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Cybersecurity: A growing risk

June 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has raised the threat of Russian cyberattacks on businesses, and underscores the critical importance of cybersecurity to all industries.

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The Potential Impact of Financial Repression

June 2022

Historical analysis and forward-looking asset return estimates argue for greater diversification away from nominal Treasuries amid financial repression.

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The 2022 Emerging Markets Roundtable

May 2022

Emerging markets are a very diverse set of countries and regions, and provide ample opportunity to generate alpha. 

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Green government bonds: The promise and pitfalls

March 2022

Green sovereign debt issuance is on the rise and could dramatically improve liquidity and standards across the green bond market as a whole. Investor demand is high, but it is important both not to overpay for green sovereigns and to monitor what issuers do with ‘green’ funds.

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Analyst Survey 2022: Reality bites for ESG

May 2022

The overwhelming majority of Fidelity International analysts report a growing emphasis on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues among the companies they cover. But as they focus more on ESG, companies are starting to realize the scale of the challenge ahead.

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Energy independence drive and renewables adoption

May 2022

The devastating war in Ukraine has dramatically increased the need for energy independence in the European Union, which announced a plan to reduce its reliance on Russian gas. This will require more use of fossil fuels in the short term, but long-term should accelerate the switch to renewables.

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Q2 Outlook: The “Grand Chessboard” reconfigured

April 2022

Fidelity International's investment team sets out the three themes it expects to dominate the second quarter as the global order is redefined and stagflation risks intensify.

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Webcast: Is the emerging markets thesis broken?

May 2022

Emerging markets have historically presented strong opportunities to capture higher returns within its fast-growing regions. But with increasing challenges - growing geopolitical risks, a surge in commodity prices adding to already prevailing inflationary pressures and a slowdown in China - does the thesis for investing in emerging markets still hold true?

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David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet: Rate hikes and their consequences

April 2022

Central banks are set to rapidly raise interest rates to bring inflation under control. How may these rate hikes impact the performance of financial markets? In their latest paper, David Wolf, David Tulk and Ilan Kolet explore the impacts of rate hikes and how they are positioning their Canadian multi-asset class funds for Canadian investors.

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Emerging Markets: Navigating a challenging period

April 2022

As risks peak, it’s an opportune time to invest in EM.

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