While new coronavirus cases are plateauing, although not yet declining significantly, countries in Europe are beginning to judge the economic pain wreaked by Covid-19 containment measures to be worse than the infection itself and are shifting focus slowly...
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Round-up of ESG coverage
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Avoids countries with existing difficulties
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Link reduces stake in Schroder UK Public Private Trust
Replaces interim head Edith Siermann
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A new beginning for Europe?
As the economic and social impact of Covid-19 plays out, new long-term trends will set the world on a unique course. Fidelity’s Global CIO Andrew McCaffery and Anna Stupnytska, Head of Global Macro and Investment Strategy discuss what this new economic order could look like in terms of state intervention, fiscal activism and Asian leadership.
Will join Chris Elliott as co-portfolio manager on new fund
$500bn in 'worst-case scenario'
Williams joined recently
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Credit fundamentals have worsened since the market sell-off began, although central banks could provide some companies with a soft landing and many firms have drawn on their credit lines in a bid to stay afloat. In our latest edition of 360°, we discuss the uptick in defaults and downgrades and consider what this means for fixed-income markets.
Follows 'comprehensive review'