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Nov 27, 2020 Fixed Income

The case for credit remains strong

A lot has changed, but readers familiar with our previous annual outlook might experience a strange sense of déjà vu.
Nov 27, 2020 Sustainability

Developments banks have teamed up to fight climate change

Handing out $2.3 trillion worth of credit every year, development banks have the means to make a big difference
Nov 25, 2020 Equities

2021 looks pretty good for equities

Earnings growth and "low-for-even-longer" interest rates imply a lower risk premium and higher valuations for equities.
Nov 24, 2020 Macro

The beginning of the pandemic’s end?

We are increasingly confident in our constructive base case for the world economy in 2021 and beyond, but plenty of question marks remain.
Nov 20, 2020 Sustainability

U.S. Federal Reserve to join sustainability club

Network for Greening the Financial System will come to include central banks and regulators from sixty countries
Nov 19, 2020 Forecasts

Our forecasts

All forecasts at a glance
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DWS Research Institute

Nov 10, 2020 ESG

Sustainable Energy Trends: Small is Beautiful

Nov 04, 2020 Multi Asset

DWS Long View - Update

Within this report, we present the DWS long-term capital market assumptions as of the end of September 2020 for major asset classes.
Oct 06, 2020 ESG

The U.S. election and America’s ESG journey

How sub-national actors have taken center stage in climate action
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Investment Topics

Nov 19, 2020 Infrastructure

Infrastructure - 10 facts that every investor should know

The cost of expanding and modernising infrastructure runs into billions every year. But more investment will be needed. Find out what makes infrastructure so special for investors.
Oct 22, 2020 Sustainability

Sustainability: 17 goals that are changing the world

Five years ago, the United Nations adopted 17 sustainability goals. The decision was a milestone – and that applies to financial markets too.
Oct 07, 2020 Fixed Income

Demographics squeezing yields

Yields are hovering at zero percent– are the monetary policies of the central banks the sole cause? No, not necessarily. There are clear indications that demographic changes also play a role.


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