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MOST READ: Why equity markets could have further to go and Europe's view on Brexit negotiations are among the most popular articles on

James Gard 23 October, 2017 | 9:40AM

What are investors reading this week? Popular on are articles on profit warnings, a bullish outlook from Columbia Threadneedle managers, and why Remain-voting MEP Kay Swinburne rejects Jean-Claude Juncker's vision for Europe.

Why We're Buying Equities at Market Highs

Multi-asset investors Maya Bhandari and Toby Nangle are adding stocks to their portfolios - despite equity market valuations looking stretched

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Brexit is Not a Priority for Europe say Economists

David Davis claims the European Union is stalling Brexit negotiations for cash. But reporting from Brussels, Emma Wall learns that Brexit just isn't a priority for Europe

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Hobson: Profit Warnings Make Me Nervous

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MEP: I Voted Remain But I Would Leave This EU

Conservative MEP for Wales Kay Swinburne voted to remain in the European Union. But she says she would vote to leave Juncker's new vision for the EU

Turn to Alternative Assets for Downside Protection

ESG multi-asset investor Camilla Ritchie of 7IM is upping her exposure to cash and alternatives as stocks and bonds look expensive

Can the Japanese Stock Market Rally Continue?

What has caused Japanese stocks to reach a 21 year high? And how will Sunday's up-coming election impact markets? Emma Wall talks to Mohammed Syed of Coutts

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