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The Final Countdown THE FINAL COUNTDOWN £ 27.3 6.5%


The decline in the price of gold to $1,743/oz during February, the largest monthly decline for four years. Source: World Gold Council


$31.2bn


Inflows into emerging market securities during February, up from $3.4bn 12 months earlier. Source: Institute of International Finance


£1.7trn


Forecast assets under management in defined contribution (DC) schemes by 2030, up from £70bn today. Source: Pensions Policy Institute


$8trn


The assets under management in ETFs globally, with $210bn in ESG vehicles. Source: TrackInsight


€8.5bn


The amount raised by Italy in March from Europe’s largest green bond issuance. Source: Italian government


Quote of the Month


“In the future, meat will be viewed as a luxury that we reserve for the weekend. It will not be a ham sandwich that we eat at our desk for lunch.” Yasmine Svan, Legal & General Investment Management


54 | portfolio institutional | April 2021 | issue 102 74


The number of FTSE100 companies with at least one minority member on its board, up from 52 in January 2020. Source: The Parker Review


80%


The percentage of hedge funds globally that recorded a positive performance in February, with +4.51% being the average. Source: eVestment


100.8%


The overall funding position of defined benefit pension schemes in January. Source: Pension Protection Fund


bn


The amount invested in UK ethical funds in 2020, up from £11.1bn in 2019. Source: Refinitiv Lipper


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