The COP26 conference will soon be held in Glasgow from November 1-12. The G20 and other global government organizations and standardization bodies are moving quickly to give coherence to a complex international panorama on sustainable finance.
The core discussion on the markets has taken a turn that investors weren't expecting and that is now weighing heavily on many indexes that had been close to all-time highs.
Prices continue to rise for raw materials, including oil and natural gas, and it seems like the end of this story is still not in sight.
The hunt for returns has now begun. Companies are getting ready for a new scenario, with experts predicting normalization of the figures being reported.
As predicted, Congress passed a $480 billion debt ceiling increase (The White House has said President Biden will sign it into law).
“I don't think there's a bubble in the stock markets, even if what's driving the rallies doesn't make much economic sense”
Along with the ongoing debate on whether inflation is now temporary or permanent, another has arisen among an already large group of analysts.
The field of behavioral economics is focused on the study of how psychological, social, and cognitive factors can affect the financial decisions made by individuals.
Inflation is an extremely significant element in all pension systems, as how it is handled can have a major impact on the pension amount.
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