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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Iggo's insight

New Romantics

Growth is expected to surge in the months ahead. Nominal GDP will be stronger than seen for years.

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Addressing climate change: why cashflow driven investors should act now

Climate-aware investing can mitigate against an emerging and significant risk factor. This is essential for investors targeting predictability of cashflows alongside high resilience to market risks.

Research & Investment Strategy

UK Budget: Next steps, not complete vision

David Page, Head of Macro Research, comments on the UK Budget and outlook for medium-term public finances.

Responsible investment

The changing climate for sustainable investment

This Decade of Transition series looks at how environmental, social and governance (ESG) investment will play a fundamental role in achieving a more sustainable future

Iggo's insight

Risk, return, repeat

Fiscal dominance is a reality and markets are reacting to that. It doesn’t necessarily mean inflation, it doesn’t necessarily mean crowding out private borrowers.

Research & Investment Strategy

February Global Macro Monthly & Investment Strategy - Vaccine and stimulus: too much of a good thing?

The virus is fading from a year-end resurgence in most areas of the globe.

Research & Investment Strategy

Monthly Op-Ed - Dealing with overheating concerns (already)

The Biden plan could close the US output gap by the end of 2021.

Fixed income

Liquidity in a crisis: Comparing the credit market response in 2020 and 2008

The fast and adaptive market response that greeted the coronavirus shock last year showed how much the financial system has improved since the credit market liquidity issues of the global financial c ...

Fixed income
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Where to buy your risk

We all know people have different approaches to risk. Some of us like to take physical risks in search of an adrenaline high, while others take investment risks chasing hot stocks.