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Stagflation risks and a likely general election suggest a volatile environment in 2024.
We examine the key macro developments that have defined 2023 so far and consider potential risks investors should monitor heading into 2024.
Can you own oil, alcohol, and tobacco in an ESG integrated portfolio? Yes. With ESG integration, there are no exclusions or screens.
Frédérique and Kent discuss how current geopolitical shifts are impacting the semiconductor industry, and what opportunities may emerge for investors.
Understanding the challenges will make it easier to plan for retirement without fear of outliving your assets.
As companies strive toward net zero, responsible investing opportunities continue to increase.
The UK economy is weak and suffers from troublingly persistent core inflation. A Labour government would inherit a challenging backdrop. Nevertheless, we find opportunities in both equities and fixed income.
With so many transactions taking place, the holiday season is prime time for criminals.
When an Alzheimer’s diagnosis is made, women tend to be caregivers for the patients—often resulting in a financial setback for those females.
No matter how much help you end up providing your children or grandchildren, it's important it doesn't come at the cost of your retirement planning.
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