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Trends: Here today, here tomorrow

Trends: Here today, here tomorrow

18 March 2021, 09.30 CET

2020 was a year like no other. It was also pivotal for trends and thematic investing. The Covid-19 crisis accelerated trends such as digitalization and healthy living, and refocused others such as food delivery and working from home. Meanwhile, long-term megatrends such as tackling global warming through decarbonization remained at the front of investors’ minds. Will today’s trends be around tomorrow? Will we see other stocks or sectors emerge? And will value stocks return with a vengeance? All of these questions will be discussed in our latest Digital Explore event, ‘Trends: here today, here tomorrow’.

Trends: Here today, here tomorrow

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