magazine 30 Jun 2022

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Are we facing the end of globalisation? Shares looks at what might happen to food, fuel and factory supply chains.

Discover what makes Polar Capital Technology Trust tick, and whether you could have made more money with a simple tech tracker fund.

Confused by the pension lifetime allowance charge? Shares has all the key information you need.

Find out why Kellogg’s is breaking into three companies and why Unilever might be watching closely.

Learn how the pool of opportunities is growing for fund managers as valuations are cut across large parts of the market.

You can also read about Apple, Fevertree and much more in this week’s edition of Shares.

Warren Buffett’s biggest investment is hoping to regain the market’s favour

The Bank of Mum and Dad has become a crucial player in the housing market  

Payouts from alternative investment trusts are nine times bigger than in 2010

Economic slowdown is yet to be fully reflected in lower company earnings estimates

A 20% drop in price has previously preceded a sharp fall in demand

Second-order effects may be more significant than the default itself

Discover four stocks which are well positioned for the new environment

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

Beijing is easing its tough regulatory stance on the country’s tech and internet firms

The cereal maker’s three-way breakup will give it more focus

The popular investment trust is having a tougher time of late

The recent travails of privately-owned Swedish fintech Klarna have ignited the debate over valuations

Fevertree has several competitive advantages which look robust and sustainable

Higher growth shares are trading on cheaper prices but is it still too early to buy?

The firm is delivering on its side of the bargain and the market should follow

Record may be under the radar for most investors but the numbers look good

The sportswear retailer has staying power and has interviewed high calibre candidates to be CEO

The investment trust finds unusual ways of buying assets at a discount

Investors tend to spot the signs well before economists

What it means, how it works and things to consider