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Can big companies survive localisation?

19. Oktober 2020
The trend towards 'localisation' leaves few easy options for large companies. Their huge advantage from global supply chains and businesses, built up during the last few decades of globalisation, may unwind unless they adapt to local- or multi-local business models. The urgency to adapt has been turbocharged by covid-19. [mehr]

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62 Dokumente
13. Januar 2021
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Covid-19 disruption to business has reshuffled priorities for CFOs and treasurers. They must address how to: maintain access to liquidity /credit; implement back-up procedures; create visibility to total cash in global locations; determine cash requirements in the short and medium term; and assess current exposures. [mehr]
9. Dezember 2020
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Im Vergleich zum September haben wir unsere Prognosen für die Weltwirtschaft noch einmal angehoben, da es in den vergangenen Wochen unerwartet positive Nachrichten über potenzielle Impfstoffe gab. Der Wirkungsgrad der Impfstoffe liegt am oberen Rand der Erwartungen. Damit könnte die Rückkehr zur Normalität sehr viel rascher erfolgen als noch vor einem Monat vermutet – und dadurch schwinden Befürchtungen, dass wir uns möglicherweise an das Virus gewöhnen müssen. Bis Ende 2021 wird das Alltagsleben möglicherweise nicht mehr stark beeinträchtigt sein. [mehr]
25. November 2020
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The global economic outlook has improved since September thanks to the positive vaccine news, and we now see global GDP returning to its pre-virus levels in Q2 2021. Significant risks around this forecast remain both to the downside (if the virus were to spread more severely this winter or a vaccine rollout were delayed) and the upside (if a vaccine rollout is quicker than anticipated). [mehr]
6. Oktober 2020
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Im Laufe des Sommers hat sich die Aussicht für die Weltwirtschaft und die Finanzmärkte aufgehellt. Daher haben wir unsere Prognosen nach oben korrigiert. Wir erwarten jetzt eine Kontraktion der Weltwirtschaft um 3,9% in diesem Jahr und eine Rückkehr zum Vor-Pandemie-Niveau in H2 2021. In den großen Industrieländern dürfte diese Entwicklung allerdings noch einige weitere Quartale in Anspruch nehmen. Wegen der COVID-19-Pandemie sind unsere Prognosen jedoch mit sehr viel höherer Unsicherheit behaftet als sonst. [mehr]
24. September 2020
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Over the summer months, the outlook for the global economy and financial markets has brightened. As such, we now see the global economy contracting by a smaller -3.9% this year, with global activity returning to its pre-virus level by the second half of next year, albeit with the major developed countries likely to take several more quarters to reach the same point. [mehr]
21. September 2020
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Stefan and Jim discuss how Continental has been impacted by COVID 19; within the organisation and with external stakeholders across themes like working from home, where the company is now with ESG – the hottest topic pre pandemic ESG – supply chain issues, the relationship between the US and China and how is Tesla disrupting the market. [mehr]
16. September 2020
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The widening generational divide should be a key source of alarm for investors, financial markets and society as a whole. Young people perceive themselves as the losers on issues ranging from housing to climate change to student debt. In turn, this anger is manifesting itself into political outcomes, with elections around the world increasingly fought along generational lines. [mehr]
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