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2021: Seizing the new reality

2020 has been a year like no other in living memory. It serves as a reminder that crises can strike at any time, and that each one is different. Our 2021 Outlook reports aim to identify the main themes that will drive our new reality in 2021, with Fidelity’s global investment experts weighing in on how they expect markets to respond.

2020/21 Year in review

In the last 12 months, we've witnessed a period of extraordinary change yet despite the odds, markets are holding up incredibly well. Our investment experts from around the world share insights from their region and look and some of the opportunities and pitfalls facing investors in the new financial year.

09 July 2021 | Fidelity International
2020/21 Year in review: Australia

2020/21 Year in review: Australia

Just recently in June, I celebrated the 18th year anniversary of the Fidelity Australian Equities Fund. I have always managed the Fund for evolution rather than a revolution, and this has served us extremely well, particularly through crises like the COVID-19 pandemic.

09 July 2021 | Paul Taylor
2020/21 Year in review: Asia

2020/21 Year in review: Asia

Markets have witnessed a strong rally over the past 12 months, driven by massive fiscal and monetary stimulus, expectations of a ‘return to normal’ and a focus on segments of presumed growth. It is not a huge surprise to see this strong rebound...

09 July 2021 | Anthony Srom
EOFY: A message from Alva Devoy

EOFY: A message from Alva Devoy

As another financial year draws to a close, I’ve been reflecting on just how much change we’ve seen over the past couple of years. In some ways it’s been overwhelming and exhausting but in others it’s really gives you pause to stop and think of just how much we can achieve when we focus on a common goal.

09 July 2021 | Alva Devoy
2020/21 Year in review: Sustainable investing

2020/21 Year in review: Sustainable investing

The last year has seen monumental changes in how investors tackle sustainable investing – with what was once a ‘nice-to-have’ becoming a ‘must-have’ for many. Much of this has been catalysed by the pandemic, which has shone a spotlight on the relationship between sustainable business practices and economic resilience.

08 July 2021 | Jenn-Hui Tan
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