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Narayan Murthy: the father of India’s IT boom
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Narayan Murthy: the father of India’s IT boom

Narayan Murthy was a pioneer in bringing American business methods to bear in his home country of India. But now the advocate for “compassionate capit…
4 Dec 2021
Could the oil price hit $150 a barrel by 2023?
Petrol station in America
Oil

Could the oil price hit $150 a barrel by 2023?

The oil price has fallen as a new strain of Covid brings fresh restrictions around the world. But in the long run it’s a different story, with some an…
3 Dec 2021
Ewan Markson-Brown: the joy of small companies
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Ewan Markson-Brown: the joy of small companies

Merryn talks to Ewan Markson-Brown of Crux Asset Management about why when it comes to emerging markets, he much prefers to invest in micro- and small…
3 Dec 2021
Power your portfolio with renewable-energy stocks
Offshore wind turbines
Renewables

Power your portfolio with renewable-energy stocks

The COP26 conference showed that fossil fuels are on their way out. This is a big opportunity for companies developing the equipment and technology th…
3 Dec 2021
Share tips of the week – 3 December
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Share tips of the week – 3 December

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
3 Dec 2021
Three safe bets on the growing online gambling sector
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Three safe bets on the growing online gambling sector

Professional investor Aaron Fischer, creator of the Fischer Sports Betting and iGaming ETF, picks three of his favourite online gambling stocks.
29 Nov 2021
Why Britain’s supermarket chains should take over Europe
Retail stocks

Why Britain’s supermarket chains should take over Europe

Britain’s supermarkets should not sit back and wait for a takeover bid, says Matthew Lynn. They should launch their own for the continent’s chains.
28 Nov 2021
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Two outstandingly cheap UK stocks in an age of mad valuations
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Two outstandingly cheap UK stocks in an age of mad valuations

In these times of nutty company valuations, there is still plenty of opportunity around, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Take these two stocks, for example…
26 Nov 2021
Four of the best digital healthcare stocks to buy now
Share tips

Four of the best digital healthcare stocks to buy now

Thanks to Covid-19, policymakers and investors have become more aware of the wide array of opportunities in the sector. The good news is that we are a…
26 Nov 2021
Share tips of the week – 26 November
Share tips

Share tips of the week – 26 November

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
26 Nov 2021
Tim Hayes: why I'm bullish on US and European stocks, but not the UK
Investment strategy

Tim Hayes: why I'm bullish on US and European stocks, but not the UK

Merryn talks to Tim Hayes, chief global investment strategist of Ned Davis Research, about why he's so bullish on US growth stocks, but not so keen o…
24 Nov 2021
Three British stocks to brighten your portfolio
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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
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
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
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
Post-pandemic recovery stocks run out of puff
UK stockmarkets

Post-pandemic recovery stocks run out of puff

The Covid-19 vaccines have been successful. Many plays on the global recovery have not done so well.
15 Nov 2021
Four of the best new investment trust listings
Investment trusts

Four of the best new investment trust listings

Diversify your portfolio and benefit from rising dividends with these four new investment trusts coming to the market soon.
15 Nov 2021
Three stocks to grow your portfolio while promoting biodiversity
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Three stocks to grow your portfolio while promoting biodiversity

Professional investor Victoria Leggett of Union Bancaire Privée picts three stocks that are working to maintain the planet's biodiversity.
15 Nov 2021
Private equity eyes up high-street banks
UK stockmarkets

Private equity eyes up high-street banks

Carlyle’s bid for Metro may be just an appetiser before the hearty main course, says Matthew Lynn
14 Nov 2021