It's been a savage few days for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but they're bouncing back. Gary McFarlane brings us the latest and discusses events and future direction.
It's certainly quieter on the corporate results front, but some big names update over the next few days and there is always the chance of a surprise.
Woodford Patient Capital remians popular, while broader economic and business trends have resulted in some new entrants. Tom Bailey looks at last month's top performers.
Highly profitable, loaded with cash and a 'reasonable investment', according to companies analyst Richard Beddard, but why isn't it growing more quickly?
Interest rates are rising, but it's still not easy to generate consistent and sustainable income over a period of years. Analyst Dzmitry Lipski tells us how and shares 11 top ideas.
A terrible Christmas has sparked calls for a change in moniker to Carpet-wrong, given little is going right for the struggling floorings chain. Lee Wild analyses this festive disaster.
Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.
Cherry Reynard assesses the outlook for UK and global bonds against the backdrop of a more challenging year ahead.
The investment case is building for this £500m firm, and Edmond Jackson believes this current quiet period will prove useful for long-term buyers.
UK stocks have struggled in recent days and regulatory fears have caused crypto assets to plummet. Chartist Alistair Strang makes sense of it all.
Conglomerates are unwieldy beasts, and so is with AB Foods, where the share price looks magnetically drawn to much lower levels, writes Graeme Evans.
With Royal Mail delivering a healthy Christmas update and offering an attractive yield, Graeme Evans takes a whether there's potential to extend the recent rally.
UK shares are weaker Thursday, but there's always plenty of action and the bitcoin circus is providing entertainment, writes Lee Wild.
Growth appears solid and unemployment is low, both of which should be supportive of equity markets, writes Tom Bailey.
Things have got 'exciting beyond words' at this AIM firm as its oilfield continues to generate interest. Chartist Alistair Strang reads the tea leaves.
Despite the negative rhetoric, many big decision makers think stockmarkets won't peak until 2019, writes Graeme Evans.
Investors caught holding Carillion could have avoided losses. Stockopedia's Ben Hobson explains how you can spot the early signs that a company is in trouble.
Carillion's collapse has far-reaching consequences and shows how closely aligned are the fortunes of UK companies and the economy. Graeme Evans names the winners and losers.
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