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The week ahead: European politics, TUI

The week ahead: European politics, TUI

In a relatively quiet week for company results, package holiday provider TUI will publish full-year results next Thursday. Meanwhile, European politics could grab headlines.

Share of the week: Oil mid-cap takes the crown

Share of the week: Oil mid-cap takes the crown

In a week when OPEC announced its first production cut since 2008, there was only going to be one winner here. Lee Wild reveals who.   

How global markets will react to Italy vote

How global markets will react to Italy vote referendum five star populism Europe

Equity markets have defied the doomsayers after two political shocks so far this year; could Sunday's Italian referendum be the third? Harriet Mann investigates.

How our aggressive winter portfolio thrashed the market

How our aggressive winter portfolio thrashed the market higher risk outperform

In the first month of our seasonal portfolios, our higher-risk basket of shares has massively outperformed the benchmark index. Lee Wild explains how.

The curse of the growth investor

The curse of the growth investor tristel forecast accounting profits valuation

Companies analyst Richard Beddard thinks this AIM share could be a 'very good long-term investment'. But using a simple model to tackle the valuation question causes a headache.

How Glencore is worth a fifth more than this

How Glencore is worth a fifth more than this

Served the last rites a year ago, Glencore shares have quadrupled since. Now, after a bullish update, Lee Wild has found an expert predicting this rally will continue.

The Oil Man: Oil price, BP, Solo Oil

The Oil Man: Oil price, BP, Solo Oil

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Insider: Big bets these two have bottomed out

Insider: Big bets these two have bottomed out

Both these companies have tasted success, but are down on their luck right now. Directors think the sell-off is overdone. Lee Wild reveals why.

Experts name best funds to be in right now

Experts name best funds to be in right now

With uncertainty around in bucketloads, Marina Gerner asks a panel of asset managers where investors should be putting their money.

Stockwatch: this bid target may have 20% more upside

Stockwatch: this bid target may have 20% more upside

Two European giants want to buy this small British company, which is bound to spark a fierce bidding war. Edmond Jackson thinks speculative investors could make money here.

Why FTSE 100 is not doomed

Why FTSE 100 is not doomed technical analysis trends targets Brent Range

It's been a poor week for the FTSE 100, but chartist Alistair Strang is not convinced at the integrity of recent downward movements. Here's why.

Why now is perfect time to be a contrarian investor

Why now is perfect time to be a contrarian investor

Fidelity's Matthew Jennings explains the benefits of contrarian investing, and why growing UK political and economic uncertainty is great news for contrarian stockpickers.

Top share picks for December

Top share picks for December Numis gold Highland Randgold Cairn Genel Oil

One team of analysts has been tinkering with its stock selections, making a couple of significant changes for this month. Lee Wild names them here.

What triggered Daily Mail's 10% surge?

What triggered Daily Mail's 10% surge?

Results for 2016 were better than expected, but the print industry is in decline and the City is split on prospects at Daily Mail, writes Harriet Mann.

How FTSE 100 slumped to three-week low

How FTSE 100 slumped to three-week low

Despite a strong oil sector, financial markets began the festive month in Scrooge-like fashion, plunging to their worst levels since 9 November. Lee Wild explains why.

Here's where Franklin Templeton will invest in 2017

Here's where Franklin Templeton will invest in 2017

There's a lot of market noise right now, but these multi-year secular growth themes should make investors richer, argues Franklin's Grant Bowers - Trump or no Trump.

The Oil Man: OPEC deal, Northern Petroleum, Frontera

The Oil Man: OPEC deal, Northern Petroleum, Frontera

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Has Provexis stopped the rot?

Has Provexis stopped the rot? technical analysis trends targets share price

The firm behind 'fruitflow' tomato extract has plunged since 2012, but is now above its long-term downtrend. Chartist Alistair Strang asks if the worst is over for the share price.

Floats, mergers and meltdowns: 21 years of the FTSE 100

Floats, mergers and meltdowns: 21 years of the FTSE 100

Lee Wild has been in the City almost as long as Interactive Investor. Here, he charts a course through two decades of momentous change among London's biggest companies.

OPEC agrees to "historic" production cut

OPEC agrees to "historic" production cut

OPEC has clinched a deal to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day. Harriet Mann has the details.