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    Emerging markets: Reviewing the outlook for 2021

    The last decade has not been particularly kind to emerging markets. The performance of this particular index, which is now made up of an extremely diverse group of countries, has remained largely stagnant over the past 10 years.  What are the reasons for this stagnation? And what are the prospects for this particular asset class […]

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    The topics that will define 2021

    If we look back on a busy year, we see a few key themes that underpin most of the biggest news – healthcare, international politics and the economy. Covering Covid-19, the impact of lockdown on the economy and the culmination of years of Brexit discussion, these broad themes have seldom been more all-encompassing.  As we […]

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    Our New Year’s resolutions for 2021

    After a year that’s been filled with difficulty and uncertainty, we’re all looking to 2021 to bring better things. We can’t control the situation with Covid-19 and we certainly can’t control the economic consequences, but we can get a handle on our own personal finances to best place ourselves for success and security going forward.  […]

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    2020: A truly historic year for markets

    This has certainly been a notable year for financial markets. The global healthcare crisis has rattled just about every industry there is, while trends that have been in play for decades have only accelerated in the last 12 months.  It has, however, been a positive year for investors on the whole. Moneyfarm portfolios closed with […]

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    Art and finance: Incompatible or intertwined?

    Art and finance are typically thought of as completely unrelated worlds. Concepts such as creativity, sensibility, and emotion are usually attributed to art. For many, they exist in direct opposition to the rational and analytical thought that we commonly relate to finance. At Moneyfarm, we decided to challenge this assumption and make finance and art […]

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