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Tycoons fold on old-economy assets

Some of the smartest business people around are dumping old-fashioned stocks – investors should too, says Matthew Lynn. Before it's too late.
The post Tycoons fold on old-economy assets was first published on MoneyWeek.

The end of the road for PFI

The private finance initiative (PFI) was supposed to save the taxpayer money and improve public services. It hasn’t – and many people want it scrapped. Ben Judge reports.
The post The end of the road for PFI was first published on MoneyWeek.

The charts that matter: the US dollar strikes back

Janet Yellen’s final meeting as Fed governor was more “hawkish” than expected. So investors got a little bit nervy. John Stepek looks at how that affected the charts that matter.
The post The charts that matter: the US dollar strikes back was first published on MoneyWeek.

Neil Woodford is buying more AA shares – I’d suggest you don’t follow him

Since listing 2014, the AA has been a poor investment. It generates cash, but it’s swimming in debt and business is declining. So, asks John Stepek why is Neil Woodford buying?
The post Neil Woodford is buying more AA shares – I’d suggest you don’t follow him was first published on MoneyWeek.

Ramaphosa wields a new broom

Jacob Zuma’s inept and scandal-ridden presidency of South Africa finally limped to a close on 14 February when he stepped down. His successor, Cyril Ramaphosa has a very long to-do list.
The post Ramaphosa wields a new broom was first published on MoneyWeek.

What gold is telling us about the direction of interest rates

The price of gold is on the rise, gaining around 10% in the past two months, and almost 30% since early 2016.
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Stocks bounce, but there’s trouble ahead

After the nasty slip-up earlier this month, equities bounced back strongly last week. Yet the source of all the fuss – the rise in US bond yields and signs of inflation returning – hasn’t gone away.
The post Stocks bounce, but there’s trouble ahead was first published on MoneyWeek.

If you’d invested in: Just Eat and Dialight

Food delivery service Just Eat is growing nicely, while LED maker Dialight has suffered profit warnings.
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