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T. Rowe Price – Webinar – Global Markets and the Implications for Asset Allocators Q2 2020

🕔11:00, 23.Apr 2020

Webinar – Global Markets and the Implications for Asset Allocators Q2 2020 Join us on 23 April at 10am GMT / 11:00am CET to hear the latest update from our Multi-Asset Solutions team. Yoram Lustig, Head of Multi-Asset Solutions EMEA,

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T. Rowe Price – Webinar – Coronavirus, Market Volatility and the Global Economy

🕔17:00, 2.Apr 2020

Webinar – Coronavirus, Market Volatility and the Global Economy Coronavirus, market volatility and the global economy: Global markets are rapidly changing as investors try to determine how the health crisis will impact the global economy. Join our CIOs as they

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Retail disruption: which markets have the highest risk?

Retail disruption: which markets have the highest risk?

🕔16:17, 27.Mar 2020

Real Estate: Think global  Retail sales are migrating online and away from physical stores, damaging the investment returns of retail property. The process is underway in all developed retail markets, but the pace of migration is uneven. Very little research

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Axioma Risk Monitor Global Developed Markets − 20 March 2020

Axioma Risk Monitor Global Developed Markets − 20 March 2020

🕔15:50, 27.Mar 2020 Read Full Article

Qontigo – Webinar – Managing Your Portfolio in an Extreme EMEA Factor Environment

🕔15:00, 26.Mar 2020

Webinar – Managing Your Portfolio in an Extreme EMEA Factor Environment March 26, 2020, 2:00 PM GMT | 3:00 PM CET As the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues, we are witnessing uncharted turmoil in the global equity markets with factor behaviors

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T. Rowe Price – Webinar – Global Focused Growth Equity update with David Eiswert

🕔16:00, 25.Mar 2020

Webinar – Global Focused Growth Equity update with David Eiswert At times of heightened market volatility, we believe it is critical to be proactive in our communications with clients and to be available to answer your questions. We’d therefore like

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SARS Is Not a Model for Coronavirus

SARS Is Not a Model for Coronavirus

🕔08:37, 23.Mar 2020

Insights on Global Economics Commentators seeking to understand the long‑term implications of COVID‑19 (a coronavirus) are frequently comparing it with the 2002–2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak, which had a severe impact on both the Chinese and the global economies.

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Weather, Climate & Catastrophe Insight

Weather, Climate & Catastrophe Insight

🕔16:23, 20.Mar 2020

2019 Annual Report  Direct economic losses and damage from natural disasters in 2019 were estimated at USD232 billion. This was reduced from recent elevated levels in 2016, 2017 and 2018. The USD232 billion was 3 percent lower than the average

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Play Your Game

Play Your Game

🕔16:08, 20.Mar 2020

Insights – Global Macro Trends  Without a doubt, 2019 was a year to remember; the question, though, is for what? On the one hand, the glass half empty community may want to point to the record level of global consternation,

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Northern Trust AM – Webinar – Navigating Market Uncertainty With Factors & ESG

🕔08:00, 19.Mar 2020

Webinar – Navigating Market Uncertainty With Factors & ESG, partnership with IPE As market volatility, geopolitical risks and economic uncertainty continue to shake global markets, it’s critical for institutional investors to re-evaluate their risk positioning. This means running portfolios as

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Stock Market Indices in Free Fall

Stock Market Indices in Free Fall

🕔13:06, 18.Mar 2020

Market Flash What a week! After Saudi Arabia’s surprise decision to massively increase oil supply despite a collapse in demand, Donald Trump decided quite simply to cut off the US from most of Europe. Fortunately, the FED, the BoE, the

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Emergency interest-rate cuts are here

Emergency interest-rate cuts are here

🕔09:51, 16.Mar 2020

Investment Note The U.S. Federal Reserve’s (Fed’s) announcement arrived roughly two hours after G7 finance ministers and central banks released a joint statement pledging to take additional action to support the economy and price stability. We now expect every major

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Fingers Crossed for the Service Providers

Fingers Crossed for the Service Providers

🕔08:05, 3.Mar 2020

Chart of the week Up until now, the service sector has proven to be a pacesetter for the entire economy. However, the new coronavirus is threatening to slow down its pace.  The economy has been advancing at two speeds for

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Covid-19 – a supply shock for now

Covid-19 – a supply shock for now

🕔12:00, 2.Mar 2020

Monthly Investment Strategy – Central bank put, again… Twice in 10 days the Chinese authorities have changed the way new Covid-19 cases are counted in Hubei, which means that most of the “epidemic projection” exercises, which have been so popular in

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Shoring up defences

Shoring up defences

🕔10:56, 2.Mar 2020

Barometer: Going viral With the global economy at the mercy of the coronavirus outbreak, investors should consider shoring up their defences in the near term. 01 Asset allocation: shoring up defences Investors are trying to get a handle on the

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A Report on Investor Returns Around the Globe

A Report on Investor Returns Around the Globe

🕔17:19, 24.Feb 2020

Mind the Gap 2019  Our second global investor returns study found declining investor return gaps in most markets we studied. In addition, we found the best results in areas where investors are required to make a commitment to continued investment

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Will 2020 be another good year?

Will 2020 be another good year?

🕔17:17, 24.Feb 2020

Global Asset Allocation Strategy  Will it continue? Q&A: Outlook 2020 – update We think the chances are good. Our main scenario is an economic stabilisation, which will underpin a decent earnings development. Valuation continues to be attractive relative to fixed

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The end of globalization?

The end of globalization?

🕔17:13, 24.Feb 2020

Global Investment Forum 2019 Over three days a selection of our investment managers, economists and strategists congregated in London for our annual Global Investment Forum (the “Forum”). As well as sharing their own analysis and insights, the team heard from a

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Q&A: ESG and Fixed Income

Q&A: ESG and Fixed Income

🕔17:11, 24.Feb 2020

Q&A: ESG and Fixed Income  Across the globe, fixed income investors are increasingly interested in environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. MFS Research Analyst Mahesh Jayakumar explains how MFS® incorporates ESG factors into fixed income research and looks at the

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Market Compass

Market Compass

🕔17:07, 24.Feb 2020

Market Outlook – January 2020 Easing global policy concerns (Brexit, US-China tensions) coincide with bottoming trade and manufacturing data, but new tension in the Middle East are likely to dampen the sentiment. Some good news are already discounted by financial

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The view from EMEA

The view from EMEA

🕔17:05, 24.Feb 2020

Global Asset Allocation – Market Insights In 2019, the U.S. stock market continued its streak of outperforming, rising by more than 31% versus 21% for the rest of the world, as measured by the S&P 500 Index and the MSCI All

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The Next Stage of Global Reflation

The Next Stage of Global Reflation

🕔17:02, 24.Feb 2020

On the Markets  This past year will go down in the books as one of the best years ever for financial asset returns. In a mirror image of 2018, in 2019 nearly every major asset class had significantly positive returns

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Investors Continue to Lose Returns From Timing in European Funds

Investors Continue to Lose Returns From Timing in European Funds

🕔17:02, 24.Feb 2020

European Investor Returns 2019  It is understandable that dramatic macroeconomic events have made it more difficult for European investors to invest successfully than it has for others. After the drawdown of the global financial crisis of 2008-09, equity valuations quickly

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Illuminating the Top Global Risks in 2020

Illuminating the Top Global Risks in 2020

🕔17:01, 24.Feb 2020

Regulatory Changes and Scrutiny, “Born Digital” Competition Are Top Concerns for Financial Services Organizations AI, robotics and other rapidly developing digital technologies. Changes in the geopolitical landscape. Shifting customer preferences and demographics. Record lows in unemployment, tightening labor markets and

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It’s been a tumultuous year

It’s been a tumultuous year

🕔16:59, 24.Feb 2020

Outlook 2020 After years of positive and predictable growth, the outlook for the global economy became far more challenging in 2019 (see chart). The range of potential culprits for the caution include trade wars, political and social instability in Europe,

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