magazine 4 Mar 2021

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Shares looks beyond China to other exciting global emerging markets. It hears from top fund managers about the best opportunities in these high-growth regions.

This week’s investment ideas include a fund focused on quality UK businesses and a software growth story based in London. There is also a look at how the Lifetime ISA can help with the goal of home ownership.

Find out about the key items in chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget and get the background on the David Beckham-backed cannabinoid products IPO Cellular Goods.

The digital magazine also includes an examination of the latest moves in the bond market as well as the fresh ESG risks facing Boohoo.

Support extended for hospitality and housebuilding sectors as ‘ice age’ announced for pensions, inheritance tax allowances and capital gains tax

Danish online reviews platform prepares for Main Market listing

Campaign raises the risk of the US imposing a ban on the group's imports

Interest rates remain very low in a historical context

This latest IPO brings cannabinoid products into the mainstream

As our educational series nears its conclusion we finish off a detailed analysis of the gym operator

Some of the best opportunities can be found outside the Asian superpower

We review how a selection of our investment ideas have panned out

We reveal how the vehicle works and the best investments for you

Property TV shows have put 50-year old Georgia in the mood for that Andalusian apartment and we discuss a potential plan to secure it

Fixed income funds are under pressure and it could be time to reassess your portfolio

Is remote working an ‘aberration’ or here to stay?

Cloud platform has all the tools needed by modern marketing firms

KITS deal will bring multiple benefits to company and investors

The investor favourite is full of high quality companies which could benefit as restrictions are lifted

The company is building a larger portfolio to underpin its dividend credentials

Recent pull-back makes this an ideal buying opportunity

On average a Tory occupant of Number 11 has been better for  'real returns'

Our resident expert helps with a question on this complex area of retirement planning