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Escalate… retaliate… repeat

5 Oct 2018, Standish

Here, Aninda Mitra, senior sovereign analyst, BNY Mellon Investment Management, asks the question: who wins in a US/China trade war?

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US decoupling: Built to last?

5 Oct 2018, Newton

Newton Investment Management global strategist Brendan Mulhern considers the current twin track trajectory of global growth. Can the US continue to soar? Will Europe and Asia fall further behind?

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Nick Clay: Navigating market bias in volatile markets

23 Sep 2018, Nick Clay

Navigating market bias and consistently sticking to proven investment processes can help investors survive the peaks and troughs of heightened risk in volatile markets, says Newton Investment Management Global Equity

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Real Return: Q2 update

19 Sep 2018, BNY Mellon

An introduction to new fund manager Andy Warwick and an update on performance and positioning to Q2 and beyond.  

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Infographic: Electric vehicles - the niche investment hitting the mainstream

12 Sep 2018, Naomi Waistell

We stand on the cusp of a global electric vehicle (EV) revolution, Newton’s Naomi Waistell looks at what this means for some of the myths around the future of EV’s

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The evolution of infrastructure

6 Sep 2018, Jim Lydotes

As the world takes on an increasingly social agenda, why should infrastructure investments be any different? The Boston Company’s1 Jim Lydotes explains how he is moving with the times.

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Retirement funding doubts present drawdown quandary

6 Sep 2018, BNY Mellon

While changing regulations and so-called pension freedoms have increased market choice, funding retirement needs and assessing drawdown requirements can still present investors and their advisors with considerable challenges. Here, BNY

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Special Report: The ESG Landscape

5 Sep 2018, BNY Mellon

As environmental, social and governance considerations become ever more prominent, experts from BNY Mellon consider the implications for investors.

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Podcast: Genomics, retirement and quahog clams

18 Jun 2018, Paul Flood

With healthcare advancements targeting prolonged lifespans and potentially a healthier old age, we may need to rethink the way we have traditionally invested for retirement and how long our income

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Podcast: Rebels with a cause

18 Jun 2018, Standish

Despite the US withdrawl from the Paris Accord,  individual US states remain committed to its climate change initatives and resulting infrastructure spend. Dan Rabasco at Standish3 a part of BNY Mellon

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Podcast: Is a Jetson's-type future ahead of us?

11 Jun 2018, Jim Lydotes

What is the future for developed cities as re-urbanisation stretches resources and infrastructure needs? Jim Lydotes, portfolio manager at The Boston Company, part of BNY Mellon Asset Management North America

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Podcast: Tough gig? The world of work in the digital age

11 Jun 2018, Paul Brain

The gig economy is epitomised by companies such as Uber and Deliveroo, which enable piecemeal work fed through to workers via an app. Are they also responsible for structurally lower

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Podcast: The upside of ageing: Japan's connectivity challenge

11 Jun 2018, Miyuki Kashima

An ageing population, a low crime rate and an openness to new technology make Japan the perfect incubator for the next wave of connectivity says BNY Mellon's5 Miyuki Kashima.  

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Podcast: Deconstructing the bitcoin boom

11 Jun 2018, Aron Pataki

The meteoric rise of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin has polarised debate within the financial community between those who welcome its innovation and those who fear its success. In this podcast, Newton

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Battery advances help fuel electric vehicle revolution

30 May 2018, Naomi Waistell

Revolutionary progress in the electric vehicle (EV) market is driving a surge in demand for advanced car batteries and related commodities with major implications for both emerging markets and global

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US stocks: Time for a value play?

30 May 2018, The Boston Company

The policies enacted by ‘populist’ President Trump could see value approaches come to the fore following a decade of growth bias in the US market.

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Our commitment to data privacy – the General Data Protection Regulation

18 May 2018, BNY Mellon

You may be aware that the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR“) comes into force on 25 May 2018. The GDPR introduces additional obligations designed to enhance data protection

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The long and short of it: what derivatives say about human nature (and how investors could profit)

14 May 2018, Colin Bennett

For Warren Buffett, derivatives were once “financial weapons of mass destruction”, but for Insight Investment portfolio manager Colin Bennett they enable access to investment opportunities that can generate returns through

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Ways of seeing

30 Apr 2018, Newton

The growing sophistication of the virtual reality experience and a resurgence of interest in both VR and AR potential could yield major new benefits for global business sectors, consumers and

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