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The world in 2029: How will investing change?
14 January 2019
Ten years ago the global economy began its long journey from crisis to recovery. The next 10 years will present a different set of challenges, from disruption of the utilities and asset management industries to a crossroads for the Chinese economy. What tools can you use to forecast the future of markets? How will the next recession play out? And how will capitalism cope? Here, Fidelity Answers.
In nine charts: the world in 2029
The next decade provides new opportunities for travel and tech businesses, but also challenges in the form of increased risks to the environment.
Populism will change corporate purpose for good
For the first time, there is enough momentum behind it to move permanently from shareholder value maximisation to a more comprehensive, sustainable approach.
The next recession: zombie killer
Zombie companies have grown in number since the financial crisis. The next recession should kill them off.
Choose your own adventure: China’s economic destiny
What does it mean for the rest of the world if in a decade's time China becomes the preeminent economic superpower, or gets stuck in the middle-income trap?
Podcast: The world in 2029
What could global markets look like in 2029? How will the way we invest change in the future? And why shifts in social norms might affect our approaches.
Bull and bear cases for China in 2029
Fidelity analysts give bull and bear cases for consumption, financial, and property sectors in China in 2029
Power to the people: the democratisation of the utility sector
Power to the people: the democratisation of the utility sector. How battery storage will revolutionise the electric utility industry.
Forecasting markets in 2029: 10 years is a long time in finance
Long term forecasting and how Fidelity constructs its 10-year capital market assumptions .