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Economics alphabet

The way CEOs around the world perceive the economic recovery scenarios post-COVID19 depends greatly on their geographical position and how their countries deal with the pandemic. This is the interesting fact John Plassard analyses today in his Morning Coffee.

Weekly Macro Update

FED's monetary policy meeting

Valentin Bissat casts a light on macro economic data and central banks’ decisions in this Weekly Macro Update, a review of the focal insights from the economic and asset management spheres.

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Black Swan

Increase in Covid-19 cases in many European countries raises the question of new lockdown measures... But could the economies survive such a scenario? This is the question addressed by John Plassard in today's Morning Coffee.

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The price of a president

The presidential and legislative elections of 2020 in the US are about to become the most expensive ones in History. What can explain such an increase in investment ? John Plassard spends some time on the subject in his Morning Coffee.

Bond moment

Green wave

The "build back better" trend and "green ambitions" are boosting the market. New more respectful bonds allow investors to know how their money is invested. This trend speaks for more integration and support to transitioning companies. In her Bond Moment, Catherine Reichlin addresses the "green wave" in a constructive and optimistic manner.

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A vaccine for everyone?

In his Morning Coffee, John Plassard sheds light on the sensitive subject of the coronavirus vaccine, its supply and most importantly... its accessibility!

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Sorry we're closed

As a side effect of the coronavirus pandemic, more and more small and medium-sized shops keep closing their doors in the US. What are the real numbers and what businesses suffer the most ? John Plassard has made them the subject of his Morning Coffee.

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New energy

In his Morning Coffee today, John Plassard makes a global overview of renewable energy, a successful and promising sector. Are we there yet?

Weekly Macro Update

Chinese recovery

Marie Thibout casts a light on macro economic data and central banks’ decisions in this Weekly Macro Update, a review of the focal insights from the economic and asset management spheres.

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Beat the clock

Is it the end of the Swiss mechanical watch, seriously challenged by the connected watch? Not at all, according to John Plassard! Take the time to listen to our expert's Morning Coffee.

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Pet love

In 2019, Americans spent more than $70 billion on their pets. This tendency is exacerbated by cultural changes and innovation in the field. John Plassard shares some pet love in his Morning Coffee !

Bond moment

The End of the Curve

This week, Catherine Reichlin discusses the very long-end of the US yield curve and why investors are taking the duration risk.

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How is China coping?

Let's dive a minute into the Chinese economy. What is it made of? What are the perspectives? John Plassard will be your guide!

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Cost of raising children

The personal part of personal finance is always harder to deal with because circumstances color the way we view our money decisions. Did you ever wonder how much raising a child costs? John Plassard tackles this question in his Morning Coffee.

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ECB Meeting

What should be expect from today's ECB meeting? What's at stake and what are the options available? John Plassard gives a little bit of an overview...

Weekly Macro Update

US Unemployment

Gero Jung casts a light on macro economic data and central banks’ decisions in his Weekly Macro Update, a review of the focal insights from the economic and asset management spheres.

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Half glass full

In a year described so far as bleak and uncertain, isn't it time to open up for optimism? That's what John Plassard discusses in today's Morning Coffee.

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Down and out

Shortage of payment and resulting evictions are one of the many consequences of the pandemic in the US. Fortunately, eviction moratoria hit the pause button on a major housing crisis, but until when ? It is the subject of John Plassard’s Morning Coffee.

Bond moment

Like a Camel

This week, Catherine Reichlin looks more deeply into the subject of Egypt's debt, and details all of the country's initiatives in the bond world and beyond.

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Dead weight

After a few months with people stuck at home, did the crisis have a tangible effect on their weight and does it have an impact on the world of finance? In short, yes, but for more explanations, turn to John Plassard !