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Commentary & Opinion
January 14, 2020 BlackRock CEO says the climate crisis is about to trigger ‘a fundamental reshaping of finance’Source: CNBC
The chief of the world’s largest money manager believes the intensifying climate crisis will bring about a fundamental reshaping of finance, with a significant reallocation of capital set to take place “sooner than most...
January 6, 2020 5 easy ways to be more sustainable and save money in 2020Source: CNBC
If you want to live more sustainably, don’t put too much pressure on yourself to change all of your habits overnight. Focus on making one smaller change at a time,
Source: South China Morning Post
China’s trade and tariff war with the US is its biggest economic threat, with growth now expected to slip below the psychologically important 6 per cent figure
Former Trump senior economic adviser Steve Moore discusses how the economy is working for middle-class Americans.
December 30, 2019 Get Brexit done’? We’re not even allowed to mention itSource: The Guardian
When Johnson returns from the West Indies and moves on from victory celebrations to the hard study of what his officials tell him, he should realise that his campaign promises are totally incompatible with the appalling economic...
December 24, 2019 Opinion: Why higher stock prices, a strong economy and Trump’s re-election are likely in 2020Source: MarketWatch
December 2019 is the exact opposite of December 2018 for stock investors. Instead of overtightening, as it did back then, the Federal Reserve is accelerating the growth of its balance sheet.
December 16, 2019 Goldman Sachs’ commercially driven plan for sustainabilitySource: Financial Times
David Solomon, chief executive of Goldman Sachs, says the company will target $750bn of financing, investing and advisory activity to areas such as clean energy and sustainable food production © Bloomberg
December 12, 2019 JPMorgan CEO Dimon optimistic about US economy in 2020Source: Fox Business
JPMorgan chief executive Jamie Dimon says he expects the U.S. economy to expand at a rate of 2 percent next year, though if trade tensions with China persist or erupt further with the European Union that could create a...
The Fed has referred to its shift from rate-hiking last year to three cuts this year as a “mid-cycle adjustment,” which would leave it on hold for now and summons happy memories of prior such Fed-enabled “soft landings.”
Imagine there’s no trade deal and that the U.S.-China battle is left to rumble on through most of next year instead.
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