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1635 (11-20)
28. September 2021
With demand for ESG products & solutions remaining strong, and asset managers advancing their ESG capabilities, we see asset managers bolstering their dedicated ESG product line-ups at an accelerating pace. We recently caught up with management teams across our coverage of US based traditional asset managers about their recent & planned ESG product launches, perspectives on client demand, as well as their current range of ESG products. [mehr]
21. September 2021
Weltweit hat sich die Konjunktur im Sommer deutlich belebt, allerdings führte die Delta-Variante dazu, dass die Erwartungen zunehmend häufiger verfehlt wurden. Daher haben wir unsere kurzfristigen Wachstumsprognosen für die USA nach unten korrigiert. Gleichzeitig stellt sich wegen der hohen Inflationsraten verstärkt die Frage, wann die Zentralbanken wohl mit der Drosselung ihrer Wertpapierkäufe („Tapering“) beginnen. Die Inflationsbefürchtungen konzentrierten sich zunächst auf die USA. Inzwischen wird jedoch auch im Euroraum die höchste Inflationsrate seit knapp einem Jahrzehnt verzeichnet. Vorerst sind die Anleger nach wie vor davon überzeugt, dass es sich um eine vorübergehende Inflationsspitze handelt und dass die Rate von selbst wieder zurückgeht. So ist es auch eingepreist.  [mehr]
20. September 2021
Many corporates have penciled in a strong rebound in earnings this year backed by forecasts of robust pent-up demand. Yet, so far there is little evidence of the spending surge that so many expect. Corporates are not wrong to anticipate hefty spending; all the right ingredients are there. Savings jumped due to government stimulus and a lack of spending options. So what’s happening then? [mehr]
15. September 2021
In terms of housing policy concepts in Germany, there are only minor overlaps between the plans of left-wing and right-wing parties. The CDU/CSU, the FDP, and the AfD continue to support supply-oriented housing policies. The SPD, the Greens, and the Left prefer demand-oriented approaches. The CDU and the FDP promise to reduce price and rent pressure by providing additional supply and to offer incentives for renovation and retrofitting. People who are living in a rented home and do not want to move will probably find the plans of the SPD, the Left or the Greens attractive. Private households might see the ancillary costs of buying a home decline after the elections, as opposed to large-scale investors. Overall, none of the parties has prepared a comprehensive concept. And none of them has paid attention to what their demands may mean in terms of necessary labour, funds, space, etc. [mehr]
9. September 2021
The global economy performed strongly over the summer, but the delta variant has led to increasingly frequent data misses versus expectations. This has seen us downgrade our near-term US growth outlook just as high inflation readings have shifted attention to when central banks will taper asset purchases. These inflation fears initially centred on the US, but the Euro Area now has its highest inflation in almost a decade as well. For now investors are still convinced, as is priced in, that inflation will be a temporary phenomenon that will mostly self-correct.  [mehr]
8. September 2021
The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, ambitious climate policies, persistently negative interest rates, and large-scale security purchases by the ECB are increasingly raising the issue of a fair distribution. Policymakers tend to focus on the symptoms in order to appease their voters – and in doing so, they often neglect the root causes. [mehr]