Digital technology shares are outperforming their peers and are gaining on their counterparts in other industries, as more investors look for better returns in technology stocks than in other sectors, according to a new report.
The new report from research firm S&P Dow Jones Indices shows that digital technology companies are outperforming their peers in technology and the economy at large, while the index also finds that they have outperform their peers on the services side, as well as technology stocks.
In particular, the report shows that companies in the digital media and digital content industry are outperformed on the service side by technology companies, while companies in both sectors are outperformer on the manufacturing side.
While there has been a large increase in investment in digital technology and services companies in recent years, the index found that investors are still more cautious about investing in them than in sectors such as the financial services sector.
Digital technology stocks are also outperforming on the supply side, while technology stocks outperform on the demand side.
The index found a large correlation between the sector and the price of a stock.
This year, technology companies have experienced strong earnings growth in the last year and a half, and have outperforming the rest of the market in the price growth index, according the report.
But in a different part of the economy, a new sector is outperforming in terms of revenue growth.
In the last three years, revenue growth has been at its highest level in nearly 10 years, and this is largely driven by the growth of services companies, according S&P Dow.
While the overall sector has been growing, there is evidence that services businesses are now seeing more of the benefit from the economic recovery.
The report shows the S&p Dow Jones Index of Services Companies (DASIC) is currently outperforming its peers in the S &Ps Industrial Goods (S&) and Computer and Electronic Services (CES) sectors.
The S&pe’s index is up by 6.3% over the last 12 months and the S;P Index of Electronics (EDIS) is up 3.6% over that period.