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Shapes of recovery

With the dust beginning to settle on the biggest sell-off in a generation, the next question is whether we’re in line for a recovery, and, if so, what shape that recovery might take.

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Walter Scott holds firm in the teeth of the Covid storm

As March’s stock-market slump gave way to a robust second-quarter recovery, Walter Scott’s¹ Long Term Global Equity team held steady with no major changes to its portfolio. The Long Term Global Equity Strategy has come through the crisis in good shape, and the team believes that its long-term focus stands to benefit in the months and years ahead.

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Turning negatives into positives

COVID-19 has brought unprecedented amounts of change to global markets. Although the first few months of 2020 have been filled with a lot of gloom, here are some of the potential upsides to accompany the negatives from the COVID-19 crisis.

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Investing in sustainability: the power of ESG

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a worrying time for companies and investors globally, but has also put a spotlight on the importance of ESG needs and responsible investing. With ESG¹ getting more attention now than ever before, Newton’s Andrew Parry discusses how companies’ reputations can be affected by how seriously they take this form of investing.

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What today’s consumer behaviour tells us about tomorrow

Since Covid-19 abruptly appeared and changed the lives of many, government-mandated lockdowns have forced a large portion of the global population to stay indoors. Although certain technologies have seen an uptick in demand due to stay-at-home orders, will these behaviours persist when things return to normal?

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Market watch

Video: BNY Mellon Investment Management’s chief economist Shamik Dhar discusses the market correction that we have been seeing over the past few days.

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