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Understanding the millennials

Future consumers are going to turn the global economy on its head. So says Matt Britton, one of the speakers ...

Labour's Revenge?

Macro economist Torgeir Høien discusses what happens to profits if the labour share of income is normalised ...

Brexit makes waves

By: Trygve Meyer

The UK voted to leave the European Union yesterday. This was a largely unexpected result and the stock ...

Up in US stocks

SKAGEN Global has increased its exposure to the US by 30 percent in a year in which the US stock market rally ...

Cheapest not always best

People often think that the key to success in the stock market lies in buying low and selling high. History ...

The China Enigma

By: Trygve Meyer

Stock markets do not follow a country's economic growth trajectory, and never has this been more true than ...

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