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Reuters introduces new editorial sections on the issues shaping the future

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Reuters has introduced a series of new editorial sections to provide deep insight on topics shaping the future, including the global economic recovery, the future of health, next-gen technology and more.  The new sections, available on, are an essential resource for professionals who need trusted intelligence to make smart decisions. Editors of each section will curate the latest global news and specialist insights, offering both depth and breadth on the issues that shape the future of our personal and professional lives.

Future of Money explores the changing fintech landscape and how they are transforming the way goods and services are paid for around the world.  From mobile payments to cryptocurrency, Reuters examines the digital paradigm shift and its impact on the financial industry. 

Future of Health covers the latest developments, trends and data on the transformation of healthcare. The section examines how pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, policymakers and the patient community reimagine the business of health in the digital age. 

Disrupted explores the innovations and industries re-modelling everyday life through next-gen technology as well as other technological advancements that societies can look forward to in the future. 

Macro Matters is the ultimate roadmap for the global economy, featuring everything investors need to know on how the world is coming out of crisis. As businesses and governments work towards strengthening global markets, it has never been more important to stay informed. Macro Matters is the destination for news, data and analysis on the people, policies and events that will reshape economies, markets and investments of the future.  

The new sections add to other recently launched series on the future of work and the big themes likely to dominate the markets in the week ahead: 

The Great Reboot is a daily check-in for business decision makers, covering the transformation of workplaces and societies. It curates the latest news, features, data and analysis on people, tech advancements and regulatory changes as we re-imagine how our world works, lives and plays. 

Change Suite takes readers through how the smartest minds in business, technology and government are adapting to a rapidly changing world. It presents thought leadership on the opportunities, risks and insights that are fundamental to forward-thinking businesses. 

Take Five is a weekly feature that highlights five of the top themes or news developments expected to influence global markets in the coming week. Take Five uses graphics and illustrations to unpack essential information affecting major market shifts.  

Reuters new series of editorial sections will continue to evolve as new themes on issues shaping the future take center stage. For essential news and insights on the most critical topics of the day, visit  

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