Not only has Theresa May spelt out what Brexit means, we're beginning to see a little more clarity in America too, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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The US has a new president unlike any other – what are the implications for investors of The Donald’s dominion? Rupert Foster reports.
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Most FTSE 100 companies could clear their pension deficits in under two years if they diverted all dividend payments to their pension funds instead. Should they?
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Donald Trump thinks the US dollar might be too strong. And that may be true. But it could get a lot stronger from here, says John Stepek.
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As Theresa May outlined her Brexit vision, the pound staged a monster rally. There will be more wobbles, says Dominic Frisby. But the worst could now be over for sterling.
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For anyone investing in or building property today, Birmingham is clearly a better place to be doing it than London, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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Alliance is finally doing what it should have been doing for the last 20 years – offering low-cost, high-conviction and well diversified investment for the masses.
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Excessive executive pay has been a problem for years, with big shareholders failing to control it. But the rise of passive investing is changing that. John Stepek explains why.
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Merryn Somerset Webb talks to investor Mark Slater about how he consistently finds good, growing companies without spending a fortune.
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The problem in the UK housing market is not a shortage of housing but a surplus of speculation called by very low interest rates. Solve that, says Merryn Somerset Webb, and you solve the “housing crisis”.
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The systems that enable top executives to take home multimillion-pound paypackets need changing, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Shareholders need to take back control of their companies.
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The FTSE 100 is on its longest-ever winning streak, boosted partly by a weaker pound. John Stepek looks at what’s behind its record-breaking run, and asks: can it continue?
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Being totally relaxed about a hard Brexit would be Britain's best opening gambit in the negotiations to come, says Matthew Lynn.
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The rise and fall of the tides is an obvious and reliable source for renewable energy. But is exploiting it economically feasible? Simon Wilson reports.
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Audrey Gelman, the inspiration for Marnie Michaels in the TV show Girls has opened a social club for women who want to run the world.
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Many Britons rent out their UK property when they move abroad, says Emma Lunn. But being an expatriate landlord isn’t always straightforward.
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Emerging markets are seen as risky, but they have undergone significant changes in recent times, says professional investor Carlos Hardenberg. here, he picks three stocks to buy now.
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If you're self-employed, now is the time to ask yourself if your business is set up in the best possible way, says David Prosser.
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Theories that Russian intelligence had some kompromat on Donald Trump have been circulating for a long time.
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Pundits have sprung to the defence of the prime minister who has been criticised for wasting time.
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Asset-backed lending is a relatively new product in the peer-to-peer lending marketplace. Ben Judge explains how it works.
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Jeremy Corbyn's wage remains more of an aspiration than a fully fledged new policy.
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If you are at all serious about betting you will want to do your own research. Matthew Partridge explains how.
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Is talk of a crisis in the NHS overblown? Matthew Partridge reports.
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From a converted church in Upleatham, North Yorkshire, to a timber-framed house on the coast in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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The £1m lifetime allowance for pension savings may pose a real headache for hundreds of thousands of savers, says David Prosser.
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Book review: The Retreat of GlobalisationWe've reached peak globalisation, reckons Gervais Williams. From now here on in, the environment for international trade will be much less favourable.
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There's only a few weeks left to get your tax return in. Ruth Jackson runs through what you need to know.
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Book review: Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in CrisisTalk about poverty in the US and you’ll think of inner-city Detroit or Baltimore, says Matthew Partridge. But over the past decade, the areas that have done the worst are in the “rustbelt”.
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Mac King looks at some of the best ways to invest in infrastructure spending.
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