Interest-rate liberalisation will be crucial to the success of China’s broader financial reform ambitions.
One of the key elements of our research process is what we call ‘horizon scanning’. We have recently considered on that research the farm animal welfare.
In European equities, employing a “straw hats in winter” strategy – when something is not in demand, it should be available at a lower price – can produce attractive returns.
Each month, Christian Dargnat, Head of the distribution business line, gives a view on the investment strategy.
The relationship between central banks and financial markets is complex.
Europe’s small and medium caps can earn relatively high returns, especially when their balance sheets are strong and their business generates plenty of cash.
William De Vijlder talks about the US dollar attractivity in 2014.
Despite the huge scientific strides forward over recent decades in tackling illness and the ageing process, particularly in the field […]
The European Commission is betting on the building sector in order for the EU to become more energy-efficient.
BNP Paribas Asset Management (BNPP IP) has published a new book entitled CLIMAT[e], in collaboration with the GoodPlanet Foundation and Erik Orsenna, which examines the economic, social and environmental impacts of climate change.
The Accord on Fire and Building Safety covers all Bangladeshi suppliers to the signatory companies and addresses a series of critical issues, and aims to assure safe working conditions.
When inflation expectations become unanchored it will be too late
As part of our 2014 webinar series to provide our clients with reliable information and insights, we have decided to organise a web conference (webinar) focused on “Why should European equities outperform?”.
European equities have enjoyed a major rally. Eurozone equities have fared even better.
Fundamental changes will be needed to ensure growth and tackle natural resource constraints or competition over them.
Blending the best of the onshore and offshore opportunities
Developed economies could face chronically weak demand and slow economic growth
Will we see the start of normalisation in 2014 and how will this impact financial markets? Upside for bond yields should be limited. Equities have scope for further gains