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Covid still looms large
Covid still looms large
18-10-2021 | Daily sketch
The future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies
The future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies are moving towards becoming mainstream.
14-10-2021 | Digital event
What's so cryptic about cryptocurrencies?
What's so cryptic about cryptocurrencies?
Bitcoin could qualify as digital gold, and the blockchain technology behind it has enormous potential, say quant researcher Laurens Swinkels and strategist Peter van der Welle.
13-10-2021 | 5-Year outlook
Central Banks’ post-pandemic playbook
Central Banks’ post-pandemic playbook
Over the coming years, central banks will aim to unwind the massive support they have provided during the pandemic.
11-10-2021 | Digital event
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
Fixed income outlook: Tunnel vision
Fixed income outlook: Tunnel vision
There is plenty of evidence of herding and groupthink.
14-09-2021 | Insight
The CO₂lumnist: Should derivatives have a carbon footprint?
The CO₂lumnist: Should derivatives have a carbon footprint?
Investors rely on data to make decisions on climate strategy, but who should be responsible for emissions – the creator or the user?
02-09-2021 | Column
Central bank watcher: Changing climate
Central bank watcher: Changing climate
As the delta variant continues to spread around the globe, we see notable differences in monetary policy response.
31-08-2021 | Insight
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
Meet the many trends shaping the future of commerce
Meet the many trends shaping the future of commerce
Ecommerce benefited significantly from the Covid-19 shock.
07-07-2021 | Insight
Cybercrime outbreak unleashes security spending tide
Cybercrime outbreak unleashes security spending tide
Approximately 30 billion data records were compromised last year.
16-06-2021 | Stunning statistics
Fixed income outlook: Inflation hyperventilation
Fixed income outlook: Inflation hyperventilation
Heading into H2, we still find plenty to disagree with in the prevailing market consensus.
15-06-2021 | Insight
As digital currencies rise, banking systems remain very much needed
As digital currencies rise, banking systems remain very much needed
Digitalization is everywhere.
02-06-2021 | Insight
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Transforming the energy sector as an investment opportunity – video
Cleaner energy is critical in ensuring a healthier planet – and an unstoppable trend.
21-05-2021 | Video
Covid-19 magnifies the need for humanity to go on a diet
Covid-19 magnifies the need for humanity to go on a diet
Nearly a third of the global population have gained weight since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
20-05-2021 | Stunning statistics
The future of food and wellness – watch the discussion
The future of food and wellness – watch the discussion
Healthy appetites are a thing of the future, according to these trend investors
11-05-2021 | Video
The road to impact investing – a journey for insurers
The road to impact investing – a journey for insurers
Sustainable investing has risen to the top of insurers’ agendas – but how to make an impact with it?
05-05-2021 | Insight
Value vs. growth in trends – watch the debate
Value vs. growth in trends – watch the debate
Trends investing is often characterized by a growth approach.
30-04-2021 | Video
The coming wave of disruption: from bitcoin to decentralized finance
The coming wave of disruption: from bitcoin to decentralized finance
Bitcoin’s price fluctuations and rising carbon footprint have grabbed headlines for months.
20-04-2021 | Insight
Trends: Here today, here tomorrow – watch the show
Trends: Here today, here tomorrow – watch the show
We explore the power of trends in this fast-paced multimedia event, featuring investment research and debate.
15-04-2021 | Video
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
Bitcoin as digital gold – a multi-asset perspective
Bitcoin as digital gold – a multi-asset perspective
Bitcoin is often derided as being highly volatile, but as digital gold it could play a role in a multi-asset portfolio, says investor Jeroen Blokland.
09-04-2021 | Monthly outlook
Credit outlook: Running the economy hot
Credit outlook: Running the economy hot
While it’s possible that credits could keep rallying, the margin for error is extremely limited.
31-03-2021 | Quarterly outlook
Podcast: No need to fear an inflationary accident – just yet
Podcast: No need to fear an inflationary accident – just yet
It’s inevitable that the forceful fiscal stimulus and exceptionally loose monetary policy currently in place will result in higher inflation.
30-03-2021 | Podcast
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Several things are coming to America.
23-03-2021 | Insight
Bitcoin ventures into ‘teradollar’ territory
Bitcoin ventures into ‘teradollar’ territory
Bitcoin’s market capitalization passed the USD 1 trillion mark last month, after a whopping 500% year-on-year bounce, although prices quickly pulled back.
08-03-2021 | Stunning statistics
Bonds: Shaken, not stirred
Bonds: Shaken, not stirred
A rise in bond yields has left central banks shaken but not stirred as the world comes out of lockdown, says Robeco’s multi-asset team.
08-03-2021 | Monthly outlook
Amazon smashes Italy on R&D
Amazon smashes Italy on R&D
US tech giant Amazon single-handedly spent more on research and development (R&D) than Italy in 2019, and even more so in 2020.
23-02-2021 | Stunning statistics
Growth trends continue full steam ahead for the financial sector
Growth trends continue full steam ahead for the financial sector
2020 has truly been an epic year for the financial sector.
28-01-2021 | Insight
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