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By: Ulrike Kastens
Covid-19 infection rates are on the rise again. So, why have growth forecasts become more optimistic? Trends in service-sector sentiments suggest some answers
Five years ago, the United Nations adopted 17 sustainability goals. The decision was a milestone – and that applies to financial markets too.
By: Christian Scherrmann
By: Darwei Kung
Gold remains an attractive diversifier
By: Johannes Müller
Looking good for Democrats – don't count out the underdogs, though
By: David Bianco
The polls have spoken: Have the people?
Covid-19’s first victim continues to recover, with structural measures increasing the economy’s robustness and boosting its currency. That is not without risks, however.
By: Dr. Thomas Schuessler, Andre Koettner
A veritable liquidity tsunami has lifted equities. With no fundamental upside left from here, now is the time to be selective.
Third-quarter reporting ahead: suddenly last summer
For the first time since 1995, U.S. durable consumer-goods prices are rising! At the very least, this shows how quickly inflation can react to changing conditions.
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.
By: Michael Lewis, Jason Chen
How sub-national actors have taken center stage in climate action
Economic consequences of biodiversity loss and the role of financial regulators.
By: Stefan Kreuzkamp
We believe that the wait-and-see, nervous attitude of the markets in September could continue in October. Central-bank support remains important.