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Climbing the Slope (of the Yield Curve)

The years since the Global Financial Crisis have been hard for the banking system. There has been the very obvious damage wrought upon economies from lost growth, but there has also been the less obvious hit to returns brought about...
Yep, saving the planet is definitely inflationary

We’ve firmly been in “camp transitory” when it comes to inflation but nonetheless have also been very worried that inflation could be stickier than both the market and central bankers think. It was clear to …

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Central Banks – Pandemic end game in sight

The rise of the pandemic across the world resulted in unprecedented support from governments and central banks alike. Whilst furlough and company support schemes were rolled out by respective governments across the western world, central banks also went to town in their levels of monetary easing…

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Short-term inflation, long-term deflation

We talked previously about our worries that in the short-term, inflation is likely to be an issue for the global economy. And we are still very worried – worried that supply disruption induced “transitory” inflation could last well into next year and possibly even 2023…

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Man Evaluating Energy Efficiency Of Renewables
ESG – an exponential breaking of business models

Many businesses over the last couple of years have encountered incredible stresses on their business models, with lockdowns and stay at home orders having lasting impacts on their long term viability.Bricks and mortar retail along with the commercial real estate companies …

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