How the industry can prevent 'greenwash' on ethical investing

How the industry can prevent 'greenwash' on ethical investing

Investment Week news editor Anna Fedorova Despite the growing popularity of responsible investing in the UK, it appears both investors and fund providers have not yet gained a firm grasp of what the word ‘ethical’ really means in terms of...
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Why the outlook for commercial property remains healthy

Why the outlook for commercial property remains healthy

John Cheigh of Cohen & Steers As we approach Q4 2017, we believe commercial real estate should continue to see healthy operating fundamentals in most global markets amid solid economic growth, steady job creation, reasonable new supply levels, and monetary...
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Disrupting the disruptors: What does Uber's London ban mean for investors?

Disrupting the disruptors: What does Uber's London ban mean for investors?

London was shaken up last week by news transport disruptor Uber was set to lose its licence to operate in the city from 30 September, due to a number of failings. The city was divided by the news – some...
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The retail revolution – looking beyond the FANGs

The retail revolution – looking beyond the FANGs

Raphael Pitoun of Seilern Investment Management It is now a certainty that e-commerce will win. A glance at the spending habits of each generation is enough to be convincing, writes Raphael Pitoun, CIO of Seilern Investment Management. Young people spend...
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How much bigger can Facebook, Google and Amazon get?

How much bigger can Facebook, Google and Amazon get?

Ali Unwin of Neptune Ali Unwin, manager of the Neptune Global Technology fund comments on why he believes the big technology giants are still attractive investment opportunities, despite their size and recent regulatory concern. The world’s largest techn...
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Automation and robotics: The next industrial revolution

Automation and robotics: The next industrial revolution

Sophia Li of First State Stewart Asia Automation and robotics are the next industrial revolution – and have been prominent drivers behind predicted growth in Japan, argues Sophia Li, portfolio manager at First State Stewart Asia. The slow pace of...
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Disruptor or incumbent? The hazards of tech investing

Disruptor or incumbent? The hazards of tech investing

Matthew Tillett of Allianz Global Investors Matthew Tillett, senior portfolio manager – UK equities at Allianz Global Investors, examines the pitfalls of investing in technology as well as the benefits. If you’ve paid any attention to equity market...
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Why the long-term outlook for biotech sector remains intact

Why the long-term outlook for biotech sector remains intact

Carl Harald Janson of the International Biotechnology Trust The healthcare sector has been under a black cloud since the US Presidential Election last year, driven by concerns over drug pricing. President Donald Trump’s sharp criticism of the high cost o...
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Gallery: Top ten most expensive classic cars

Gallery: Top ten most expensive classic cars

As all car enthusiasts will know, owning a classic car is much more than just driving around in style. Source link
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Gallery: How to invest in the driverless car revolution

Gallery: How to invest in the driverless car revolution

Experts predict a bright future for driverless cars Driverless cars are expected to be a huge market for investors, according to Goldman Sachs, which predicts it will grow from $3bn in 2015 to $96bn by 2025. Driverless cars are expected...
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