The motives behind Donald Trump's "decertifying" of the Iran deal remain unclear.
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From a 19th-century French chateau in 71 acres of parkland in Vienne to a Grade II-listed castle currently run as a hotel in Otterburn, Northumberland.
The post Castles for sale was first published on MoneyWeek.
The city of Kirkuk is a blow, if not an end, to Kurdistan's dreams of independence.
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The chancellor is under fire for two ostensible reasons. Matthew Partridge reports.
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XP Power designs and manufactures products used to supply, regulate and distribute electrical power.
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John Stepek looks back at Florida’s property boom of the 1920s – and the inevitable crash that followed.
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In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: how to pick the stars of the future; cash in as the world lives longer; and a veteran fund you shouldn’t ignore.
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If one must spend all day lounging by the pool at the Hyatt Regency in Danang, says Chris Carter – one really must stay for dinner.
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It's only a matter of time before stock prices revert to the mean, reckons Wally Weitz of Weitz Investments.
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Several interesting betting markets are speculating when Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond will leave their posts, says Matthew Partridge.
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The doom and gloom about Britain’s economic prospects has had no impact on initial public offerings (IPOs).
The post London IPOs are booming was first published on MoneyWeek.
Brazilian stocks are on a roll. The benchmark Bovespa index gained 40% in 2016 and has notched up another 30% this year.
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Many global stockmarkets have hit new all-time peaks this year. So where can you still find value?
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Life expectancy has doubled in just a few generations, and the trend will continue, Jim Mellon tells Merryn Somerset Webb. That’s an opportunity for investors.
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With the employment rate at a record high and the government determined to reduce migration, only a rise in productivity will boost GDP now.
The post Britain’s productivity puzzle was first published on MoneyWeek.
Estate agents don’t immediately spring to mind when most people think of illegal cartels. But it's worth doing your research to make sure you’re not overcharged for selling your home.
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MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK press
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Professional investor Richard Clode picks three stocks from the exciting tech sector.
The post Riding the hype cycle was first published on MoneyWeek.
Cryptocurrency Ripple was created by a California-based start-up of the same name as a way for financial institutions to make cross-border payments quickly and securely.
The post A new rival for bitcoin – and for cash was first published on MoneyWeek.
Ruth Jackson explains why it’s worth taking advantage of the flexibility these products offer.
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Big changes to the way old age care is funded is inevitable. David Prosser looks at some of the options.
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It takes 76 ounces of silver to buy an ounce of gold. Yet the average over the past century has been 40.
The post Chart of the week: silver has some catching up to do was first published on MoneyWeek.
The video-streaming giant is burning cash like a dotcom. Will investors remain patient? Alice Gråhns reports.
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Many fear that passive investing could lead to the next stock-market crash. Are they right to worry, asks John Stepek.
The post The hidden risks of ETFs was first published on MoneyWeek.
New funds may be grabbing all the attention, says David C Stevenson. But investors shouldn't avoid these veterans.
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Oliver Butt sets out three bonds that offer both a high return for big spenders.
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Picking the start-up stars of the future can be a potential minefield, but listed incubators and accelerators offer some great buying opportunities, says Frédéric Guirinec.
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In a week of anniversaries, some things haven't changed, says John Stepek. Except that today's investment environment is far trickier.
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The rise of the electric car has seen big advances in battery technology. But the real game changer is renewable energy, says John Stepek.
The post Electric cars are just the start – our entire energy infrastructure is being disrupted was first published on MoneyWeek.
Merryn Somerset Webb believes she may have might have a partial solution to the many problems of Britain's dysfunctional property market. It involves inheritance tax.
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