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Expected Returns – watch the full show

Expected Returns – watch the full show

09-10-2020 | Video
Post Covid-19, we will all be entering a ‘brave real world’ with negative interest rates, looming inflation and unprecedented central bank policies. Our Robeco experts meet in an exciting live setting to discuss the expected returns for major assets over the next five years. Hot topics, such as the underperformance of factors and the need for better carbon emissions data, are also covered. Meanwhile, London economist Linda Yueh challenges the Robeco experts on some of their views.
  • Peter van der Welle
    Peter
    van der Welle
    Strategist Global Macro team, Robeco
  • Laurens Swinkels
    Laurens
    Swinkels
    Researcher at Quant Research team, Robeco
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