Evolving Economy Insights
The world is changing faster than ever. So, what does this mean for investors? And what should you do to capitalise on these changes?
From insights on the future of retail to the technologies that could help save our environment, you’ll find something in our Evolving Economy Insights Hub that can help you future-proof your investment portfolio.
Read on to discover the latest insights – and investment opportunities – across the five long-term growth themes that we call the Evolving Economy.
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Infographic: 10 ways the longevity economy is changing the way we live now
See some of the ways we are part of the longevity economy - from working out to booking a doctor's appointment
The airport of the future will have no check-in or security lines
The pandemic pause in travel may actually fix flying for the long term, according to experts
What investors need to know about the digital economy
Learn more about the 4 Ds driving growth in the digital economy: Discovery, Decisions, Delivery, and Data & Enablers.
What investors need to know about fintech
Five points that sum up the fintech industry.
10 ways the longevity economy is changing the way we live now
Longevity is about ‘whole of life’ – not just end of life. People of all ages are likely to use goods and services that come under this umbrella – which includes wellness, health and me ...
What you need to know about industrial robotics
The demand for industrial robots has accelerated due to the ongoing trend towards automation and innovative technological advancements.
Post-COVID-19, innovation in healthcare is here to stay
As the coronavirus pandemic has developed, we have been inspired by the coordinated response of healthcare providers, diagnostic testing companies and the biopharmaceutical industry.
Semiconductors: The brain enabling technology shifts
The semiconductor industry has enjoyed significant growth in the digital age - a trend expected to continue
How COVID-19 has accelerated trends in the digital economy
Many companies at the centre of the digital economy have been well-placed to support life under lockdown