The surprise departure from Facebook of two executives may herald a turbulent few years for the social-networking giant. Matthew Partridge reports.
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The US president gears up for negotiations with budgets that have no hope of passing. Emily Hohler reports.
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US congressman Beto O’Rourke has announced his candidacy for the presidency and he's off to a flying start.
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Thailand’s election will be flawed, but it’s a step forward. Matthew Partridge reports.
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Given the political mess the country is in, you might assume that Britain was in economic meltdown. But in truth, we are enjoying something of a purple patch.
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New sales techniques, online influencers and structural trends such as growing consumption in emerging markets all bode well for the beauty industry, says Stephen Connolly.
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At its latest meeting, the Federal Reserve surprised everyone by being even more dovish than expected. But markets aren't exactly roaring ahead. John Stepek explains why.
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Book review: Austerity A look at a wide number of case studies to gauge the efficacy of various austerity programmes over the last four decades.
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Book review: Dangerous Hero Tom Bower's biography of Jeremy Corbyn book details his personal and political lives, from his childhood to becoming Labour leader in one of the “great accidents of political history”.
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Book review: The Ultimate ETF Guidebook How ETFs evolved from simple funds that tracked the main indices to more complex smart-beta funds that attempt to beat the market.
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Uranium is viewed with suspicion by the public, but it’s an essential part of global energy production – and we are set for a shortage. Dominic Frisby explains how to invest.
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There are ways for small businesses to mitigate the effect of increased costs of higher pension contributions.
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Asil Nadir systematically falsified the books of his company, Polly Peck, exaggerating profits and sales and making off with millions of pounds of investors' money.
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Overseas investors who put down deposits as high as 80% on property developments have been left struggling to get their money back when the buildings failed to materialise.
The post Off-plan property investments fail to pay off was first published on MoneyWeek.
The speaker of the House of Commons has thrown a spanner in the works of Brexit that will prolong the process even further. John Stepek looks at the risks to your money.
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The winner of next year’s US presidential contest is a tough call to make, says Matthew Partridge. Just don't rule out Mike Pence.
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Venerable investment trust Foreign & Colonial has a proud history, but its share price is in danger.
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Markets are bracing themselves for another monetary policy meeting from the US Federal Reserve. John Stepek explains why it’s so important.
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The average age of firms listed in the US has been rising for three decades. It’s now 20 years, twice the figure seen in the 1990s dotcom craze.
The post Chart of the week: US stocks are getting older was first published on MoneyWeek.
If you're after cheap stocks, head to China and India, says analyst and author Christopher Wood.
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US politicians have share buybacks in their sights. They may be right to do so, says John Stepek – but not for the reason they think.
The post The big share buyback controversy was first published on MoneyWeek.
Few had expected Uzbekistan's president, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, to change much when he took over in 2016. But he has embarked on major reforms, making it a frontier market to watch.
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The Deutsche-Commerzbank tie-up makes no sense and may spark another financial crisis.
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Tax havens have come under scrutiny as governments scramble to fill their coffers. What, if anything, should be done about them? Simon Wilson reports.
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Electric-car group Tesla has had a rough week. John Stepek looks at what was behind it, and at the rest of the global economy’s most important charts.
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India's benchmark Nifty 50 index has jumped to a six-month high following the announcement that India’s national election will take place over five weeks between mid-April and late May.
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If you have any money left over once you’ve used up your tax-free allowances, you could consider a junior Isa for your children. But keep an eye on normal children’s savings accounts too.
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Once considered too risky for an Isa, Aim shares can offer some valuable tax benefits to adventurous investors.
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Looking for ideas on what to put in your Isa this year? MoneyWeek’s model investment trust portfolio might be a good place to start – and for those who are already invested, now might be a good time to rebalance
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If you can stomach the risk involved in backing a company in its early stages, consider VCTs, the EIS and the SEIS. Generous tax breaks are on offer.
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