The Macro Viewpoint - Rates up, dollar down
Ryan Wang and Simon Wells review the latest rate hikes by the Fed and Bank of England following market turbulence. Paul Mackel explains why we think the dollar is likely to weaken over the coming months.
Under the Banyan Tree - Banking volatility: Is Asia at risk?
With uncertainty gripping financial markets after big moves in the US and European banking sectors, Fred Neumann and Herald van der Linde discuss whether Asia could be at risk, and what the region has learned from history.
The ESG Brief - Weighing the EU's new carbon rules on an industrial scale
In this edition, James Rydge, Head of ESG Research, EMEA, explains one of the newest acronyms in the European Union's journey to a net zero economy, CBAM, and the long-term impact it may have on the region's biggest industrial carbon dioxide emitters.
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