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Global Equities

Global Equities

Robeco has invested in global equities since the very beginning, launching its first mutual fund in 1933. Today we offer a full range of strategies, including fundamental, quantitative, emerging markets and sustainable global equities.

Our Global strategies

Constructive outlook for Chinese equities in 2023
Constructive outlook for Chinese equities in 2023
China’s dramatic policy pivot in late-2022, embracing a pro-growth agenda and abandoning zero-Covid, has set up its battered equity markets for a sustained revival.
20-01-2023 | Yearly outlook
SI Outlook & Engagement Themes for 2023
SI Outlook & Engagement Themes for 2023
The focus on sustainable investment has never been greater as we look for solutions to the challenges facing humanity.
19-01-2023 | Webinar
A bevy of black swans: Surprises that could derail the 2023 outlook
A bevy of black swans: Surprises that could derail the 2023 outlook
Investors are looking forward to a new year that has one redeeming quality – it doesn’t mirror the annus horribilis of 2022.
06-01-2023 | Monthly outlook
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