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In recent years world trade dynamics have definitely shown an accentuated inversion of the globalisation trend and its robust contribution to global economic performance. The Great Financial Crisis (GFC) marked a historic turning point in the degree of global economic integration.
Alessia BERARDI, Marie BRIERE
This year was supposed to be the year when policymakers, corporates and investors charged ahead in the fight against climate change. After the disappointing COP25 in Madrid, shocking wildfires in Australia at the end of 2019, an ambitious plan emerged from the European Union to tackle climate change head on with its Green Deal.
Alice DE BAZIN, Tobias HESSENBERGER, Théophile POUGET-ABADIE
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, all eyes have been on the unfolding health catastrophe and the consequences of confinement: economies halted, exploding rates of unemployment (in particular in the United States), and rising debt levels. In this extraordinary context, inflation is often overlooked. This is a dangerous mistake, in our view. For investors, now more than ever, it is crucial to keep a very close eye on this metric—in particular, since we may be at the beginning of a complete regime shift.
Laetitia BALDESCHI, Claudia BERTINO, Juliette COHEN, Bastien DRUT, Laura FIOROT, Tristan PERRIER
Amundi’s Quantitative Research team has been studying the evolution of ESG investing across asset classes and geographies for the past several years. With the coronavirus pandemic, we have carefully examined these Responsible Investing trends and have identified some interesting findings
Takaya SEKINE, Fréderic LEPETIT
For several years now we have argued that the social theme, and in particular the issue of social inequality, was becoming a major issue for various global economies and for investors, both institutional and retail.
Jean-Jacques BARBERIS, Bastien DRUT, Théophile POUGET-ABADIE
On 23 February 2020, when Italy announced the Lombardy lockdown, and then on 11 March 2020, when the World Health Organization classified Covid-19 as a pandemic, what started as an emerging disease in China in a few weeks turned into one of the most serious health crises ever known. Equity markets across all financial centres plunged.
Jean-Jacques BARBERIS, Marie BRIERE