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One crisis dealt with, straight onto the next one
One crisis dealt with, straight onto the next one
Are we out of the woods?
05-04-2022 | Column
PodcastXL: How to read the huge emerging markets discount
PodcastXL: How to read the huge emerging markets discount
Emerging markets look extremely cheap.
01-04-2022 | Podcast
Time to look for bargains with pricing power
Time to look for bargains with pricing power
It’s hugely difficult to make confident predictions in the current environment.
30-03-2022 | Insight
Credit outlook: ‘If I have to make a tackle, I’ve already made a mistake’
Credit outlook: ‘If I have to make a tackle, I’ve already made a mistake’
The Fed may have made a policy mistake by starting this tightening cycle too late.
29-03-2022 | Quarterly outlook
Pursuing the SDGs in emerging markets
Pursuing the SDGs in emerging markets
The 2030 deadline for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is fast approaching, but progress so far has been much too slow.
11-03-2022 | Insight
Robeco statement on Ukraine
Robeco statement on Ukraine
At Robeco we are deeply saddened by the situation in Ukraine.
10-03-2022 | Insight
Stay up to date with our investment views on the Russia-Ukraine conflict
Stay up to date with our investment views on the Russia-Ukraine conflict
In this article we will regularly post updates from the various investment teams.
03-03-2022 | Insight
Podcast: Not seeing red on Russian invasion
Podcast: Not seeing red on Russian invasion
With Russian tanks rolling into the suburbs of Kyiv, what should investors do?
25-02-2022 | Podcast
Further ‘gamification’, or back to fundamental investing?
Further ‘gamification’, or back to fundamental investing?
First Futu, then WeBull, and now Longbridge.
11-01-2022 | Column
China flexes its policy muscles – but can they still do the heavy lifting?
China flexes its policy muscles – but can they still do the heavy lifting?
China’s muscle flexing to fix its problems is set to keep investors cautious until the domestic economy garners more growth.
06-01-2022 | Monthly outlook
Podcast: Is this Peak Insanity?
Podcast: Is this Peak Insanity?
With current market valuations now exceeding those of 1929, and even of 1999, the term ‘peak insanity’ is coined.
24-12-2021 | Podcast
Green is the new color, also for emerging markets
Green is the new color, also for emerging markets
Emerging markets have been significantly increasing their investments in green energy generation.
25-11-2021 | Insight
Reflections on the COP26 Climate Summit
Reflections on the COP26 Climate Summit
COP26 provided a breakthrough on the rulebook of the Paris Agreement.
17-11-2021 | Insight
COP26: Helping poorer countries to adapt
COP26: Helping poorer countries to adapt
Developed countries are historically responsible for most of the emissions, and the challenge is to stop emerging markets going down the same coal-fired path.
04-11-2021 | Video
Podcast: China – from power shortages to power play
Podcast: China – from power shortages to power play
In our latest podcast, we discuss China’s challenges – from property to power shortages.
26-10-2021 | Podcast
Ecommerce tide also reaches Latin American shores
Ecommerce tide also reaches Latin American shores
Retail ecommerce sales in Latin America skyrocketed by over 60% in 2020, as 38 million consumers bought online for the first time.
20-09-2021 | Stunning statistics
Get educated on the SDGs and earn professional development points
Get educated on the SDGs and earn professional development points
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) present a major investment opportunity along with a means of improving life for millions.
13-09-2021 | Insight
Seizing opportunities in emerging markets credits
Seizing opportunities in emerging markets credits
Global credit investors can no longer easily ignore emerging markets (EM) hard-currency corporate bonds.
08-09-2021 | Research
Ecommerce frenzy puts last-mile delivery under the spotlight
Ecommerce frenzy puts last-mile delivery under the spotlight
Fast grocery delivery operator Getir saw its valuation reach USD 7.
21-07-2021 | Stunning statistics
Olympic Games: on! Central banks: on! Equity party: on!
Olympic Games: on! Central banks: on! Equity party: on!
As we enter the second half of 2021, all the ingredients that have been fueling the global stock market rebound since March 2020 remain in place.
14-07-2021 | Column
Guide to emerging markets investing
Guide to emerging markets investing
Emerging markets have undergone significant changes since the term was initially coined in the early 80s.
17-06-2021 | Insight
Looking for the brightest Stars in the post-Covid-19 world
Looking for the brightest Stars in the post-Covid-19 world
The world is changing fast, and not just due to Covid-19.
10-06-2021 | Webinar
China: charting the course to carbon neutrality
China: charting the course to carbon neutrality
China’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2060 has left many observers both excited and perplexed.
20-04-2021 | Insight
The future of food will be healthier and more sustainable
The future of food will be healthier and more sustainable
The increased focus on health and well-being is impacting all aspects of consumer spending.
14-04-2021 | Insight
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Several things are coming to America.
23-03-2021 | Quarterly outlook
After Biden’s win, all eyes remain on Covid-19 and the recovery
After Biden’s win, all eyes remain on Covid-19 and the recovery
Joe Biden has been elected 46th US President, based on vote count.
04-12-2020 | Insight
SI Opener: Covid-19 puts spotlight on labor issues in the apparel industry
SI Opener: Covid-19 puts spotlight on labor issues in the apparel industry
The fashion industry has been severely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic due to its discretionary nature, impacting not only garment brands but also their supply chains.
26-11-2020 | SI Opener
Latin American fintech: Thriving in a fast-changing environment
Latin American fintech: Thriving in a fast-changing environment
Fintech is disrupting financial services across the globe.
06-10-2020 | Insight
US-China conflict: the pressure intensifies on ADRs
US-China conflict: the pressure intensifies on ADRs
Over the past few weeks, the US has ratcheted up its rivalry with China, with various announcements that go beyond a focus on restricting trade of goods.
27-05-2020 | Insight
A-shares are probably the best place to be for active investors
A-shares are probably the best place to be for active investors
As China starts to recover from the coronavirus storm, domestic investors are already focused on economic green shoots.
06-04-2020 | Insight
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