AXA IM's Thomas: The opportunities in a 'keep one, return the rest' retail culture

Shopping habits evolving online

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Nigel Thomas of AXA IM looks at consumer spending habits
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Nigel Thomas of AXA IM looks at consumer spending habits

Nigel Thomas, manager of the £3.3bn AXA Framlington UK Select Opportunities fund, has outlined the global trends he is playing in the retail space including consumers' desire to shop online and return as much as 40% of their purchases.

In his latest entry of The Thomas Report, Thomas (pictured) highlighted the "massive secular trends" overtaking the current period of economic repair that is taking place following the global financial...

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