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COP26: Failure to Reach The Right Temperature

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Executive Summary: Over 200 countries attended COP26 to review previous pledges and set a new path forward to limit climate change and global warming. The outcome was the Glasgow Climate Pact (GCP) that has the

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3 Central Bank Meetings Last Week: all accept current inflation

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Major Central Bank Meetings Last Week Despite the sound global economic recovery and improving outlook, rising inflation levels continue to be a major source of concern and focus for global central banks. According to the International

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Weight Watchers Build Back Better Act

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There is strong forward momentum to pass a significantly scaled down version of the Build Back Better Act (BBBA) social spending bill. The White House released details today on the $1.75 trillion bill and President

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COP26: US Thin Green Gruel

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As the world gets ready for COP26, it is a great time to review the Biden administration’s policies on climate change and know what to expect in Glasgow. Before now, we’ve been producing research to get

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Marley and ESG: a brief history

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We’ve been writing on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) over the last year, with ESG Supercharged by government spending, Why ESG Now?, EU Carbon Plan and Fastest Growing Investment Theme. All of the work we

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Q4 DC outlook: unsavory market leftovers

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This has been a week of political discovery for the markets and the economy. Three major events occurred. Democrats and Republicans moved to keep the government funded until December 3rd. A House vote attempt on

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Supply Chains: why the mess and when will it end?

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“This quarter, and I think we’ll continue to see that a little bit in Q2 and Q3, had some of the most difficult supply chain challenges that we’ve ever experienced in the life of Tesla

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Why ESG Now?

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As the torrent of money into ESG vehicles continues to flow, the question running through many people’s minds is “why now?” To me, there are three major factors driving the interest. First, COVID and climate