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Market Commentary | 02.07.2021
Battery technology, the hydrogen economy and blockchain technology are themes that have recently caused a stir – in some cases akin to hype – on the stock markets. Looking to the past, we see that hype situations always play out in a similar way. There is a pattern to them. In our latest Market Commentary, Philip Bold explains what we can learn from them for investment in hyped themes.
Market Commentary | 07.06.2021
The response of central banks across the world to the coronavirus crisis has been monumental. Now, the calls for monetary support to be tapered in light of the fact that the economy is recovering and valuations are high in all markets are starting to become louder. While some central banks are already taking steps in this regard, the major central banks are reluctant. In our latest Market Commentary, Tobias Burggraf explains what monetary policy lessons central banks could learn from marathon training.
Market Commentary | 04.05.2021
Everybody is talking about reflation. But what does reflation actually mean, and how does it differ from inflation? In our latest Market Commentary, Dr. Andrea Siviero looks at these differences and the impact a reflationary environment has on capital markets.
Market Commentary | 07.04.2021
Once considered a niche product, sustainable bonds have increased in popularity in recent years and have a performance edge. In our latest Market Commentary, Dr. Volker Schmidt looks at the development of green bonds and discusses the various sustainability classifications for these products.
Market Commentary | 02.03.2021
All ETHENEA funds are classified as Article 8 funds under the new Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation. This demonstrates our commitment to offer our clients attractive sustainable investment solutions. In our latest Market Commentary, Christian Schmitt looks at what charting a course for a more sustainable future in our funds involves.
Market Commentary | 02.02.2021
These days, the media is forever warning that inflation is about to make a comeback, raising the spectre of the hyperinflation of the 1920s. The question is, are fears of inflation in general, or indeed hyperinflation, really justified? Dr. Volker Schmidt considers this question in our latest Market Commentary.
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