magazine 7 Apr 2022

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As a new tax year starts Shares looks at low-cost funds which could help to create a diversified portfolio from scratch.

Also in the digital magazine this week: why Tesla is doing another share spit, why experts are worried about European stocks – despite one key sign suggesting they could do well – and the best performing micro cap funds are revealed.

Plus, why Trainline could still be knocked off track despite a win on ticket commission, the impact of the Ukrainian conflict on ESG investing and how our best ideas for 2022 are performing.

Discover why Starbucks is abandoning share buybacks and what to look out for in Tesco’s upcoming results.

Electric car maker sees valuation top $1 trillion again after 13% run following announcement

Industry had hoped for bumper Easter holiday after two years of misery

Rising prices and falling volumes have already sparked a warning from Morrisons

Founder takes the helm again at Starbucks and pauses share purchases

Examining the case for clearing those debts built up at university early

Its shares soared on a new licence proposal but a serious competitive threat remains

A solid showing sees us lag the FTSE All-Share but beat the MSCI World

How governments, companies and investors react will have lasting effects

Why ETFs can be a great way to start putting money to work in the markets

Experts are worried and say it might be better to invest in the US

We explain how micro cap funds can help you profit from the market’s smallest companies and flag some recent new purchases

Watch out for profit warnings linked to surging costs of gas and electricity

With the events business recovering and growing potential in other areas of the business we see plenty of reasons to be positive

After slow start, prospects now look bright for cloud TV dubbing production technology firm

In wake of Brewin deal company looks well set whether it attracts takeover interest or not

Franco Manca and The Real Greek operator is underappreciated by the market

We would use the recent share price weakness to add to holdings

The recession warnings signs which can be seen in US government debt markets

Our expert looks at how to manage a retirement pot against an inflationary backdrop