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Will the emerging market bond rally continue?

August 23, 2016
I have been bullish on emerging market debt as an asset class since last autumn. Even though the Chinese yuan devaluation was toxic, this asset class is up 12 per cent in 2016, thanks to almost $5 billion in cash inflows. The tax amnesty in Indonesia, the political changes in Brazil after President Dilma's impeachment, the election of a center-right pro-business government and $16 billion sovereign debt new issue in Argentina, the successful Reserve Bank of India (RBI)'s inflation targeting policies, the Th ... Read More
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Boom, Balance Or Bust: What's Next For Oil?

August 23, 2016
Oil prices have surged more than 20 percent in the last two weeks but there is quite a bit of disagreement over whether or not the rally can continue. ... Read More

Global EV Outlook 2016

August 23, 2016
This report aims to provide an update on recent EV developments, providing detailed information on the recent evolution of EV registrations (vehicle... Read More

How Artificial Intelligence Could Help Transform The Oil Industry

August 22, 2016
While the oil and gas industry has had its share of ups and downs over the past decade, many financial institutions are banking on a very slow growth... Read More