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AgTech Could Reinforce Strained Food Systems

Apr 13, 2022

AgTech Could Reinforce Strained Food Systems

Food systems are struggling to contend with mounting threats presented by the pandemic, unfavourable commodity pricing, warfare, labour shortages, and worsening climatic ... By Alec Lucas

UCITS Thematic ETF Report: March 2022

Apr 12, 2022

UCITS Thematic ETF Report: March 2022

The Global X research team is pleased to release the March 2022 edition of the UCITS Thematic ETF Report. The report recaps ... By Global X Research Team

Q1 2022 Review & Outlook

Apr 6, 2022

Q1 2022 Review & Outlook

2022 is off to a rocky start with inflation, economic growth and the trajectory for higher policy interest rates remaining center stage. ... By Jon Maier; Michelle Cluver, CFA

Equity Income Whitepaper

Mar 30, 2022

Equity Income Whitepaper

Challenges of Higher Inflation and Interest Rates Inflation has reached levels not seen in 40 years, pressuring the Federal Reserve (Fed) to ... By Global X CIO Model Portfolio Team

Sector Views: Locating Profitable Growth

Mar 30, 2022

Sector Views: Locating Profitable Growth

Growthier segments of the market came under pressure as investors began prioritizing shorter duration, current profitability, and dividend income. About 75% of ... By Jon Maier; Michelle Cluver, CFA; David Beniaminov

The Next Big Theme: March 2022

Mar 17, 2022

The Next Big Theme: March 2022

Renewable Energy Energy on the Front Lines In recent years, Europe imported about 45% of its natural gas, a third of its ... By Mayuranki De

The value of an investment in ETFs may go down as well as up and past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Trading in ETFs may not be suitable for all types of investors as they carry a high degree of risk. You may lose all of your initial investment. Only speculate with money you can afford to lose. Changes in exchange rates may also cause your investment to go up or down in value. Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each client and may be subject to change in the future. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved. If in any doubt, please seek independent financial advice. Investors should refer to the section entitled “Risk Factors” in the relevant prospectus for further details of these and other risks associated with an investment in the securities offered by the Issuer.