Don't underestimate the threats to global oil supply

A drone attack took out half of Saudi oil supply. Much of this looks set to be restored swiftly. The attack nevertheless highlights geopolitical threats to the world economy.

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A cycle like no other

The economy looks good now, the outlook less so. That's nothing new in this atypical cycle. Caution is warranted.

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Permanent green traffic lights for sustainable propertiesNew

The future of real estate is sustainable, as also reflected in the design work of the architect Vincent Callebaut. Investors already stand to benefit from this trend today.

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"Bumps in the road"

Boris Johnson's half-hearted attempt to suspend Parliament looks set to backfire. It may well make delivering Brexit even harder.

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An Italian game changer?

The apparent collapse of the populist coalition government in Rome could have far-ranging repercussions for the Eurozone.

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Latest Articles

18. Sep 2019 Central banks

Low for longer, but not lower

Yields are likely to remain low but not fall further. We believe a severe economic downturn would be needed to push them lower still.

16. Sep 2019

Don't underestimate the threats to global oil supply

A drone attack took out half of Saudi oil supply. Much of this looks set to be restored swiftly. The attack nevertheless highlights geopolitical threats to the world economy.

13. Sep 2019 Dividend

Still in love with equities?

There may be few alternatives to equities. However, that is no longer a sufficient reason to buy into every dip.

13. Sep 2019

Emerging attractions

Chart of the week

11. Sep 2019 Equities

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Last chance to de-risk?: Possibly seek dividend yield where earnings are safe

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16. Aug 2019 Commodities

How central banks influence the gold price

Chart of the week

23. Aug 2019 Fixed Income

The sweet temptation of positive yields

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10. Jul 2019 Bonds

Bonds – falling interest rates may cause yields to crumble

Major central banks have given firm indications that they will once again loosen monetary policy this year. This is also weighing on bond yield expectations.

30. Aug 2019

"Bumps in the road"

Boris Johnson's half-hearted attempt to suspend Parliament looks set to backfire. It may well make delivering Brexit even harder.

26. Jul 2019 Equities

Growing valuation gap for growth stocks

Chart of the week

12. Jun 2019 Central banks

Neither cuts nor hikes. So far.

Having just taken interest-rate hikes off the table, the market is putting interest-rate cuts on. Too soon, we think.

04. Jun 2019 Equities

US–China trade war: what investors need to know

There’s no end in sight in the US-China trade war. Uncertainty about the dispute’s outcome is depressing markets.

27. Jun 2019 Sustainability

Sustainability in emerging markets? Something’s going on there

Companies in emerging markets are developing dynamically in sustainability matters.

05. Sep 2019 Central banks

A cycle like no other

The economy looks good now, the outlook less so. That's nothing new in this atypical cycle. Caution is warranted.

30. Aug 2019

America first

Chart of the week

DWS Research Institute

29. Apr 2019 Private Equity

Have your private equity cake and eat it

Up until now, investors in private equity had to choose between the superior alpha of direct buy-outs or a secondary market that offered more liquidity and less risk.

31. Jan 2019 Multi Asset

Multi-Asset Longview

A new DWS study examines the most important asset classes’ long-term return expectations. The "Multi-Asset Long View" offers long-term investors valuable insights for their portfolio composition.

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ESG

24. Jul 2019 ESG

German Corporates & Sustainability

German corporates are faced with significant risks and opportunities when it comes to sustainability and specifically climate change.

26. Apr 2019 ESG

The strategic benefits of microfinance funds

Creating returns while contributing to economic growth and the Sustainable Development Goals by reducing poverty and supporting female entrepreneurs, plus the potential to help improve resilience to physical climate impacts

28. Jan 2019 ESG

Ambitions of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan

The Why, The What and The How

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CIO View

18. Sep 2019 Central banks

Low for longer, but not lower

Yields are likely to remain low but not fall further. We believe a severe economic downturn would be needed to push them lower still.

16. Sep 2019

Don't underestimate the threats to global oil supply

A drone attack took out half of Saudi oil supply. Much of this looks set to be restored swiftly. The attack nevertheless highlights geopolitical threats to the world economy.

13. Sep 2019 Dividend

Still in love with equities?

There may be few alternatives to equities. However, that is no longer a sufficient reason to buy into every dip.

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Media Releases

04. Sep 2019

DWS further improves scores at annual PRI assessment

DWS has maintained the highest possible rating, A+, for Strategy & Governance in the annual Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) assessment.

14. Aug 2019

DWS Completes ca £600m Vita Student Investment

DWS and Vita Group today announced the completion of a landmark agreement which sees DWS acquire a portfolio of “Vita Student” assets for around £600m, on behalf of its real estate funds.

13. Aug 2019

DWS Acquires 50% Share in Super Prime Cold Storage Facility in Queensland

DWS today announced the acquisition of a 50% freehold interest in a prime, refrigerated distribution centre located in Parkinson, Queensland.

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