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Consumer trends in 2021: The future of commerce and the caring economy
Consumer trends in 2021: The future of commerce and the caring economy
The Covid-19 pandemic suddenly accelerated some of the shifts our Global Consumer Trends strategy aims to benefit from.
21-01-2021 | Insight
Blokland’s daily sketch
Blokland’s daily sketch
Bubbly?
21-01-2021 | Daily sketch
North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
North-south divide emerges in Country Sustainability Ranking
A clear gap between northern and southern European countries has emerged in the biannual Robeco Country Sustainability Ranking.
20-01-2021 | Yearly outlook
Central bank watcher: Inflation – a transitory phenomenon?
Central bank watcher: Inflation – a transitory phenomenon?
The Fed, ECB and the BoJ have signaled that it is way too early to contemplate an exit from accommodative policies.
18-01-2021 | Insight
Graph of the week
Graph of the week

Rapid increase in number of lawsuits against fossil fuel companies

15-01-2021 | Insight
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Climate risk and portfolio decarbonization have become center stage
Insurance companies are directly exposed to climate risk, and face increasingly tighter scrutiny from regulators regarding its impact on their balance sheets.
14-01-2021 | Interview

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