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Crypto-assets appear in a revived and refreshed bull market, the analyst writes. Senior Bloomberg Commodity Analyst Mike McGlone weighs in with a very bullish prognosis for crypto-assets in the September edition of Bloomberg’s Crypto Outlook 2021. Considering cryptos such as bitcoin and ethereum are lifting off in the second half of the year from levels…
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A group of researchers at Stanford University, led by Mark Jacobson, has prepared detailed roadmaps for 143 countries that account for 99.7 percent of all global greenhouse gas emissions. These roadmaps provide for a 100% transition to wind-water-solar (WWS) energies and storage by 2050, and 80% by 2030.
The global cost? All of about $73 trillion as per the present value of capital cost. The payback is in under seven years, and comes with massive benefits
The annual strategy report from LaSalle advises investors to maintain a strategic balance of offensive and defensive positions.
LaSalle Investment Management’s Investment Strategy Annual (ISA) 2020 says investors need to capitalize on opportunities and mitigate risk in 2020, according to an article by Andrea Zander in Institutional Real Estate, Inc.
The report covers outlooks for both the Canadian and US real estate markets.
Stanford University’s latest report, AI Index, provides useful insights into the progress of AI.
According to the report, Singapore, Brazil, Australia, Canada, and India experienced the fastest growth in AI hiring from 2015 to 2019. However, in the US, the share of jobs in AI-related topics increased from 0.26% of total jobs posted in 2010 to 1.32% in October 2019.
SIFMA’s bi-annual survey compiles economic focus from its Roundtable members, the chief US economists of over 20 global and regional financial institutions. SIFMA’s 2019 End-Year US Economic Survey forecasts US GDP growth for 2020 at 1.8%, down 0.1% from the June Survey. “Despite the markdown in 2020 GDP growth, the economy still expected to expand at a moderate pace,” said Ellen Zentner, a Managing Director and Chief U.S. Economist for Morgan Stanley. She is also the chair of SIFMA’s Economic Advisory Roundtable.
A report by Cerulli Associates says wealthy American investors, as well as their next-gen successors, are considering ESG investing.
High net worth (HNW) investors in the US are increasingly gravitating towards environmental – social – governance (ESG) investment strategies, says Cerulli in their new report.
Invesco presented its study of 139 sovereign wealth funds at Investment Magazine’s Fiduciary Investors Symposium. The Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study 2019 shows these investors raised allocations to fixed income and alternative investments during 2019.
However, they reduced their exposure to listed equities.
Natixis Investment Managers commissioned a survey of 200 Chief Investment Officers (CIOs) at insurers in Asia, Europe, and North America. Nearly 75% said that it was essential to include alternative investments in their portfolios.
Their view emerged from current trends that make it very difficult for the CIOs to earn alpha.
A study commissioned by IndexIQ reveals that there could be a surge in institutional interest in liquid alternative ETFs. This trend could push up their assets to $114 billion, or double their current value, in the coming 12 months.
Brookfield Asset Management held its Investor Day recently. Management made a few things very clear.
First, if interest rates remain low, investors will have no alternative except alternative investments.
“What’s Next? Investment Trends for the Future” – A New Study Gauges the Institutional View Three Decades Into the Future
The poll explores institutional investors’ sentiment and allocations regarding the dominant economic trends in the global economy.
Investcorp, a leading global provider and manager of alternative investment products, conducted the new study. It showed that 78% of respondents were very confident that an aging population would be the most important trend over the next thirty years.