Central bankers put their heads together today at their annual shindig at Jackson Hole, says John Stepek. But they're fast running out of big ideas.
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SPONSORED CONTENT Ben Lofthouse, fund manager for the Henderson International Income Trust, on portfolio changes, market performance and trust outlook.
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My Friend Anna: The true story of the fake heiress of New York CityWilliams is a solid writer who does a good job of explaining how she, and other intelligent people, could be taken in by such a crook.
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Many of us dream of building our own homes – but how do you go about it? Chris Menon explains.
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Need to raise money? Look beyond the bank, says David Prosser.
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After the Fall Crisis, Recovery and the Making of a New SpainA book that goes beyond politics to offer a deeply sympathetic portrayal of a country.
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Self-interest was a powerful motivator in making the Edinburgh Fringe Festival the phenomenal success it is today, says Dominic Frisby.
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Carson Block sniffs out stocks trading on dodgily high valuations and bets against them, which unnerves his targets. Now, his reign of terror has spread to London. Jane Lewis reports.
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Review: This Giant Beast That is the Global EconomyA new TV series outfreaks Freakonomics.
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Kailajärvi claimed to have discovered a way to make huge returns from foreign-currency trading. For a fee, investors could join the club.
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Agreeing to lock up your cash can boost the interest rate on your savings significantly. Ruth Jackson-Kirby reports.
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Matthew Partridge weighs up the odds on the candidates for the Democratic Party nomination.
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A professional investor tells us where he’d put his money. This week: Louis Veilleux, Senior Investment Manager, Pictet Water fund.
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Investors are worried that central banks are running out of ways to "stimulate" economic growth, writes John Stepek. Never mind – there's always the government.
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Distressed debt investor and author Howard Marks thinks US stocks have further to run.
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Inverting yield curves and trade wars are all very worrying, says John Stepek. But nothing says "top of the market" like the stockmarket-listing of this company.
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The moment investors have been fearing arrived this week, says John Stepek. But what is a yield curve and why does it matter?
The post The yield curve finally inverts was first published on MoneyWeek.
As competition and costs mount, will the ride-sharing app ever live up to its potential? Matthew Partridge reports.
The post Uber hits the brakes was first published on MoneyWeek.
Ever since the Thatcher era, Britain has been relaxed about the nationality of buyers of its industrial assets. But is that always wise? Alex Rankine reports.
The post Should we protect national champions? was first published on MoneyWeek.
Project Fear failed to move us Brits, but it should really have put the wind up the Germans, says Matthew Lynn.
The post Why German exports are falling was first published on MoneyWeek.
The now infamous yield curve inverted this week, and that's sent investors running for cover. John Stepek looks at the charts that most most to investors to see how the markets have reacted.
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MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
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You know trouble is brewing for emerging-market currencies when everybody starts running for the US dollar, says Dominic Frisby.
The post Currency Corner: hard times are coming for emerging-market currencies was first published on MoneyWeek.
Exchanges taking place under the official radar may seem harmless, but they can have big effects on the wider economy. Investors should pay attention, says Jonathan Compton.
The post How the shadow economy moves markets was first published on MoneyWeek.
With all that's going on in the world, who could blame investors for losing their heads? Just remember to hold on to yours, says John Stepek – and stick to the plan.
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Investors betting that Argentina had turned over a new leaf were given a nasty reminder of the country’s past this week.
The post Chart of the week: Argentina shocks investors (for a change) was first published on MoneyWeek.
Computer gaming has come a long way from space invaders and shoot ‘em ups. Here are seven of the best.
The post Hit the sofa for the summer with these video games was first published on MoneyWeek.
The benchmark Nifty index is now down 9% and has just had its worst July for 17 years.
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While the Euro Stoxx index has rallied 15% this year on the prospect of interest-rate cuts, eurozone banks have been notably absent from the festivities.
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