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18 April 2023 • By Archie Hart • 1 min read

Emerging markets back in favour

The global economy faces myriad challenges in 2023. The Russian-Ukrainian conflict enters its second year with no end in sight, tighter monetary poli...

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Every company is a tech company: Why cyber security matters for sustainability

Since 1975, the value of intangible assets — data, software, and intellectual property — on the balance sheets of US S&P 500 companies has r...

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Dismiss growth at your peril

For global investors, 2022 was a year when many thought that the reckoning had arrived for growth assets. Investors in global equities particularly...

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How do you see the wood for the trees?

We face a twin crisis of climate change and declining biodiversity, and both need to be tackled without delay. Climate change and nature loss are f...

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Niche property sectors lure Australian investors offshore

Australia’s largest investors are allocating more capital offshore to capture the potential returns and diversification benefits of niche property s...

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Fixed interest resurgence fuels ETF innovation, inflows

There was a 24.5 per cent increase in fixed interest ETF buy trades in the half year to end December 2022, according to data from the country’s lead...

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Latest earnings season shows strong growth in listed companies’ ESG updates

With earnings season over, it’s interesting to see how green companies are becoming — and what’s next. More than 57 per cent of ASX-listed c...

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How ESG and value investing can complement one another

On the face of it, value investing and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing are unlikely bedfellows. The very concept of value inv...

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Claiming green credentials can be a risky business

From greenwishing to greencrowding, greenshifting to greenhushing — there is no doubt that greenwashing and all its permutations are firmly in the ...

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Rates and bonds – what next?

Central banks will have tightened a lot by the time they’re done. But people have been surprised at the resiliency of the economic data in the face ...

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