What is the world you dream of? If investment is a bet on the future, what is the future we want to finance? These questions guided the discussions of our last Next Gen Philanthropy Forum earlier this month. Have a look at our speakers to discover how to combine people, planet and profit for a purpose driven future!
Just two months ago, the world economy seemed well on the way to a nice recovery. Trade and political tensions were easing, growth projections were revised upward and financial markets were cheery. Now all bets are off.
Sophie and Matthew are in love: they live at the same address, they are considering buying a house, and are thinking about having kids. Should they get married? Or can they just continue to live together? In the past, such a couple would have decided to get married.
From overconfidence to overreaction? That remains to be seen. The spread of coronavirus infections outside China also contaminated equity, bond, currency and commodity markets in February. Our expert Johan Gallopyn discusses the most important trends of an eventful month.
2019 was a year in which virtually every investment asset rose. This was also the case in December, with the exception of bonds which had to concede ground last month. Our expert Johan Gallopyn analyses the most important trends in the equity, bond, currency and commodities markets for you.
“Reinvent money. Transform the global economy. So people everywhere can live better lives.” The mission of Facebook’s new coin is a working example of golden circle marketing. However, there are clear economic limits to what it can achieve. It will not end up replacing national currencies.
Despite the volatility of recent months, most financial markets closed quarter 3 2019 positively. In September too, the equity, bond, currency and commodity markets experienced fluctuations. Our expert, Johan Gallopyn, analyses it for you.