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CBDCs: what’s not to love? CBDCs: what’s not to love?

As Jamaica prepares to launch its own central bank digital currency and China’s digital yuan is fast gaining traction, Deutsche Bank Research’s recent white paper on the future of cash offers a progress report on CBDC launches and initiatives. flow shares its core findings

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Ukraine on the brink Ukraine on the brink

Tensions between Russia and Ukraine having exploded into full-blown war, what are the repercussions for Russian oil and gas exports that escaped the EU and G7 sanctions deep freeze, and the wider risks to neighbouring economies? flow’s Clarissa Dann shares the insights from Deutsche Bank Research

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How sanctions against Russia affect payments and FX How sanctions against Russia affect payments and FX

The United States and the European Union are restricting the use of SWIFT’s payments service for Russia’s banks and freeze the country’s central bank reserves. What will that mean for payments and the FX markets? flow's Desirée Buchholz draws on latest Deutsche Bank Research to summarise the current situation

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Transition metals: in the fast lane? Transition metals: in the fast lane?

As the automobile industry shifts up a gear on accelerating average selling prices and electrification, what does this mean for transition metals? In the second article drawing on Deutsche Bank Research’s January 2022 Commodities Outlook Clarissa Dann reports on a copper supply tipping point and what this means for inflation

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Commodities 2022 – a transition-tinted landscape Commodities 2022 – a transition-tinted landscape

As economies implement their decarbonisation targets, this changes supply and demand for not only metals and minerals, but also the energy needed to smelt the ores. Drawing on Deutsche Bank Research analysis, flow’s Clarissa Dann takes a closer look at China’s aluminium output, and the prospect of another oil glut

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Higher energy prices – here to stay? Higher energy prices – here to stay?

The recent surge in energy prices raises big questions: will Europe be able to secure its energy supply on the back of reduced investments in fossil fuels and ongoing geopolitical conflicts? And how can corporates best prepare for a prolonged period of elevated energy prices? flow’s Desirée Buchholz reports

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Germany’s government: traffic light or Jamaica coalition? Germany’s government: traffic light or Jamaica coalition?

Germany’s Social Democratic Party (SPD) and its leader Olaf Scholz was the winner of last month’s federal election. Yet he is not yet confirmed as successor to outgoing Chancellor Angel Merkel, while the new government could comprise a three-party coalition with major ideological differences, reports flow’s Graham Buck

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China’s capital markets path to growth China’s capital markets path to growth

As 300 million of Middle Kingdom’s households become middle class, this step up is one huge driver of investment demand. In a recent Global Custodian webinar organised in partnership with Deutsche Bank, panelists discussed China’s capital markets explosion and the new shape of investor demand

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