Europe is facing a considerable conundrum
Author Archives: David Burrows
For more than 25 years, Dave has written for a wide range of newspapers and broadcasters including The Times,
The Financial Times, The Independent, The Wall Street Journal, The Mail on Sunday, Reuters and Sky News.
Previously nominated as National Financial Media Journalist of the Year, Dave specialises in investment features
and business profiles.
Sharp uptick in social bonds a blip or a trend?
They can be effective tools in promoting gender equality
Can grassroot ESG movements do more than COP26?
Watered down deal is not the sustainability silver bullet
Bank of England credibility questioned after muddled messaging
Lack of clarity ‘leaves BoE unable to anchor market rates and exposes it to unreliability accusations’
Speedbumps expected on equity road to recovery
‘Autumn clouds on the horizon will have consequences for near and mid-term opportunities’
Are asset managers dropping the ball on ESG?
Barely a quarter of the biggest players have set targets
Can ESG disclosures reduce stock market shocks?
One study suggests it could by as much as 26%
Equity investors face a winter of discontent
As huge pool of policy support starts to shrink
Portfolio cash levels revisited on stagflation risk
With markets upgrading the probability of a stagflationary environment, Europe’s asset allocators assess whether to scale down portfolio risk
Will Glasgow play good COP or bad COP?
It has been six years since the Paris Agreement was signed and it’s not looking great…