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  • Powering nickel’s growing demand

    As the push for renewables and electric vehicles grows, so does the need for metals like nickel. Learn more in Marketeye.

  • Demographic Dilemma

    With life expectancy increasing and fertility rates decreasing, the world is experiencing a shift in population structure. See how the change in demographics could impact society.

  • Back to the 70s?

    Flashback to the 70s! Newton portfolio manager Andy Warwick believes we’re in for a decade of price instability, heightened geopolitical risks and volatility. Find out in MarketEye.

  • The rise of AI

    View this infographic to discover the key facts around the adoption of artificial Intelligence.

  • A bargaining chip for the US

    Semiconductor chips are central to the global economy – and sit at the centre of a technology battle between the US and China. Where is demand highest? Find out in Marketeye.

  • US onshore manufacturing on the rise

    The US could see a resurgence of global industrial production over the next 10 years. What does it mean for investment opportunities? Check out our latest MarketEye for more.

  • Championing the planet

    The upcoming Earth Day serves as an opportunity to reflect upon our wonderful planet. While progress has been made to improve environmental health, work can still be done.

  • Urge to splurge

    While recession fears may have some tightening their purse strings, others are spending big on high-end goods. Learn more about luxury shopping trends in our latest MarketEye.

  • Innovation and tech on the menu for the food industry

    What’s on the food industry menu for 2023? A focus on innovation and technology could help drive food sector returns this year says Newton’s Karen Miki Behr.

  • Old economy comeback

    Out with the new, in with the old. It’s not quite as catchy that way round but it provides a pretty succinct summary of today’s investment landscape. Find out which industry has excited Newton portfolio manager John Bailer.

  • Salary vs inflation: Can we keep up?

    Wage growth has picked up in a number of countries, but is it keeping pace with inflation and productivity? Here is what the data says.

  • Eye of the storm?

    After what proved to be something of a perfect storm for the asset class last year, what does 2023 have in store for credit? Insight Investment’s Adam Whiteley explains why credit could be poised for a comeback.

  • The power of infrastructure

    Energy and old age may help fuel the fight against inflation. Newton’s Jim Lydotes says such long-term trends may be key opportunities in infrastructure investment in 2023.

  • Is there hope for the market in 2023?

    After 2022’s financial market performance, one would be forgiven for thinking “2023 can’t be worse?” Read more to find out Shamik’s outlook

  • Emerging markets, China and the road to net zero

    In order to meet net zero targets, around a quarter of all global green investment will need to take place in China. Learn why in this week’s MarketEye.

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