magazine 24 Jun 2021

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Shares explains how to get smart with your commodities exposure as times get tougher in the short term for mining companies.

This week’s investment ideas include an Asian fund focused on quality companies and a turned around business with exposure to the fast-growing data centre and electric vehicle markets.

There are also two features examining the relationship between earnings and share prices as well as a look at what you should do if one of your stocks issues a profit warning.

The digital magazine features an examination of the fall-out in the supermarket sector after a blockbuster bid for Morrisons and details of the largest ever new listing on AIM.

Groceries stocks are among the most shorted in the market

Experts hopeful that stock markets can continue to make progress as Fed fears fade

The latest market newcomer show there’s still life in London’s IPO pipeline

A report identifies multi-trillion investment opportunity in areas like renewables and low-carbon infrastructure

Highlighting two funds to help deal with short-term volatility in the resources space

We highlight three stocks to buy with upwards momentum behind analyst forecasts

Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today

Examining how warnings can differ in severity and the questions they pose investors

Good news tends to travel slowly, while bad news travels quickly

Buy to let opportunities may look attractive but you need to consider taxes and fees

An increasing number of oil and gas firms are focused on reducing their carbon footprint

We remain positive about the growth trust’s long-term prospects despite recent value rotation

Industrial property play reports solid full year results

Hipgnosis' quest to boost NAV and revenue continues

Snap up Asia Dragon Trust at a wider than normal discount to net asset value

Volex seems to be well positioned to deliver profitable growth

Discussing the long-term picture after the latest US Federal Reserve meeting delivered a shock