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G7 money trends suggesting 10% nominal GDP growth

G7 money trends suggesting 10% nominal GDP growth

May monetary numbers have now been released for Euroland, the UK and Canada, allowing calculation of G7 aggregates.

The business investment cycle is bottoming

The business investment cycle is bottoming

Annual growth of US broad money, on the M2+ definition* used here, rose further to 25.7% in May, the fastest since 1943 and more than 20 percentage points higher than a year earlier.

US monetary scenarios

US monetary scenarios

Annual growth of US broad money, on the M2+ definition* used here, rose further to 25.7% in May, the fastest since 1943 and more than 20 percentage points higher than a year earlier.

Podcast: Understanding the science and investment implications of COVID-19 (part 7)

Podcast: Understanding the science and investment implications of COVID-19 (part 7)

In our ongoing series on COVID-19, Portfolio Manager and Research Analyst Dan Lyons and Director of Research Matt Peron discuss the current state of the pandemic and what investors should consider as the economy tries to return to “normal.”

A long-term perspective on US money and wealth

A long-term perspective on US money and wealth

Recent posts on the “quantity theory of wealth” may have been heavy going, so what follows is an attempt to explain the approach more simply using charts of US data extending back over 100 years.

How strong money growth will boost inflation

How strong money growth will boost inflation

Global inflation is expected here to pick up significantly over the next 2-3 years. This would be consistent with the Kondratyev “long wave” price / inflation cycle, which implies a multi-year rise to a peak in the late 2020s, as well as current monetary trends – G7 annual broad money growth may have reached 16% in May, which would be the fastest since 1973.

Accelerating and emerging trends within U.S. equities

Accelerating and emerging trends within U.S. equities

Portfolio Managers Marc Pinto and Jeremiah Buckley discuss accelerating and emerging secular themes amid the COVID-19 crisis and which companies stand to benefit.

Investing in health care post COVID-19

Investing in health care post COVID-19

Health care’s aggressive efforts to address COVID-19 could have a positive impact on the sector long term, says Portfolio Manager Andy Acker.

Emerging Markets: ‘a rising tide will not lift all boats’

Emerging Markets: ‘a rising tide will not lift all boats’

Daniel Graña argues that a large disparity is likely between the success stories of certain emerging market countries and the failures of others.

Sustainability and digitalisation:  speeding the transition to a low carbon world

Sustainability and digitalisation: speeding the transition to a low carbon world

Hamish Chamberlayne, Head of SRI, explores the advancements made in the digital space and how this is closely linked with a sustainable future.

Making sense of equities in 2020

Making sense of equities in 2020

George Maris, Co-Head of Equities – Americas, recaps equity market volatility in 2020 and what investors should consider as the outlook for the global economy remains unclear.

How do opportunities within Asian equities change post COVID-19?

How do opportunities within Asian equities change post COVID-19?

Andrew Gillan explores the impact of the pandemic on Asian equities and explains why structural growth stories remain intact.