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June 2017 articles

When the result of the UK’s EU referendum confirmed that the UK had voted to leave, markets were initially weaker. [...]

23 June
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‘Value trap’ is a term used by investors to describe an asset that appears to have been under-priced by the market but turns [...]

23 June
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For a system of currency to be worth anything, people need to believe in it – and at present there is no shortage of belief [...]

21 June
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The temptation among investors is to stick to what you know. That is no bad thing. It is a strategy championed by pioneers of [...]

20 June
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Read any media article on artificial intelligence or ‘AI’ these days and you are likely to come away with the impression [...]

16 June
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The UK general election unexpectedly resulted in a hung parliament, where no party had an overall majority.

9 June
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Eurozone equities have made strong gains in 2017. The eurozone stock market, as measured by the MSCI EMU index, has returned [...]

9 June
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The UK general election has resulted in a hung parliament, with no party commanding an overall majority. The Conservatives have [...]

9 June
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May was a big month for Amazon. Not only did it celebrate the 20th anniversary of its stockmarket floatation, its share price [...]

8 June
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Here’s a quick multiple-choice question: What single quality do you look for most in a new car? [...]

6 June
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What is more likely to cause a long-term collapse in oil prices – the electric car or the humble combustion engine? [...]

5 June
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