Our fixed income team analyzes inflation trends across emerging markets, highlighting the vast heterogeneity across regions and countries. They acknowledge that a large part of the reflation story is linked to low base effects from 2020, which are transitory. Artykuł Inflation Trends Across Emerging Markets pochodzi z serwisu Investment Adventures in Emerging Markets.
China broke out of its usual pattern of daily liquidity operations by boosting cash injections into the financial system, after the country’s stocks and bonds tanked on regulatory risks.The People’s Bank of China pumped in 30 billion yuan (US$4.6 billion) of liquidity into the financial system with seven-day reverse repurchase agreements, resulting in a net injection of 20 billion yuan on…
China recently issued new regulatory policy on the internet education sector, which outlines factors such as how and when such companies can operate, as well as offering guidance on investing in them. Our Emerging Markets Equity team answers some of the key questions it has received on the topic.
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The David Rockefeller Fund and Wespath Institutional Investors explain how they are engaging managers, and holding them to account, in the drive to net zero integration.
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Neutrality has long been a foundational principle of humanitarian action, with international actors often viewed as the only ones who can provide aid without taking sides. But there is nothing wrong with having a political view and hoping your side will win, and the belief that there is delegitimizes locally led aid at a time when it is desperately needed.
Significant middle office problems account for majority of settlement failures
27/07/2021 - 10:03am
A total of 60 per cent of institutions believe that settlement failures attributed to inadequacies of the middle-office are still a significant problem in their organisation, according to a new global survey conducted by Torstone Technology, a SaaS…
Better-off countries should be concerned by the north-south divide caused by the pandemic
Failure to help poor countries ‘could cost global economy $4.5tn’
Given the ebbs and flows of the Covid-19 pandemic, the International Monetary Fund’s assessment of the state of the global economy has changed little over the past three months. Back in April the IMF said world growth would be…
Chinese companies listed on US stock exchanges must disclose the risks of the Chinese government interfering in their businesses as part of their regular reporting obligations, a top US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official said on Monday.Democratic commissioner Allison Lee’s comments are the first by an SEC official since Chinese regulators launched a massive cyber probe of ride-…
UK institutional investors show concern over economy coming out of pandemic
28/07/2021 - 2:32pm
Almost forty per cent of UK institutional investors are optimistic about the economy as the country emerges from the pandemic, according to the latest Institutional Investor Compass Survey from MFS Investment Management.
The survey found that almost half…
Bulletin 128 By Louis Rossouw COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. Summary High-income countries are progressing rapidly with vaccination and are starting to consider the use of booster shots where many low-income countries are … Continue reading →