Where markets and economies are heading next
This collection of insights provides investors with some of the most interesting forward-looking research we have seen during August. Some of the key issues covered below include ESG, Bitcoin (this theme has fallen off the radar of investors lately - but remains pertinent), and the pensions landscape.
Positive correlations between diversity – particularly gender diversity in executive teams – and company financial performance are increasingly present in the literature reviewed here.
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The transition to a low-carbon economy is among a handful of major structural shifts that are rewiring economies, sectors and businesses.
When you short a digital asset, you borrow the tokens from a third party and promptly sell those tokens into the open market.
Uranium mining equities posted positive results in July, rising 2.75%. This marks the second consecutive month of outperformance of uranium mining equities over physical uranium.
Across the Middle East, the importance of water and its associated logistics is reflected by how often water-related infrastructure is targeted by terrorist groups.
The Thai government has announced a planned update to the Power Development Plan, in the frame of the broader new National Energy Plan.
A key question is why Bitcoin does not increase its block size—would that solve the scalability problem? Not necessarily.
After a strong performance in 2021, assets earmarked for retirement fell in 2022 in most OECD countries. Is this a sign of a global retirement crisis?
Using weekly confidential data from U.S. banks, the authors document an unprecedented flight to safety of deposits from regional banks towards large banks in the early 2023.
The impact of inflation and interest rates are just a couple of the factors assessed in this report which aims to enable allocators stay on top of a changing market regime. Where should investment be directed to not only respond to change but to make the most of it? Read this Special Report to find out more.