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By: Darwei Kung
Gold-price setback after hawkish Fed
Workers are viewed as the most financially material of a company’s stakeholders
By: David Bianco
Beyond the reopening
By: Johannes Müller
What central-bank digital currencies might and might not be able to deliver.
By: Christian Scherrmann
Higher inflation might persist for a while longer
Plans to revamp the international rules on corporate taxation are the latest sign of the political pendulum swinging in favor of labor.
By: Stefan Kreuzkamp
In May most risk assets continued to rise, with some equity indices in Europe and the United States reaching new highs.
China's producer price inflation could soon reach a new peak. This is not, however, a harbinger of consumer prices spiraling upward too, nor for new monetary tightening.
All forecasts at a glance
The economy is coping well with Covid-19 but we continue to expect low interest rates. The conditions for risk investments would look good if it weren't for valuations.
Markets and policymakers are finally waking up to the challenges and opportunities of protecting marine ecosystems, while simultaneously promoting sustainable development.
Despite last month's weak payroll figures, the turnaround in U.S. labor markets has been dramatic.
Iran to pick up oil exports?
Rising Treasury yields have historically been anything but bad news for emerging-market bonds. In fact, most of the time this has even reduced their risk premium. Don't underestimate them.
Europe's carbon-pricing scheme is going from strength to strength, increasingly impacting countries with less stringent carbon policies too. Investors should pay attention.