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CIO insights - Four investing paradigms for an era of regime shifts
"As structural trends take place, different long term economic scenarios emerge that will require investors to rethink their investment strategies. In this new world, equities could be less risky than previously thought, Emerging Markets should gain a relevant role in the core allocation, while bond investing will need to be flexible in the search for opportunities across the liquidity continuum."
A guide to the middle east jigsaw
"The change in leadership with the enhanced inclusion of young Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman is also moving Saudi Arabia into a more aggressive stance in all relevant political issues."
A view on small and mid-cap equities moving towards 2018
"Valuations in European small and mid-cap stocks are not cheap, but this asset class continues to be favoured by the positive economic backdrop, high exposure to domestic dynamics, and possible increase in M&A."
Cross Asset Investment Strategy - December 2017- Special edition: Outlook 2018
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Global Investment News - December 2017
CIO views: High conviction ideas from Amundi Global Investment Committee
Back to long-term investing in the age of geopolitical risk
"A sunny outlook with cloudy skies. That’s how investors see their current investment prospects."
Analysing the Exposure of Low-volatility Equity Strategies to Interest Rates
At the dawn of a potential rise in rates triggered by Central Banks in both Europe and the United States, doubts are being raised about the ability of low-volatility portfolios to continue to deliver robust performance.
CHINA: 19th party congress and beyond
"China’s economy appears to be more resilient than it was and the coming slowdown looks likely to be moderate."
New Fed Chair: continuity but looser regulation
The appointment of a moderate republican, like Powell, appears as a pledge given by Trump to the moderates of his camp that he needs to pass tax cuts.