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18JUL 2019

Turning up the heat: are investors making up for lack of public leadership?

With governments failing to display sufficient climate leadership during the G20 summit in Japan, active ownership is on the rise.

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17JUL 2019

Markets

Stranger Things vs Mickey Mouse: How the media old guard is adapting to disruption

Everyone’s focused on the new kids on the block like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, but don’t underestimate the ability of the established order such as Walt Disney to adapt and thrive.

12JUL 2019

Markets

How the stock market’s fading status could increase social inequality

The increasing number of companies shunning the stock market could contribute to rising inequality in society. We’ve identified three ways to fight back

11JUL 2019

Markets

Up in smoke: tobacco firms feel burn of disruption

Few industries are seeing as much disruption to the old order as tobacco. What does this mean for investors?

11JUL 2019

Economics

Why has India's budget disappointed investors?

Analyst Robert Ledger assesses the new government’s budget in India, and what it means for investors.

10JUL 2019

Markets

What is “energy transition” and why does it matter to investors?

The switch to renewable energy is gathering pace and is likely to prove hugely disruptive.

09JUL 2019

Global Investor Study

Only a fifth of investors held their nerve during 2018 stock market tumble

Only 18% of investors stuck with their long term investment plan during last year’s market turmoil, according to Schroders Global Investor Study.

08JUL 2019

Markets

Burning ambition: The price of tackling climate change

Europe wants to become a zero-emissions economy by 2050. To remain competitive, new green border taxes may be inevitable.