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Saving nature – why 2022 is key for biodiversity
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Saving nature – why 2022 is key for biodiversity

It is time to put nature first and focus our collective attention on the survival of all species. We can still flip the script from nature loss to nature gain this decade. Read more here to discover why 2022 is the key for biodiversity.

Ukraine’s costly war of attrition still weighs on outlook

The long and costly Ukraine war, combined with other post-pandemic effects, will knock 1% off global growth this year.

Capturing plastic waste – opportunity not landfill
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Capturing plastic waste – opportunity not landfill

Sustainable management of plastic waste could give retail businesses the means to grow their brands and create longer term relationships with consumers. Discover more on the investment opportunities here.

Weak growth, elevated inflation to support dollar
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Weak growth, elevated inflation to support dollar

Can the dollar’s strength continue? We give our currency forecasts and outlook, and foresee a weaker sterling and volatile times for haven currencies ahead.

Slowing economy, a cautious outlook
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Slowing economy, a cautious outlook

Inflation and the cost of capital are rising at their fastest pace in decades. How will economic and business activity respond? Can central banks tame inflation without tipping economies into recession?

Lombard Odier wins award for sustainable technology
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Lombard Odier wins award for sustainable technology

We are delighted to announce that Lombard Odier has won the award for Best Private Bank in ESG Technology, at the 2022 PWM Wealth Tech Awards.

Cryptocurrencies’ rise and fall – when diversification fails

How have cryptocurrencies performed for investors, and do they deserve a place in portfolios? We consider their track record, correlations versus other asset classes, and our own investment positioning.

Japan’s rising prices and diverging central bank policy

The Bank of Japan remains the last dovish developed central bank. What does the return of inflation mean for stocks, bonds and the yen?

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