ESG investing has risen in popularity during the pandemic, driven by concern for the climate and society. With rising costs and uncertain returns on his ill-thought through chicken venture, Will McIntosh-Whyte is reminded you ignore the fundamentals at your peril.
An economic upswing is in force in the US and UK, even Europe is getting its act together. A full-blown boom may be on the cards for the rest of 2021, but that doesn’t necessarily mean smooth sailing for stock markets.
Scammers stole £479 million from almost 150,000 victims in 2020. The problem of financial fraud is worsening, and in particular the issue of fraudsters impersonating organisations like banks, investment managers and HMRC. How can you protect yourself?
Why President Joe Biden’s next 100 days will be far more important than his first.
Sustainable investing doesn’t have to mean sacrificing returns. But fund manager Will McIntosh-Whyte argues even the most noble companies need solid long-term fundamentals to be truly sustainable.
In this session we explore which cities across the world are taking the greenest initiatives and showing the most promise. In the aftermath of COVID19 we see new patterns of work and commuting.
Company profits are bouncing back fast in 2021, but we are not out of the COVID cavern yet. If the virus remains unchecked in South America and Asia, it may weigh on global growth.