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09.08.2022

Deforestation outlook: Challenges and solutions

Reforestation plays a key role in addressing long-term climate change challenges, yet ten million hectares (or around 40% of the size of the UK) of forests are lost each year. Worse still, most of the loss occurs in areas where the carbon storage capacity of trees is high. With the rate of new forest expansion declining and demand for deforestation-related commodities rising, action is needed.
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14.07.2022

Global CIO House View July 2022

From an investor point of view, the first six months of this year turned out to be a perfect storm: Global equities, as measured by the MSCI AC World, lost 21%, while the S&P 500 recorded its worst total return in 60 years. At the same time, yield moves far exceeded anything observed in any tightening cycle over the last 30 years. In the first half, global bonds, as measured by the Barclays Global Aggregate Index, shed 15%.
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14.07.2022

A nuclear energy future? For now, it remains unclear

Energy security and climate change have become dual drivers renewing interest in electricity produced from nuclear energy. The Credit Suisse Nuclear Energy Report 2022 considers the efficiency and environmental merits and challenges of the technology. It also presents the controversy and political discord, and demonstrates that, in defining the future for nuclear, questions remain around whether it is possible to attract the financing required and overcome society's safety concerns for people and planet.
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17.06.2022

Global CIO House View June 2022

It has been a challenging year so far for financial markets, with high inflation, increasingly hawkish central banks and the war in Ukraine giving investors plenty to worry about: equity markets remain below their previous highs, while government bond yields are up substantially.
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