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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Genetics: An exciting and investable theme
Depending on how long ago you last attended a biology lesson, messenger RNA (‘mRNA’) was probably not a term many of us would have been particularly familiar with a couple of years ago.
Four areas innovating in green technology
In Central London, street lampposts are doubling up as charging points for the growing number of electric vehicles.
The expanding middle class: why global affluence is a developing trend
Despite Covid-19 sending 100 million back into poverty, society is getting wealthier over the long term
Clean winner: the global transition to carbon neutrality represents a huge opportunity for growth
As governments around the world ramp up investment in green energy, the demand for clean technologies is set to increase
What investors need to know about the longevity economy
As life expectancies rise across the globe, the way people live is rapidly changing. In fact, retiring and elderly generations are forecast to represent 55% of consumption growth in developed markets ...
How the internet and social media have changed the way our minds work
The internet was adopted faster than any major technology in human history.
Five themes shaping the pace of change
Five trends to help make sense of where the world is heading
How we’re living smarter: The rise of home automation
The ecosystem that is rapidly enabling an automated lifestyle
How has e-commerce shaped the logistics real estate space?
The e-commerce boom has left many retailers needing to rethink the structure of their supply chains to meet consumers’ expectations