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Curlow's convictions: Structural impact of COVID-19 on the office sector
Office space is constantly evolving in order to adapt to changes in the behaviour of its users and incorporate their needs.
Hoping to give thanks
Markets want to trade with cyclical hope but we might be back in a wait-and-see regime for a few weeks.
The emerging market COVID-19 debt surge – no crisis on the horizon, yet
As with advanced economies, the pandemic has led to a massive increase in public spending in emerging markets
Say goodbye, say hello
It seems we might have reached the point when it is reasonable to expect that growth will extend beyond online shopping, communications, payments systems and distribution businesses.
US election update: clarity, but not certainty
With results continuing to trickle in as initial vote counts conclude, multiple news agencies declared Pennsylvania for Biden over the weekend, taking him over the 270 votes needed for an electoral c ...
If after the January 5th run-offs in Georgia the Democrats still don’t control the Senate, President-elect Biden will have to try to follow a “purple pathway” on economic policy to address “secular s ...
And the winner is....
It’s been a fascinating US election so far, as we all thought it would be. Fears of a presidential meltdown at the prospect of losing appear to be materialising before our eyes.
Trump outperforms polling, in for the long haul
President Trump has done much better than polls suggested, but as yet the Presidential election outcome is unknown and appears on a knife-edge
EU’s Bond Issuance program a ‘Game Changer’ for European Sustainable Financing
The European Union’s decision to finance a third of its €750 billion Pandemic Recovery Fund with the issuance of green bonds marks a transformational ‘game changer’ in the development of deep and liq ...