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SH Rising fertility in Europe: a demographic shift or statistical blip?

In this paper, we explore the drivers and implications of the recent uptick in fertility rates in Western Europe, assessing the potential for a ‘new demographic transition’ in the developed world….  


– Virginie Maisonneuve, Head of Global and International Equities

– Katherine Davidson, Portfolio Manager, Global Demographic


 

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    Our discussion of immigration is particularly relevant given the debate the subject has created in European politics, and in particular in the current French election campaign.

    We have written in the past about declining fertility rates across Western Europe and the implications for growth, government finances and investment opportunities. However, over the last decade, many countries have experienced an unprecedented demographic development: a significant and persistent uptick in fertility rates, in many cases from ‘lowest low’ levels (


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    For professional investors and advisers only.This document is not suitable for retail clients.

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