Macroeconomic Outlook 2021: In 2021, It Was A Very Good Year
So said Frank Sinatra, but do our experts agree that 2021 and beyond will be “good years”? In this 2021 outlook we discuss our macroeconomic forecasts for the coming couple of years
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14 September 2021
The award will recognise transformative scientific research to power the climate transition and reach net zeroRead more
10 September 2021
AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) announces the appointment of Florence Dard, Global Head of Client Group, Alts, and Marion Le Morhedec, Global Head of Fixed Income, as members of the Management Board, ...Read more
09 September 2021
AXA IM, Natixis IM, Sienna Investment Managers and Solactive partner to accelerate the development of Iceberg Data Lab, European provider of environmental data solutions
AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM), Natixis IM and its affiliate Mirova, Sienna Investment Managers and Solactive today announce they have entered into an agreement with Iceberg Data Lab to participate ...Read more
Bad, worse or just dandy
At some point, higher inflation could provoke a tightening of monetary policy that is beyond what is priced into markets.
Tapering isn’t lift-off
As the global economic recovery widens, attention is clearly turning to when and how central banks will begin to reduce the bond-buying programmes introduced to bolster economies at the height of the ...
Pay them and they will come?
The needles on the indicators of investment sentiment are all pointing down.