dutch tulip mania of the 17th century, and asks what it can tell us about the financial system today.

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