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China - brighter than it looks

14 Feb 2019, Rob Marshall-Lee

Over the past 12 months we have witnessed a huge amount of market fear over China. However, when considering the 2018 performance of China’s equity

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Overcoming techno fear in fixed income markets

30 Jan 2019, April LaRusse

Investors should guard against irrational fear of developing technologies such as artificial intelligence and consider their potential relevance to a changing fixed income market landscape,

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Meet the Manager: Nick Clay

23 Jan 2019, Nick Clay

Nick Clay has been a member of the global equity team at Newton since 2012. Find out a bit more about Nick’s perspective on investing.

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In praise of avoiding BATs

30 Jan 2019, Newton

Investors who stuck with Newton’s Zoe Kan in 2018 may feel vindicated as the Chinese tech merry-go-round begins to slow.

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An introduction to infrastructure

22 Jan 2019, Jim Lydotes

Jim Lydotes, lead portfolio manager for Global Infrastructure, gives a short update on the strategy and the new ways of investing in infrastructure.   

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Newton's Clay on looking ahead in 2019

11 Jan 2019, Nick Clay

Nick Clay gives a short summary of 2018, looking ahead in 2019 and what is required to navigate the peaks and troughs of the market.

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Markets 2019: Shifting sands

18 Dec 2018

Inflation, trade wars and euro debt are among the potential headwinds for the world's economy in 2019, but that doesn't mean the overall global picture

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Report: making the case for infrastructure investing

8 Nov 2018, The Boston Company

Global infrastructure forms one of the basic foundations of modern society. From highways to hospitals and water supply to waste management, solid, well built and

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Mobility innovation report: key developments across the investment landscape

5 Oct 2018, The Boston Company

Exciting scientific advances in areas such as cellular technology, rechargeable power systems and autonomous vehicles look set to reshape the structure and planning of our

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