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ESG leads the European Fund industry, with 53.59% (€241.0bn) of the estimated net inflows for the first 11 months of 2020 invested into ESG (themed) mutual funds and ETFs. Meanwhile, Miles Dilworth reveals property values could be ‘slashed 30% under plans to make leaseholders pay for cladding scandal through long-term loans.’
First, the FT asks crucial questions of Canary Warf as the future of work set to change.
Canary Wharf is known for its offices and not much else. If we can't go to work, what is the point of it? https://t.co/TSRdF6PcKt
— George Hammond (@GeorgeNHammond) January 11, 2021
Jonathan Eley informally confirms Marks and Spencer’s acquisition of Jaeger.
Pretty obvious which way things are heading here…. pic.twitter.com/PZxb7beJEg
— Jonathan Eley (@JonathanEley) January 11, 2021
ESG investing saw a vast boom in 2020, making up over 50% of European fund inflows.
— Duncan Lamont (@DuncanLamont2) January 11, 2021
ARK ETF’s ar more popular than ever, Jim Bianco shares the data.
— Jim Bianco (@biancoresearch) January 11, 2021
Historical Recap of wold currencies in annual markets piece shared by Tracey Alloway.
Not very often you get a historical recap of former reserve currencies in an annual markets piece.
Via Mike Cembalest's 2021 outlook: pic.twitter.com/cW52X452zA
— Tracy Alloway (@tracyalloway) January 11, 2021
Meanwhile, Miles Dilworth reveals the cost of cladding loans.
Property values could be slashed by up to 30% under plans to make leaseholders pay for cladding scandal through long-term loans pic.twitter.com/yTco02p9e4
— Miles Dilworth (@MilesDilworth) January 9, 2021
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