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A portfolio manager at a $21 billion firm shares the 3 best global investing opportunities he sees for the post-pandemic world as governments throw money at reshaping their economies

20 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement Zehrid Osmani believes there are big opportunities ahead for investors as the world begins to exit the COVID-19 pandemic .
They may just have to be patient.
There are fundamental shifts taking place in the global market landscape, says the portfolio manager at Martin Currie - which manages $21 billion in assets - and longer-duration growth opportunities are emerging.
Some opportunities stem directly from the virus, like those in the healthcare sector. As much of the world stimulates their respective economies, Osmani noted that a significant amount of that capital is...
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