Brexit will affect the whole of the UK – but not uniformly: some places will benefit while others will not. Matthew Partridge finds out which cities will be most affected.
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We’re almost certain to see another financial crisis soon, says John Stepek. And you can blame it all on Richard Nixon.
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India is almost the perfect emerging-market investment story. But don’t just pile blindly into Indian stocks, says Merryn Somerset Webb. There are much better ways to invest.
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Hedge fund manager Hugh Hendry, best known for cleaning up in the 2008 crash, is calling it a day. John Stepek looks at what investors can learn from his career.
The post A final warning from Hugh Hendry – inflation is coming was first published on MoneyWeek.
Britain’s farmers voted for Brexit – yet many rely heavily on EU subsidies, migrant workers and exports to Europe. Are they facing catastrophe? Simon Wilson reports.
The post Will Brexit hurt our farmers? was first published on MoneyWeek.
If we want to regenerate our cities, says Matthew Lynn, we should look at Amazon's list of demands for its new US HQ, and meet as many of the criteria as possible.
The post UK cities should follow Amazon’s blueprint for success was first published on MoneyWeek.
The pound gave us a valuable lesson in contrarianism this week, says John Stepek. Plus, MoneyWeek's charts that matter, and what they tell us.
The post What the pound’s rally can tell us about contrarian investing was first published on MoneyWeek.
Monito is an online comparison tool that provides a new way for people to find, compare and review money-transfer services and fees when sending money abroad.
The post Five questions for… François Briod, co-founder and CEO of Monito was first published on MoneyWeek.
The seeds of City PR firm Bell Pottinger's downfall were sown years ago when its CEO fell out with its larger-than-life co-founder, Tim Bell.
The post Tim Bell: The PR high-flyer who lives for the buzz was first published on MoneyWeek.
From a 19th-century chateau with four acres and a swimming pool in Gascony, France, to a three-bedroom terrace near Fulham Broadway in London.
The post Properties for around £1m was first published on MoneyWeek.
Philip Carret was a value investor, buying stocks in obscure companies that he felt were undervalued, aiming to at least double his investment.
The post The world’s greatest investors: Philip Carret was first published on MoneyWeek.
Many of HSBC's small-business customers haven't been able to access their accounts for months. David Prosser asks what lessons can be learnt.
The post Keeping the bank sweet was first published on MoneyWeek.
With Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell among his pals, David Tang's memorial service is likely to be the most A-list event of the year.
The post The stylish exit of a born magnifico was first published on MoneyWeek.
Numerous dealerships are offering car scrappage schemes, but are they all they're cracked up to be? Ruth Jackson finds out.
The post Should you pass up on car scrappage schemes? was first published on MoneyWeek.
Evicting problem tenants can be a tricky business. Emma Lunn explains how landlords can go about it in the most straightforward way.
The post How to evict unwanted tenants was first published on MoneyWeek.
British car company TVR is back and firing on all cylinders with the updated Griffith.
The post The wild child of motoring is back was first published on MoneyWeek.
Alice Gråhns looks at four of the best golfing holidays during which to work on your swing.
The post Four of the best golfing holidays was first published on MoneyWeek.
There's serious money to be made in antique violins with rare musical instruments topping the Coutts Passion Index for last year.
The post Hail the New Messiah was first published on MoneyWeek.
Matthew Jukes presents a Brunello to tempt even the most hardened of sceptics.
The post A sensual, silky temptress was first published on MoneyWeek.
In the latest of his series on stockmarket crashes, John Stepek looks at probably the worst in living memory: the crash of 1973/74.
The post The brutal global stockmarket crash that hit Britain hardest was first published on MoneyWeek.
In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: six signs of companies heading for trouble; profit from pharmaceutical royalties; and making the stockmarket work for the people.
The post This week in MoneyWeek: how to spot dodgy stocks was first published on MoneyWeek.
Wealth manager Rathbone is boosting its shareholders' wealth, while support services contractor Babcock has seen three years of unremitting share-price declines.
The post If you’d invested in: Rathbone Brothers and Babcock International was first published on MoneyWeek.
Only four deep-diving submersible submarines exist and they all belong to national governments. Stockton Rush is out to change that.
The post Money makers: A trip to the Titanic was first published on MoneyWeek.
Equities are overvalued by pretty much any measure. Does that mean we're heading for a stockmarket crash? And what can you do about it if it does?
The post Are we heading for a big stockmarket crash? was first published on MoneyWeek.
Many Aim-listed stocks if held for two years, are exempt from inheritance tax. Here, professional investor James Rae picks three Aim stocks to buy now.
The post Three solid Aim stocks to buy now was first published on MoneyWeek.
The hack at US credit-scoring group Equifax could prove even more expensive than the cyber attack on Yahoo, says Alice Gråhns.
The post Equifax suffers a direct hit was first published on MoneyWeek.
Chancellor Angela Merkel may be favourite to win Germany's election. But she needs to energise her campaign.
The post Dull but worthy Merkel needs to up her game was first published on MoneyWeek.
At least some in North Korea must be worried about Kim Jong-un's sabre-rattling. Matthew Partridge weighs the odds on regime change in Pyongyang.
The post Betting on politics: A coup in North Korea was first published on MoneyWeek.
Royal Mail has struggled in the years since it was privatised. Should investors expect more of the same? Matthew Partridge investigates.
The post Can Royal Mail deliver? was first published on MoneyWeek.
The Great Repeal Bill, which transfers some 12,000 EU laws on to the British statute book, passed its first hurdle in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The post “Monster” Repeal Bill passes first test was first published on MoneyWeek.