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EU auto suppliers say half a million jobs at risk under EU plans to ban combustion-engine cars
And more on growth, value and rates
FT Alphaville has the answer, but we’re not sure Roman Roy does.
In the run-ups to the bursting of the dot.com bubble and the financial crisis, analysts were similarly bullish
The company’s role in the ebb and flow of the stock market is far greater than its $1.1tn valuation implies
Dispersion in returns is a symptom of uncertainty over outlook
Revenue is up, but pre-tax losses are still £188m for the first nine months of the year
Crypto sponsorship deals could be an indicator of irrational exuberance
Value investors and those bullish on growth companies need to look at what they have in common
Stock prices of start-ups climb past established rivals despite lack of sales
The wacky races must go on.
Last month’s profit warning hits the marine engineer
The market value of Elon Musk’s carmaker topped $1tn last month
Adherents of factor investing feel the sting from a long run of underperformance
Strategy of focusing on unloved shares has endured a tough run since the 2008 crash
iPhone maker cedes top spot to its tech rival after weak earnings
An intriguing measure that can be misleading
Appeal of protective derivatives has waned amid repositioning of portfolios
More adjusted ebitda shenanigans in US IPO land.
The famed investor gives his thoughts on a market that’s lost its marbles.
Losses in September nearly dragged the S&P 500 into the red for the period
Many believe they examine assumptions of future cash flows in their decisions, but few do so rigorously and explicitly
Research suggests index funds have insulated US equities from threat of a sustained bear market
UK equities are still below the level at the turn of the millennium