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Real asset winners and losers in Trade War

By: Vince Childers And Michael Penn | 18 Sep 2018

Recent tariff actions by the U.S. and threats of retaliations have put the world at greater risk of a global trade war than at any time since…

Lipper’s Glow: Sustainable finance initiative of the ECedit

By: Ridhima Sharma | 17 Sep 2018

One of the largest hindrances for the distribution of sustainable investments (SRI/ESG) is the fact that fund promoters do not use a common taxonomy to describe their…

Living in a bifurcated market

By: Lud D’hooge | 14 Sep 2018

August was a month of stark contrasts in market performance. It wasn’t just “America First” in politics as the US economy and its capital markets exhibited their…

Ronaldo, Trump and Trade – tackling entrenched belief systems

By: Jeremy Lang | 13 Sep 2018

We all use systems of belief to make sense of the world. Our core beliefs are deeply embedded and tough to shake. The outer layers of the…

What would it take for Turkey to win its economic battle?

By: Emre Akcakmak | 12 Sep 2018

The alarm bells of the Turkish economy did not ring until May, with inflation at 12.1% and the lira down 18% since the beginning of the year.…

Fiduciary duty is no obstacle to ESG integration, says LGIM

By: Emma Douglas | 12 Sep 2018

Trustees of pension schemes have a duty to make decisions in the best interest of scheme members, and the new proposals from the Department of Work and…

Ten years on from the financial crisis, have we learned enough?

By: Graham Bishop | 10 Sep 2018

Fear and greed typically characterise the beginning and end of economic cycles (the natural fluctuations between periods of growth and recession). But although the basic fundamentals defining…

Investigations of performance fees—a new threat for the European funds industry?

By: Detlef Glow | 10 Sep 2018

The Central Bank of Ireland issued an industry letter on its thematic review of UCITS Performance fees right after my last Monday Morning Memo: Is it only…

Value poised to make a return

By: Fabrizio Quirighetti | 10 Sep 2018

The Turkish lira crisis and contained contagion in vulnerable emerging market (EM) assets have not derailed the overall supportive global economic backdrop. This is especially true for…

What prolonged illiquidity means for credit markets

By: Mohammed Kazmi | 31 Aug 2018

Plenty has been written about quantitative tightening and its effect on duration and yield curves. Less has been said about what a more hawkish monetary policy will…

Why Europe’s investors are heading for the Dutch mortgage market

By: Emmanuel Issanchou | 30 Aug 2018

The Netherlands is well known for the stability of its economy, and its mortgage market is no exception. Even during the financial crisis, losses in this market…

Trade tariff madness will hurt companies it’s meant to protect

By: Randeep Grewal | 29 Aug 2018

Concerns are growing that an escalating trade war will hit key global growth engines, such as semiconductors and automotive industries. However, the picture may not be the…

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