“Much has changed this year, including the Investors’ Chronicle. It is somewhat fitting for a magazine that has seen so much change and upheaval in its history that this anniversary has been marked by an event that has had such a profound effect, not just on our lives but the market too.”
John Hughman, Editor and Rosie Carr, Deputy Editor
At the end of a difficult year, we’re immensely proud to share our bumper relaunch anniversary issue. We’ve squeezed a lot in and we think there is something for everyone.
John and Rosie’s top picks
"31 FTSE 100 companies made a statement on racial diversity matters in 2021"
Forces for good, or not?
“$1.2trn of ESG money is now managed globally” Philip Ryland says responsible investing is getting its act together. With guest contributor Gillian Tett.
Megan Boxall isn’t so sure. Is ESG the next big fraud? What will 2021 reveal when the tide washes out? With guest contributor Carson Block
Regardless of your opinion, it’s worth paying attention to big trends, as Nilushi Karunaratne examines here.
While the outlook for the oil market is looking a little clearer after a turbulent year, according to Alex Hamer
IC experts help you make sense of the year
There are many uncertainties ahead for the economy in 2021, according to Chris Dillow and the road back to normality will be long
People are right to compare tech IPO valuations with the late 1990s, but established tech companies still have lots to offer investors, says Phil Oakley
Daily cases of coronavirus have fluctuated in the UK throughout the year
The challenges posed by coronavirus have changed the outlook for many industries. Click on the links below to find out more.
Scientific innovation has accelerated in 2020 and that will benefit the public and investors alike
Six consumer habits that could be set for lasting change as the effects of the pandemic continue
Understanding your asset options
Emma Powell and Mark Robinson examine the outlook for various investment options
"The five biggest tech companies now contribute almost a quarter of the value of the S&P 500"
Can the sector’s dominance continue in 2020, or will challenges trip the companies up? Lauren Almeida examines the issues here.
Understand your international investment opportunities
Key Questions for 2021: The professionals’ view
Leonora Walters asks 11 fund managers to set out their views on some of the biggest issues for the coming year. Click here to read the full article.