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Three stocks to overcome Europe’s growth crisis

Europe is in a structural growth crisis, says professional investor Malte Heininger. But these three visionary companies have good long-term prospects.

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Debenhams calls in the company doctors

Early this week, the group seemed at death’s door. The prognosis is not quite that bad – but it’s not good news either. Alice Gråhns reports.

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If you'd invested in: GVC and Pets At Home

Betting firm GVC has been boosted by the US’s removal on its sports gambling ban, while Pets at Home has seen profits dive.

Three Korean stocks that know the value of payouts

South Korean stocks have a history of low dividend payouts. But things are slowly changing, says professional investor Ian Hargreaves. Here, he picks three shareholder-friendly firms to buy now.

A memorable day for Biogen investors

Biotech company Biogen’s promising treatment for the most common cause of dementia has just cleared a key hurdle.

The fast-growing sport investors have never heard of

Esports may sound like a niche hobby for computer geeks, but it’s actually a burgeoning global business that resembles the early stages of the Premier League. Stephen Connolly explains how you can profit from it.

Three solid dividend growers for turbulent times

Professional investor James Harries picks three financially productive businesses that can drive real dividend growth despite the global market uncertainty.

If you'd invested in: Smurfit Kappa and Mediclinic

Smurfit Kappa, Europe’s largest cardboard-box maker, has seen shares rocket, while private hospital group Mediclinic is under the weather.

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Time to throw out Twitter

Twitter is absurdly overvalued and vulnerable to the social-media backlash, says Matthew Partridge.

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