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  • A rebound in corporate earnings?

    Strategy Blog

    Earnings growth is rising in the United States, suggesting the market could have passed a turning point. Ahead of the release of first quarter earnings figures, we consider what this means for investors and examine how earnings expectations can be fallible.

    Anthony Abrahamian

  • Are oil prices pushing inflation higher?

    Strategy Blog

    Oil prices are up by a fifth since January, but should we be worried this will sustain higher inflation? We consider how demand may be firming up as the depressed manufacturing sector picks up, and the impact that could have on demand for raw inputs like oil.

    Victor Balfour

  • Sustainable fashion should never go out of style

    Insights

    In our first Sustainability Spheres event, industry experts discussed the future of ‘fast fashion’, a model which dominates the sector but has been criticised for being unsustainable. Attendees were asked how the industry can embed sustainable practices into their models.

    Becky Orme, Laura Negus

  • Navigating political noise

    Quarterly Letter

    More than 50 countries will hold an election in 2024, with more than 40% of the world’s population eligible to vote. We examine how elections can come to dominate our conversations and thinking, and how it pays to take a step back and consider the long-term view.

    Helen Watson

  • Rates round-up

    Strategy Blog

    Democracy is said to be in crisis, but is that actually the case? And would it affect portfolios if it is? We outline why we think the global business cycle will likely remain the day-to-day driver of portfolios, regardless of what happens at the ballot box.

    Kevin Gardiner

  • Democracy and investing in 2024

    Strategy Blog

    Democracy is said to be in crisis, but is that actually the case? And would it affect portfolios if it is? We outline why we think the global business cycle will likely remain the day-to-day driver of portfolios, regardless of what happens at the ballot box.

    Kevin Gardiner

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