Where To Invest in 2010
Small investors across the world caught a chill in the last couple of years from the icy blast of the credit crisis, especially if they sold off investments in a panic.
So where should we be investing now? Are there still good returns to be made from shares, and do government bonds seem as temptingly safe and secure as they did last year?
Steven Bell, the chief economist at the GLC hedge fund talks to Lesley Curwen. He says for the first time in a long time he's negative about the bond market, but optimistic on the stock market and especially on emerging market currencies.
And Steve Vickers reports from Harare, on whether Zimbabwe's business culture can move on from the ugly patterns of the past.
Plus Mark Tully in Delhi, on India's latest attempts at privatisation.