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2022 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK
How should investors prepare for 2022?
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Daniel Sullivan, Head of Global Natural Resources, discusses what COP26 means for natural resources investors and the opportunities arising from a climate-conscious world.
Investor versatility will be key as the economic recovery faces a fresh set of challenges.
In the aftermath of COP26, we provide perspective on key developments and what they could entail for the asset management industry.
During the second week of COP26, delegations have delved into more detailed talks as they seek to make progress before the conference’s close on November 12.
Paul LaCoursiere chairs a World Climate Summit Investment COP panel discussion with academic, business and government experts to discuss the opportunities and challenges that decarbonisation presents across emerging markets.
How natural resources companies – specifically industrial gas suppliers – are supporting the transition to zero carbon.
The global supply chain crisis is creating further tailwinds for industrial real estate, according to the Global Property Equities Team.
Why the stock market cycle could continue in 2022, despite inflation pressures, slower growth rates and tighter monetary policy.
Data security is a large and impactful social issue. The Global Technology Leaders Team examines the rising threat landscape and the cybersecurity industry’s solutions to this global challenge.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell stressed that the November FOMC meeting was more about QE than interest rates.
Global bond markets face a period of transition, driven by inflation concerns and shifting monetary policy.
While the pandemic has increased near-term risk, the rise of innovative and value-added industries should place the future trajectory of emerging markets on more stable footing, Daniel Graña and Matt Culley argue.