Fidelity International

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Head Office
Oakhill House
130 Tonbridge Road
Tonbridge
Kent
TN11 9DZ
United Kingdom
Contact
Ana Quaas
Company website:
https://www.fidelityinternational.com/
Parent Company:
FIL Holdings
Year Founded:
1986
No. of investment offices worldwide:
24

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    Ten years since the crisis: the risks have changed

    White papersThu, 13 Sep 2018

    Investors and policy makers have learned their lessons, but we may be looking in the wrong direction for the next dislocations.

  • global growth

    Global growth: running out of steam

    White papersThu, 13 Sep 2018

    Global growth for the rest of 2018 should continue slowing, with growth in the US, which has been the engine of the global economy, to start losing momentum into year-end. For China too, the direction of travel is undoubtedly downward. These factors could be the triggers that lead to the next bout of economic and market pain.

  • optimising emerging market debt exposure

    Optimising emerging market debt exposure

    White papersThu, 13 Sep 2018

    Emerging market debt can be a powerful diversifier and yield enhancer for global bond portfolios. Yet a common question among investors is how best to allocate to the asset class. 

  • green bonds

    Green bonds: Awakening the green giant

    White papersThu, 13 Sep 2018

    Climate change could be one of the defining problems of the 21st century. Financial markets form part of the solution, but fixed income markets lag in their response. 

  • south african land expropriation

    South African land expropriation will exacerbate economic woes and increase volatility

    White papersThu, 13 Sep 2018

    The decision by South Africa’s ruling ANC party to push ahead with legislation allowing land expropriation without fair compensation will probably exacerbate the country’s economic woes and increase volatility in asset prices.

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