21NOV 2017


Bon Bonn? What the UN Climate Conference taught us

The 23rd UN Climate Conference in Bonn last week showed that the world needs to seriously accelerate efforts to counter climate change.

20NOV 2017


Political risks simmering: Spain, Italy and Austria divided

In this month's infographic we look at the political risks simmering in Europe and the potential issues with global growth without wage inflation.

15NOV 2017


The complete package

We look at the small changes in packaging that could have a big impact on climate change efforts.

07NOV 2017


Monthly markets review - October 2017

A look back at markets in October 2017 when global equities made further progress.

06NOV 2017


The acid test of active management

Active managers are more likely to outperform in certain market conditions, but our research finds that there is also a group that can outperform whatever the weather.

06NOV 2017


Firing on all cylinders?

Despite the strengthening of global activity, inflation remains quiescent. This is creating consternation among policymakers whose models would have predicted a pick-up in wage and price pressure.

06NOV 2017


Climate Progress Dashboard update: Holds at 4.1 degrees

The sustainability team's latest review of climate change efforts highlights the tension mounting between oil and gas producers and the changing transport industry.

01NOV 2017

Global Investor Study

Investing is prioritised over property and savings

Investors prioritise investing over saving, spending or paying down debts, a major new study has found.


31OCT 2017

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - November 2017

This month, our economists puzzle over the lack of inflation in a buoyant global economy, and weigh the difficulties investors face in assessing political risk and emerging market exposure.

30OCT 2017


Do, or do not. There is no try.

Global leaders will meet in Bonn next month to discuss global progress in addressing the causes of climate change. Few commentators expect too much from the event.