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There are several signals investors and short sellers look for to gauge whether a company’s shares could be due a fall. They range from boastful bosses to suspiciously strong profits, says Matthew Partridge.
US stockmarkets are hugely volatile right now. It’s a shake-up that’s been a long-time coming. Dominic Frisby looks at the state of the markets, and where they might go next.
The sense of panic in the markets has eased for now. But the overall tone has changed, says John Stepek. Here’s what to do now.
Investors in cake shop Patisserie Valerie got quite the shock last week. John Stepek explains how to avoid that sort of thing happening to you.
From art to tech stocks, things are changing fast in the financial world, says Merryn Somerset Webb. And it’s all down to rising bond yields.
Unilever, the consumer-goods giant, is staying in the UK after all. That tells us something important about Brexit, says Matthew Lynn.
John Stepek looks at whether the charts that matter most to the global economy point to the market fall being just a blip, or if this is something more serious.
The good news just keeps coming in Japan. Employees’ earnings grew by 0.9% year-on-year in August, slightly down from 1.6% in July.
Brazil is embroiled in a presidential election full of political melodrama.
More interest rate rises in the US amid a strong economy will raise long-term rates, depressing bond prices and undermining the bull market in stocks.
You might not think of the UK as a market full of promising tech stocks. But our small- and medium-sized companies are punching above their weight, says Dr Mike Tubbs.
At times like this, when the world’s stockmarkets are selling off hard, it’s easy to make expensive mistakes. That’s why it’s crucial to remember what type of investor you are.
Sales of new cars are plummeting. If Dominic Frisby’s experience is anything to go by, that’s no surprise. Soon, nobody will ever need to own a car again. Here’s why.
The way Unilever went about planning the vote on moving its head office out of the UK wasn’t normal and it wasn’t right, says Merry Somerset Webb.
Everyone’s eyes are on US bond yields right now. John Stepek explains why they matter so much to the world’s markets, and which assets are most vulnerable.
Poland’s transition from emerging market to developed status bodes well for its stocks, says Matthew Lynn.
With the US economy continuing to grow apace, John Stepek looks at all the charts that matter, including the all important bond yields.