FIF 2024: Infrastructure, AI and obesity drugs are the next 'big things' for investors

Royal London AM’s Mike Fox

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Manufacturing and data infrastructure, as well as generative AI and obesity drugs, are growing investment trends despite macroeconomic and geopolitical concerns, said Mike Fox, head of sustainable investments at Royal London Asset Management.

Speaking at the Future of Investment Festival today (5 June), Fox dismissed worries about macro and geopolitical predictions, advising investors to look at promising investment trends instead, adding that sustainable funds will be a "great fit" for the recent developments in infrastructure, digitisation and healthcare. His predictions come at a time when investors are growing wary of economic hardship and a more tense geopolitical climate, with China taking an increasingly assertive stance against the West and the US increasingly resorting to protectionist policies to protect its manufac...

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