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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

January 2015: Stick with Japan Central banks in Europe and Japan are set to deliver more QE, so we remain buyers of European and Japanese equities, which are still reasonably valued. In emerging markets, oil importers with big domestic markets, such as the Philippines and India, are worth a look.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Shares in focus: Associated British Foods - the conglomerate baking many profit pies

Associated British Foods is a great business. So should you buy the shares? Phil Oakley investigates.

Company in the news: JD Sports

Phil Oakley tipped retailer JD Sports last April. Here, he sees how the company has got on, what investors should do now.

Every company should offer their workers a save-as-you-earn scheme. Here’s why

The best way to narrow the wealth gap is by making ordinary workers richer, says David Thornton. Share schemes are one of the best ways of doing that.

Place your bets on European stocks

Everyone has their eyes on Mario Draghi this week. But as Matthew Partridge points out, there’s more to Europe than the European Central Bank boss.

Bulletin boards are pure poison for private investors

Internet bulletin boards can be very dangerous places for investors, says David Thornton. They’re certainly not a place for reliable stock tips. Here’s why.

Shares in focus: The Tesco turnaround

Supermarket giant Tesco is restructuring and its shares are on the up. Should you buy in, asks Phil Oakley.

Gamble of the day: A spin-off pharma

There are plenty of reasons why investors should worry about this spin-off pharmaceutical firm, says Phil Oakley. But it’s all in the price.

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