Hong Kong’s special status as a global financial centre could be in jeopardy due to China’s new security law aimed at tackling secession, subversion and foreign interference
Trading Strategies 2020
With coronavirus changing stock trading for the foreseeable future, how do investment strategies need to change to reflect a scarred equities market? Our Trading Strategies special report, published in The Times, explores how COVID-19 is changing investments, what is struggling, and the continuing cryptocurrency debate. It examines if this is a tipping point for ESG investing and if responsible investing will become the standard in the future. It also looks at Hong Kong and the geopolitical tensions rising due to China’s new security law. Finally, the featured infographic looks at pricing during the pandemic and which sectors, regions and categories have been hit the most and which have performed well.
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Debate continues to rage over the value of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in a frantic and volatile market
Investments in companies and funds that factor in environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria have fared relatively well during the coronavirus downturn, but is this a sign of things to come?
FXCM’s Michael Kamerman explains how the firm intends to take on the ever-growing exchange-traded fund market with their newest product line: stock baskets
Michael Isayev, head of development and operations of the Exness Group, shares his views on the factors influencing the ways in which people around the world approach investing, with culture playing a big role.
ETX Capital analyst Michael Baker explores how the unprecedented volatility caused by the coronavirus pandemic has forced traders to transform their approach to risk management