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Investment Strategy

Lower, for longer, and nearly forever

With tapering in Europe and normalisation in the US, could 2018 herald the return to monetary policy fundamentals? Standish chief economist Vincent Reinhart thinks not.

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Fighting Fires

America’s midterm elections, Italy’s Five Star Movement and Brexit have the potential to amplify geopolitical risks in the year ahead. Have investors become too complacent about their potential impact on markets, asks Mellon Capital’s Sinead Colton?

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The 'everything' bubble

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The renewables revolution

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