MACRO AND MARKETS

MACRO AND MARKETS

China aims for self-sufficiency Germany’s elusive recovery

The persistence of the pandemic has delayed what promises to be a strong rebound in growth, while Chancellor Merkel’s departure casts uncertainty over the election in September and the country’s future role in the EU, reports flow’s Graham Buck

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MACRO AND MARKETS

China aims for self-sufficiency China aims for self-sufficiency

The just-published 14th Five-Year Plan is less concerned with growth targets than going it alone and making China self-reliant on goods such as computer chips, report flow’s Graham Buck and Janet Du Chenne

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MACRO AND MARKETS, COVID-19, TRADE FINANCE

Steering post-Covid recovery Steering post-Covid recovery

The changeover at the US economic helm ushers in a stimulus-based approach to economic revival. But leadership handovers in Germany and Japan are not likely to replicate that policy shift. What does this mean for the new world order? flow’s Graham Buck and Clarissa Dann investigate

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SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

Building ESG investor frameworks Building ESG investor frameworks

As the pursuit of alignment with ESG considerations is increasingly shaping investor fund management strategies, flow talks to Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of ESG for Company Research Debbie Jones on what this means for market sector analysis and how regulation is shifting capital towards more sustainable investment objectives

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MACRO AND MARKETS

Inflation genie drivers Inflation genie drivers

Once post-Covid economic growth accelerates, will inflation spiral out of control? flow’s Graham Buck examines current measures and past performances for indicators

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Digital currencies, differing motives Digital currencies, differing motives

Until quite recently, the attitude of many of central banks towards digital currencies ranged from antipathy to hostility. Led by China, most are now warming to the concept – or are even actively developing their own. However, as flow’s Graham Buck reports there are a range of motivating factors behind the change in attitude

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MACRO AND MARKETS, TRADE FINANCE

Post-Brexit TCA: fit for purpose? Post-Brexit TCA: fit for purpose?

flow reports on responses to the long-awaited EU-UK trade deal, concluded just days before the transition period expired on 31 December 2020

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MACRO AND MARKETS, COVID-19

Asia leads in post-Covid recovery Asia leads in post-Covid recovery

Prompt responses to the pandemic provided a role model for other countries while Asia’s exporters are meeting demand from still-restricted economies elsewhere. The region’s ability to trade as a multilateral bloc is the other accelerator of the recovery, report flow’s Janet du Chenne and Graham Buck

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