The World This Week

Last year was eventful for investors to say the least: including the fastest-ever onset of a “bear market” and the fastest subsequent recovery in 40 years.

Blackstone – the world’s biggest alternative investment manager – is incredibly optimistic about the coming year.

They reckon the rollout of coronavirus vaccines will allow America to reopen for business by the end of May, pushing the US economy into the fastest expansion for nearly four decades.

 

 

FIFA have unveiled their official list of the most expensive signings from the January transfer window and Manchester United's new start Amad Diallo topped the charts following his £37million move to the premier league club from Atalanta in Italy. 

Despite this, they still see a good chance that stocks will tumble in the coming months. What gives? 

Away from the stock market, agricultural commodities are booming.

 

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Manchester United's Amad Diallo top of FIFA's official list of January's most-expensive signings

 

Stephane explored why the prices of everything from coffee to sugar are taking off, how you can invest – and what the global repercussions may be. Discover his analysis here.


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