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‘Q&A with’ we talk to Nizla Naizer, whose research focuses on the media and online sector.
‘Q&A with’ we talk to Nizla Naizer, whose research focuses on the media and online sector. Nizla talked to us about the different sectors she covers, what internet companies think about inflation and online subscription wallets. [more]
The probability of a significantly negative outcome on the debt ceiling is elevated relative to recent years. The legislative avenues to resolve the debt ceiling are more limited and the political dynamics more contentious. [more]
A recent report by DB Quant Research provides an outlook for 2023, analyzing the performance of different quant strategies from both a qualitative and quantitative perspective. Utilizing scenario analysis, the report highlights which styles within equity long-short, trend following, systematic global macro and relative value are expected to perform in 2023. [more]
The energy crisis has been the biggest economic story of the last year. In a new video James Brand, Head of European Utilities looks at how consumers are managing. What has affected energy prices over the past few months and does the future hold better news? [more]
2022 was a tough, roller-coaster year for the global automotive sector. So how is the sector holding up and what could 2023 bring? Even though the global economy is heading into recession, led by the US, inflation remains a drag, and semiconductor availability is still expected to limit output, Tim Rokossa and his team expect the Auto outlook in the EU to develop somewhat differently to the US.
In this new video, Tim highlights five key trends that could shape the sector in the year ahead. [more]
House prices are cooling off around the world after the boom years of historically low interest rates and a pandemic race for space. Countries like Sweden, Canada and Australia, which had the biggest gains, heaviest household debt and highest proportion of variable rate mortgages, are most exposed. In the latest episode of Podzept, Michael Hsueh, FX Strategist and author of the G10 Housing Monitor, Jon Bell, Head of the European Construction and House Building Research, and Adrian Cox, Thematic Strategist, discuss the outlook. [more]
In our new series ‘Making Sense of Space’ we discuss various aspects of the Space ecosystem. The third episode dives into the future of space stations and habitats. Edison Yu, lead on research coverage of Space & Aerial Mobility, speaks with Amir Blachman, Chief Investment Officer of Axiom Space. [more]
It will be a bumpy turn. The turn, we believe, is increasingly upon us, with shifts underway in the key global macro narratives that have impacted EM this year - Fed tightening, Ukraine conflict and China's struggles with Zero Covid Strategy. [more]
The global outlook is moving in a stagflationary direction. — Inflation momentum has continued to build, leading to central bank tightening that will slow growth across the key economies. — Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted key commodity markets and supply chains [more]
Peter Hooper, Global Head of Economics Research, Matt Luzzetti, Chief US Economist and Mark Wall, Chief European Economist, discuss the world outlook 2023 as we find ourselves at a defining moment for the global economy. Inflation is running at multi-decade highs, central banks are pursuing their most aggressive tightening cycle in a couple generations, and a recession is now increasingly expected in the US and Europe. As 2023 nears, there is a growing consensus that it is shaping up will be the third-worst year for global growth so far in the 21st century, behind only the pandemic year in 2020 and the aftermath of the financial crisis in 2009. [more]
Overall, was COP27 a success or failure? The answer likely depends on your expectations going into the conference. The event took place against a difficult geopolitical backdrop, rising inflation and an energy security crisis that some nations interpret as support for energy diversification strategies that align with fossil fuel growth. In a recent dbSustainability report the team discuss top 8 takeaways from COP27. [more]
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is about to start, so it is a good time to reflect on the relationship between the sporting world’s Greatest of All Time and remote work. The increasing popularity of remote work has disrupted traditional models of business and employment. There are shifting views of what work will look like in the future, so it is a topic that cannot be ignored. But, to make the most out of flexible remote work now, workers can learn from top athletes. [more]