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The post-COVID-19 economy: Joseph Stiglitz in conversation with AXA IM
Nobel prize winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz joined some of AXA IM’s senior investment professionals to discuss the post-COVID-19 outlook for the economy, financial markets, and the green ...
Biotech and the battle to beat COVID-19
A year ago, SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the disease COVID-19, was unheard of. Today it dominates our daily lives. Its impact is unparalleled, having caused unprecedented levels of disruptio ...
How the world can build back better: Prof. Joseph Stiglitz on the post-pandemic recovery
Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz shared his views on the COVID-19 recovery path, the future of the global economy and financial markets with AXA IM clients in October.
Infographics: Singles Day - China’s biggest e-commerce phenomenon
How has the pandemic impacted the outlook for robotics?
There are now 2.7m industrial robots operating in factories worldwide. This marks a new record, and a significant 85% increase over the five years to 2019, according to the International Federation o ...
COVID-19: Accelerating the energy transition and driving climate-friendly investment opportunities
The decade of transition got off to a start nobody could have predicted – or wanted. Less than year into the 2020s, the world is reeling from the shock of COVID-19, a pandemic which has taken ...
Data & Enablers: Behind the scenes of big brands’ digital transformations
With many new businesses adopting a digital-first strategy, big brands are increasingly digitalising their business models to keep pace with changing technologies and consumer demand
Directed sales: The world’s leading brands jump on the direct-selling bandwagon
SELLING DIRECTLY to consumers used to be the preserve of upstart brands that would otherwise have been crowded off shop shelves by larger rivals. By cutting out retailers, young firms have won brand ...
Price is no longer an obstacle to clean power
As the harm from climate change becomes increasingly manifest, there is some good news: The estimated cost of reducing carbon emissions is falling rapidly. One dramatic example is an analysis by Geof ...