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Intergenerational Conflict: The Next Dividing Line

18. September 2020
The widening generational divide should be a key source of alarm for investors, financial markets and society as a whole. Young people perceive themselves as the losers on issues ranging from housing to climate change to student debt. In turn, this anger is manifesting itself into political outcomes, with elections around the world increasingly fought along generational lines. [mehr]

Weitere Dokumente von Luke Templeman

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6. April 2020
16
We’ve witnessed an immense human tragedy as the covid-19 virus has spread around the globe. Amidst the awful numbers of people who have succumbed to the disease, we’re also now witnessing an incredibly painful economic downturn. In a new podcast episode where we look at the data, ten million Americans have made jobless claims over the last two weeks. We’re now seeing equally staggering figures come out of many other countries as economies are simply shut down. [mehr]
3. Februar 2020
19
Brexit talks are only moving onto the next phase, the UK and EU must agree the terms of a future economic relationship by the end of the status quo transition period on December 31st 2020. The next chapter in talks is expectant to generate less in the way of intraday excitement for investors, their outcome is more important for the UK's future growth prospects and asset valuations. [mehr]
23. Januar 2020
20
Die Geschichte ist voll von falschen Vorhersagen für das bevorstehende Jahrzehnt. Wir geben zu, dass diese besondere Ausgabe von Konzept nicht als unfehlbare Kristallkugel dienen kann. Doch wir stellen Ihnen 24 außergewöhnliche Überlegungen vor, wie sich die 2020er Jahre entwickeln könnten. Schließlich wollen wir uns den ungeahnten Herausforderungen der 2020er Jahre stellen. Wenn uns die 2010er Jahre eines gelehrt haben, dann dass die Trends der vergangenen zehn Jahre keine Orientierungshilfe für das kommende Jahrzehnt bieten. [mehr]
4. Dezember 2019
24
Yi Xiong, China Economist, sets out how the Chinese economy has been driven by a key theme in each of the last two decades: exports and then public investment. The next decade is set to be the consumption decade. The latent spending potential, particularly in retiring Chinese will continue to drive growth. [mehr]
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