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Risk markets continue to grind higher, even as economic data and forecasts further discount hopes for a swift economic recovery. Head of Investment Portfolios, James Gutman, provides a macro update.
In the first webinar of the series we discuss whether impact investing is relevant in a time of global emergency and ask our guests to share their insights on how private clients and markets are responding to the pandemic. Watch the full video now.
Following a steep decline in prices over the past several weeks, we expect crude oil to rally sharply later in 2020 and early 2021. Head of Investment Portfolios, James Gutman, provides an update on the oil market.
Investors and analysts are carefully examining economic tea leaves for signs of what is to come but confusion still reigns. Here, Head of Investment Portfolios, James Gutman, provides a macro update.
In this excerpt from our Q1 2020 investment outlook, Dolfin Head of Investment Management Simon Black discusses sustainable food sources, the future of food, and how we as a planet will feed ourselves.
In this latest excerpt from our Q1 2020 investment outlook, Dolfin Investment Associate Anny Giavelli looks at how the impact investing market continues to grow and mature as demand for social change rapidly increases.
The Chinese word for crisis loosely translates as a combination of “danger” and “opportunity”. Our Head of Investment Management, Simon Black, outlines how we are adapting our portfolios in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
In this latest excerpt from our Q1 2020 investment outlook, Dolfin Credit Analyst Geoff Wan discusses the green bond market, how it has grown over the last few years, and looks to the future and introduction of the SDG (Sustainable Development Goals) format.
In this excerpt from our Q1 2020 investment outlook, Dolfin Senior Investment Manager Anton Kapkin looks at some of the recent trends and developments affecting the global venture capital market.
Despite the Conservative party winning a majority in Thursday’s UK general election, Brexit is far from ‘done’. The majority certainly gives Prime Minister Johnson more options, but all this really means is that the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit has diminished. Some investors, it seems, are overlooking this.