Portfolio Drivers, Sustainability and the "New" Market Forces
The investment industry is at a crossroads between enduring regimes and change. Structural forces, with investors for years to come, include the sustainability transformation. Then there are forces that are disappearing as a ‘new’ normal emerges, like monetary policy regimes. Spotting what matters now and for the long-term can be a game changer.
Explore how hedge funds are adapting to change, how they are embracing innovation and to what extent they have embraced sustainable practices.
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Central banks seem trapped between a number of macroeconomic scenarios. Investors need to anticipate as many of these outcomes as possible.
Putting a price on carbon is a market-based way to tackle climate change and advance the transition to a low-carbon economy.
How have institutional investors adopted ESG investing? What challenges do they face, and what investment objectives can ESG help them meet?
Portfolio positioning stands to be influenced by three key factors: higher inflation, monetary drought and the ongoing green transition.
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Years of easy monetary policy has created a certain market paradigm with which investors became accustomed. That normality is now changing fast.
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Economic growth sensitivity is likely to become increasingly important as recession risks rise. As such, sector positioning should reflect this.
A report which offers investors insights into global trends underpinning the progress towards a sustainable global economy.