Fidelity International

2018 Top 400 ranking: 67https://www.fidelityinternational.com/

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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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  • ESG now pervasive in Europe and growing in China

    ESG now pervasive in Europe and growing in China

    White papersTue, 19 Mar 2019

    Environmental, Social and Governance issues (ESG) continue to grow in importance at the companies our analysts cover. Just over 70 per cent report that firms are increasing their emphasis on ESG policies, up 12 percentage points on last year. Still, a sizeable share of our analysts (39 per cent) say this is only the case for a minority of their companies, suggesting it’s not yet a concept that’s caught on everywhere.

  • Sector by sector: Analyst Survey 2019

    Sector by sector: Analyst Survey 2019

    White papersTue, 19 Mar 2019

    Among the analysts of 10 sectors, only those in healthcare showed an improvement in sentiment from last year. Consumer discretionary and utilities analysts were the most pessimistic, being the only sectors expecting prospects for their companies to decline.

  • Fidelity Analyst Survey 2019

    Fidelity Analyst Survey 2019

    White papersTue, 19 Mar 2019

    This year’s Fidelity Analyst Survey reveals a corporate landscape of retreating confidence and quiet positioning for lower growth. But while the age of optimism might be over for now, recession is not yet upon us. 

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    State election results and RBI governor’s exit do not change India’s long-term investment thesis

    White papersThu, 13 Dec 2018

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    Price moderation is an encouraging sign in the global housing market

    White papersThu, 13 Dec 2018

    Price moderation in some of the most overvalued housing markets is an encouraging sign that bubbles could deflate in a controlled manner, as it is due mostly to supply-side policy measures rather than to weakness in demand.

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