Even when equity markets are unsettled, investors who develop a deep understanding of dynamics in sectors and individual companies can find opportunities.
Bond markets are supposed to be placid. But outsized uncertainty in today’s bond markets is putting investors on edge. We make sense of today’s investing landscape.
Successful CMBS investments depend on property values, but investors have been overlooking a swath of potential hazards. It’s time for climate risks to join the discussion.
COVID-19 has aggravated inequality and social problems across EM economies, fueling populism. Key ESG metrics can help show potential pressure points.
While developed countries shape climate agreements, it’s China’s participation that matters most and will impact both climate change and investments.
We address the three most common investor concerns we’re hearing today—inflation, tapering and climate risk. Plus, a bonus worry (if you’re not thinking about this risk, you should be).
Evaluating carbon handprints, or the way a product or service affects the environment, is a good way to find companies that are providing powerful solutions to the world’s climate challenges while offering attractive growth potential.
ESG-linked bonds have become very popular in investment-grade markets. We think the time is right for high-yield issuers to join in. For investors, that means new opportunities.
China’s 2060 carbon-neutral framework reveals how Beijing envisions the country’s economic future. As efforts to generate more sustainable growth progress, the transition to a greener economy will create diverse new investment opportunities.
Investors are eager to buy bonds that help create a better, more sustainable world. Here’s how to navigate the evolving landscape.
Climate transition is a huge area of focus for investors. And corporate bonds will play a critical role in the journey to a net-zero carbon economy.
The recent listing of Coinbase has rekindled ESG questions about the cryptocurrency boom. However, we believe concerns about the high-energy intensity of Bitcoin mining are overstated, and the technology can play a less-acknowledged but important role in promoting financial inclusion.
Low-carbon investing naturally leans toward renewable energy opportunities. But more industrial companies are taking the extra step to lower emissions with efficient energy technologies and by more accurately measuring their carbon footprint.