How to Invest in China’s Energy Transition
Investing in Companies That Share Your Values
Your one and only question is the following: what do electric vehicles and plant-based burgers have in common? The answer: they’re both getting better the whole time.
Nirujan Kana from CI Global Asset Management Discusses the Growing Demand for Active ETFs
The Race to Net Zero: Challenges and Opportunities
More and more investment is being channelled toward achieving net zero carbon emissions. To understand the scale of the task, consider what net zero means.
Was That A Delta Head Fake?
London Capital Market H1 2021 Highlights
The Economic Re-Opening Drives Inflationary Pressures While COVID-19 Weighs on Markets
Last week’s US Consumer Price Index print was higher than expected. Investors immediately assumed that the Fed would raise rates more quickly, causing the yield curve to flatten.
Looking Ahead: A Deep Dive into Asia
China’s Economic Recovery Is Steadying
Let’s Make An (Infrastructure) Deal
Charged: DOJ Probing Electric-Truck Startup Lordstown Motors
Tesla, NIO and Xpeng report second quarter vehicles deliveries. Tesla (TSLA) announced that in the second quarter, it produced 206,421 vehicles and delivered 201,250.
The Six Major Drivers of ESG Ratings
The explosion of interest in sustainable finance has seen investors stampede into the sector and providers rush to bring products to market to meet demand.
Sustainable: Mainstreaming ESG
The origin of the modern day meaning of sustainability can be traced back to a publication from October 1987 in a report entitled “Our Common Future,” the culmination of an immense amount of work by the UN World Commission on Environment and Development.
Bitcoin Mining Uses a Higher Mix of Sustainable Energy Than Any Major Country or Industry
Duane Green President & CEO at Franklin Templeton Canada Discusses TSX listing of Sustainable ETFs
Clean Technology Policy Support Lifts Sector As Didi’s Downdraft Weighs on Sentiment
Asian equities were mixed as China, Australia and India outperformed while Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan and SE Asia were off.
Is Biden Vulnerable At The Gas Pump?
Voters have a history of blaming the president for high gasoline prices, even if the White House has limited power to change them.
Oil is Gushing
Inflation Outlook Is Key in the Second Half of 2021
The crucial area for investors over the next six months will be inflation-related data in my opinion. Historically, wage growth is a key inflationary component.
Charged: Tesla Addresses Safety Issue In 285,000 Vehicles In China
China’s State Administration for Market Regulation announced over the weekend that Tesla (TSLA) would “recall” 249,855 China-made Model 3 and Model Y cars, and 35,665 imported Model 3 sedans due to risks associated with the autopilot feature.