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Companies and Climate change - A research application of the AIIB-Amundi CCIF*
This report presents the results of research conducted by three leading climate finance research organizations. The CCIF aims to provide investors with a benchmark tool for assessing an investment, at the issuer-level, in relation to climate change-related financial risks and opportunities.
Biodiversity: It’s Time to Protect Our Only Home - N°4 Addressing Biodiversity in Food-based Sectors
The global food sector is often cited as one of the primary sectors driving biodiversity loss globally. While the sector heavily exacerbates biodiversity loss, it is also heavily dependent on biodiversity and faces significant associated risks.
A rocky net zero pathway
Key highlights on long-term scenarios and return forecasts.
Market nervous on Deutsche Bank, but fundamentals of European banks are solid
Read it to get our latest views on the European bankig sector, recent market volatility and implications for investors.
Global Investment Views - April 2023
March brought a wake-up call to markets after a complacent start to the year. The trigger was the failure of Silicon Valley Bank and other US regional banks, followed by Credit Suisse in Europe.
Fed delivers a dovish hike: a rate cycle peak may be close
Inflation remains the Fed's main concern. We remain cautious and anticipate market volatility, given the central bank continues to be data dependent.
A global assessment of the implications of recent banking sector developments
Assessment of the recent developments related to the banks turmoil and their impact on the economic outlook, central banks, credit, equity banking sectors, Emerging Markets and overall cross asset investment stance.
France: The pension reform puts politics under strain, but major instability unlikely
On 16 March the French government forced the approval, without a vote, of the new pension law, which aims to raise the minimum retirement age from 62 to 64 years, by using article 49.3.
ECB increases rates: the job on inflation is not done yet, but expect a softer path
Understanding the outcome of the latest ECB meeting and its fallout on the euro bond market.