With a growing focus from investors, corporates and industries across Asia and around the world, sustainability is key to addressing some of the repercussions of the pandemic and accelerating economic recovery.
2020 changed the investment playbook and this has implications for investors in 2021. With markets running hot, but more unknowns than knowns, where are the best opportunities to be found and what are the key risks?
2020 changed the investment playbook and this has implications for investors in 2021. With markets running hot, but more unknowns than knowns, where are the best opportunities to be found and what are the key risks? Join Anthony Doyle,Fidelity International’s Cross-Asset Specialist as he guides investors through the outlook for 2021 and covers the big questions...
2020 was a watershed year for ESG. Prior to Covid-19, interest in ESG was already increasing with climate change at the forefront. Covid-19 sparked increased scrutiny on social and governance issues with investors paying closer attention to whether companies fulfilled their social responsibilities amid a global crisis.
In the wake of Covid-19, what will be the key sustainability themes of the future?
Join Anthony Doyle, Cross-Asset Investment Specialist in his final webinar for the year, as he wraps up the year that we saw - binge borrowing, sinking savings and rising risk. Anthony will also look at some of the key questions Australian investors will face in the year ahead.
On the 6th of October, we saw the first Federal Budget handed down during a recession in almost 30 years. For many, this will be unchartered territory. So as ‘The Great Lockdown’ rolls on, will the Government be able to deliver a recession-busting budget? And what will it mean for investors, particularly those searching for yield?
In 2020 the world has changed by an unimaginable global pandemic. Business models have been transformed driven by supply and demand disruption, changing consumer behaviour, work habits and an even greater social conscience. The factors driving a company’s future success are going to look very different to the past.
The global economy has seen the largest bounce back from a bear market in history. So why is it then that the broader economy isn’t tracking the ASX? Is there something the market knows that the economy doesn’t? And if so, what are the implications for investors?
How big a hit the Australian and global economy has taken?
We live in historic times. The devastating COVID-19 virus has had an unprecedented impact on markets around the globe with the flow-on effect to the global and local economy already well underway. Monetary and fiscal authorities are rapidly stimulating their economies, which will have far-reaching implications for investors’ portfolios and beyond. Oil has collapsed, while investors nervously await incoming economic data to see how big a hit the Australian and global economy has taken.
Australia is in uncharted territory. With the Reserve Bank of Australia officially turning to unconventional monetary policy, what should investors expect and how should they be investing in a world with record low interest rates?
Barely a month into 2020 and we have already seen some extraordinary events. Australia is in the midst of a national bushfire disaster, we’re dealing with the new coronavirus, just as the ASX hits a new high of 7000. So what does it all mean for investors?