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Six months home
The last six months have seen amazing returns from financial markets.
Biodiversity targets, better ageing and ice still melting
The need to set more ambitious targets for biodiversity, why people are ageing better and a new climate change warning.
September Global Macro Monthly & Investment Strategy - Biden his time
The US has seen fewer new virus cases since its summer peak, but the virus is rising sharply in some European countries and across emerging markets more broadly
Monthly Op-Ed - Focus on the swoosh or the push?
The recent dataflow is consistent with our base case: the world’s economy is not experiencing a “V-shape” recovery, but rather is following a “swoosh” trajectory in which after an initial spectacular ...
Can electric vehicles help drive a green recovery?
In partnership with Bloomberg, we look at the potential future of transport - and whether electric vehicles might drive change
Investing to pastures green(er)
The first “partial lockdowns” are coming to Europe. This will raise public deficits as the phasing out of emergency fiscal support schemes is delayed. The ECB seems ready to accommodate.
23 September 2020
European Commission President, Ursula Van der Leyen, announced an even more ambitious “decarbonisation target” for the EU last week, rising from 40% to 55% by 2025.Read more
25 August 2020
There are reasons to be positive about the future of UK dividends as companies start recommencing payments, according to AXA IM portfolio managers Geroge Luckraft and Simon Young.Read more