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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
Blokland’s daily sketch
Blokland’s daily sketch
US inflation rises to highest level since 2018
14-04-2021 | Daily sketch
50 shades of green meets 95 percent of funds
50 shades of green meets 95 percent of funds
The regulation designed to shake up the sustainable investing landscape in the EU is one month old.
12-04-2021 | Insight
Moving from red to amber in tackling climate change
Moving from red to amber in tackling climate change
Decarbonization pledges have helped the world get back on track to combat global warming.
12-04-2021 | 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
The future of our food
The future of our food
In the past 50 years, how our food is produced and consumed has changed drastically.
09-04-2021 | Graph of the week
Game on – addressing the social impact of gaming
Game on – addressing the social impact of gaming
Gaming has been one of the few winners of Covid-19, as people stuck at home took to their consoles.
07-04-2021 | Insight
Innovation is the key to taking SI to the next level
Innovation is the key to taking SI to the next level
Sustainable investing will rely on innovation as the solution to the planet’s problems, says Erasmus professor Dirk Schoenmaker.
07-04-2021 | Interview
SI Opener: Investing in health and disease prevention is the best cure
SI Opener: Investing in health and disease prevention is the best cure
Covid-19 has put the spotlight on health.
06-04-2021 | SI Opener
The happy few
The happy few
Horatio Alger (1832-1899) was an American writer whose novels often told stories of poor boys who, through hard work and determination, achieved great success.
01-04-2021 | Graph of the week
There’s no quant crisis in credits
There’s no quant crisis in credits
Quant strategies have performed well in credits.
01-04-2021 | Insight
Greening it and meaning it – how the EU Taxonomy will define SI
Greening it and meaning it – how the EU Taxonomy will define SI
One of the issues with sustainable investing is how to define it, as it means different things to different people.
31-03-2021 | Insight
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 | Insight
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
Climate change and Covid-19 lead Stewardship Report
Climate change and Covid-19 lead Stewardship Report
A tumultuous year that saw sustainable investing become mainstream is reviewed in Robeco’s Stewardship Report for 2020.
29-03-2021 | Active Ownership Report
Robeco publishes 2021 Global Climate Survey
Robeco publishes 2021 Global Climate Survey
Tackling climate change has become the number one priority for investors.
26-03-2021 | Insight
The rising tide of Value won’t lift all boats equally
The rising tide of Value won’t lift all boats equally
The recent Value upswing has provided renewed hope of a comeback and ideal conditions for deep and consistent exposures to the style.
25-03-2021 | Insight
Assessing the downsides that investments can have
Assessing the downsides that investments can have
Sustainable investments are made to gain returns in a way that does not harm the planet or society.
24-03-2021 | Insight
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Fixed income outlook: Coming to America
Several things are coming to America.
23-03-2021 | Insight
Climate Series – don’t miss a thing
Climate Series – don’t miss a thing
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the world today.
19-03-2021 | Insight
Disclosing sustainability risk in portfolios
Disclosing sustainability risk in portfolios
A new regulatory framework will shake up sustainable investment across the EU this year.
17-03-2021 | Insight
Podcast: Climate investing is more than just the next big thing
Podcast: Climate investing is more than just the next big thing
“The more you read about climate change, the more worried you become”, says Carola van Lamoen, Head of Sustainable Investing.
15-03-2021 | Podcast
Fresh capital has not run dry for unsustainable firms
Fresh capital has not run dry for unsustainable firms
Despite rising interest in sustainable investing, unsustainable companies have faced no obstacles in raising funds in public markets.
11-03-2021 | Research
Results of EU fund classification reflect sustainability of Robeco’s fund range
Results of EU fund classification reflect sustainability of Robeco’s fund range
Investment funds are getting a huge shake-up under new EU rules that will prove how sustainable they really are.
10-03-2021 | 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
The healthy living trend is to stay in the long run
The healthy living trend is to stay in the long run
Rising health awareness coupled with increasing knowledge about what is favorable for the body are driving a broad trend towards a healthier lifestyle.
05-03-2021 | Insight
70 years of evidence on our dynamic duration model
70 years of evidence on our dynamic duration model
Using a new, deep historical dataset, we show that our duration model works well over seven decades.
02-03-2021 | Insight
Data sets – factor investing in corporate bonds
Data sets – factor investing in corporate bonds
A research-driven approach is at the core of everything we do.
01-03-2021 | Data sets
Central bank watcher: Reflation trend is their friend
Central bank watcher: Reflation trend is their friend
It seems premature to conclude the uptrend in bond yields is over, certainly if breakeven inflation rates rise further.
01-03-2021 | Insight
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