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Six Indian cities have been named among the top 10 emerging property investment destinations for the Asia-Pacific including Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai. According to the report from property consultant Cushman & Wakefield, titled Betting on Asia Pacific's next core cities, most global investments are set to be

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Chinese entrepreneurs and investors are increasingly looking towards the world of art and collectibles in order to boost their investment income, according to new data. The latest government statistics reveal that art is becoming the latest booming asset class, with 2016 sales totalling US$6.33 billion and earning the country the

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London City investment

Britain has remained the most attractive destination for foreign investment in financial services in Europe, according to a new study. New research conducted by EY has revealed that Britain's finance industry attracted 99 foreign direct investment projects in 2016 alone, which was up by five per cent on the previous

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stoke on trent investment

Stoke-on-Trent has been named as one of Britain's latest property hotspots, specifically for investors in the buy to let market, according to new figures. Data collected on behalf of Home.co.uk for property crowdfunding platform Property Partner has revealed that Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire is the best location in the country in

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asian stockmarket

Investors who chose to invest in Asia Pacific equities following the EU referendum will have received greater returns than those who invested in commodities in the past year, according to recent analysis of the markets. According to research conducted by investment firm Fidelity International, Asia Pacific equities delivered 36.89 per

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GreenClimateFund

The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is currently looking into ways to channel investments into forestry projects as a way to help poorer nations with their climate commitments. 60 participants from developing and developed countries have recently taken part in a “ground-breaking” workshop in Bali. Together, they brainstormed how the GCF could

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