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Perceived problems in the Swedish property sector have seen some international investors exit Nordic corporate credit and equities in 2022 and the early part of 2023. Many signs imply the worst is now behind us and the forward-looking markets are sensing the cyclical macro downturn might have run its course and could be looking to recover next. The darkness is slowly giving way to dawn.
The Nordic bond market offers a great variety of sectors, local mix and structure. They bring diversification and additional returns to the bond portfolio. In this white paper, we take a closer look at the Nordic bond market and its sectors and how it provides better value.
In November 2022, ChatGPT, a chatbot based on large language models, was launched and quickly garnered 100 million users in less than two months. Following this, similar software applications were introduced by companies like Google, Meta, and others in 2023. Thus, the artificial intelligence (AI) boom began.
Evli was chosen as the best Nordic fund house in the category Small Fund Companies by Lipper Fund Awards. A strong client focus combined with a drive to be the best has always been in our DNA.Read more
The goal of companies' sustainability efforts cannot only be to avoid ESG scandals, says Professor Alex Edmans. Having a clear purpose generates new business and creates value for both society and shareholders.
How interest rates will behave in the near future has been one of the persistent topics of discussion among investors. I currently see three routes that interest rates are likely to take that investors should consider: a continuation of the rise into the middle of next year, remaining at their current level, or a coming decline.
A year ago, we ventured into what many considered the perilous waters of the growth market, a realm perceived as tainted by speculators and retail investors pursuing glamorous stocks for rapid gains. Furthermore, we decided to dip our toes in the most prominent of these arenas — the US stock market.
Every year, a good 35 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide are emitted worldwide. In order to mitigate the impact on the global climate, investors are primarily looking for forest assets that are in line with net zero and sustainability targets. Previously classified as a rather boring asset class, forests are now experiencing a renaissance among globally minded investors.