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An investor’s guide to technology

Technological progress isn’t just the driver of economic growth, it also signposts emerging trends and their potential for investors

10th September, 2017
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Year on year, we see new technological progress: most of it helping to improve the planet, make people’s lives easier, increase productivity and generally drive economic growth – a contribution that has not always been fully appreciated because of the setbacks to the global economy from other factors such as terrorism, political instability and the contribution from social media to the rise of wealth-destroying populism.

But technological progress should also keep investors on...

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