Covid-19, global supply-chain disruptions, frictions in reopening economies worldwide, and now Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are spawning many winners and losers in economies, financial markets and political structures.
Here are seven takeaways from Northern Trust’s top economic analysts.
Some countries are now regaining a degree of normality, though the threat of another variant-induced wave of disease remains. On this second anniversary, we reflect on ten things the world has learned through the course of the pandemic.
It’s critical that investors distinguish the long-term structural factors choking supply chains from the issues that are only temporary.
While the Morgan Stanley Global Investment Office remains cautious in navigating today’s market volatility and understands the complications that the war-induced commodity shock delivers to the global economy, we are far from calling a U.S. recession. There are three reasons why.
Here are five implications of the Ukraine crisis on investment strategies.
Depending on the breaks, 2022 could be a very eventful year for new tech products and even whole new tech categories. From gaming to electric vehicles to mixed reality wearables, this year’s releases could even begin a shift in the way we view tech’s role in personal and business life.
Where do experts see the ball moving over the next year? Below are some of the trends that could shape 2022.
Altogether, we collected more than 40 predictions about 2022. Together, they offer a smart composite look at the things we’re likely to be talking about by this time next year.
The balance of our unexpected risks may skew to the upside in 2022. Despite the strong year for stocks in 2021, markets have confidently priced in some negative trends gathering more momentum in 2022 that may help the market should these trends reverse.