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‘It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better’

Feb 11 2021

‘It Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better’ – The Global Economy in the covid-19 Vaccine Era

Are Chinese Shares A Unique Opportunity? Part II

Feb 10 2021

Part II: Chinese government expenditure plans will create tailwinds for certain industries and sectors, while at the same time providing vital clues for share investors

Are Chinese Shares A Unique Opportunity? Part I

Jan 29 2021

China plays a vital role in the world economy, yet the West is taking measures to curtail its rise. Part 1 in a series of 2

Technology Remains A Key Geopolitical Battleground

Dec 17 2020

Kim Catechis, head of investment strategy at Martin Currie, warns the next decade will likely see increasing efforts to disassociate the two largest economies in the world

US Election & Pandemic Investments – Part 2

Oct 28 2020

While short-term concerns including the US election weigh upon markets, it’s increasingly important to monitor changes to policy settings across different countries in response to the pandemic.

Life Sciences’ New Tools: AI, IoT, Data & M&A

Oct 06 2020

A sector outlook by Deloitte reveals how life sciences companies are turning towards machine learning, data gathering & analysis, artificial intelligence, and other modern day tools to create value for patients and shareholders

Maximising Returns In A New Equity Cycle

Sep 23 2020

If world stock markets are in the early stages of a new equity cycle, where should investors look to maximise returns?

Climate Is The New Deal For Investors

Jan 29 2020

The weather has always been a favourite topic of conversation but it has now assumed an extra, substantial, dimension for investors, Saxo Group asserts.

Recession: For And Against

Oct 30 2019

Market analysts put forward their views on the risk of US (and thus global recession) in the near term.

Party Like It’s 1998

Sep 26 2019

A US recession is not looming in 2020, argues Longview Economics. Rather, 2019 looks a lot like 1998.

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