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October 13, 2021
The Fed Will ‘Wimp Out’ on Tightening, Roubini Predicts
Dr. Doom’s latest call: Forget about rate hikes or tapering, at least anytime soon.
Dartmouth to Phase Out Fossil Fuel Investments
The college warns that climate change effects are ‘real, far-reaching, and getting worse.’
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COVID-19 ‘Fault Lines’ Cause IMF to Downgrade Forecast

Supply chain disruptions and inflation pressures weigh down the World Economic Outlook.

In Focus: Why Airports Hold Promise for Asset Allocators

Despite US constraints and pandemic headwinds, odds are they’ll spring back to their old growth level, analysts say.

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Industry Intel Roundup—Thought Leadership
Chief Investment Officer is pleased to present the next edition of our Industry Intelligence roundup. This week, we are featuring content from thought leadership authorities. The content was created to educate, inform and offer ideas for plan sponsors regarding plan design, investing, administration and compliance.
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4 Steps to a Holistic ESG Approach for Institutional Investors

As ESG requirements increase the scope of investment operations, asset owners face the need for scale, capabilities, and transparency.

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Optimizing for Impact With Private Equity and Real Assets: A Guide to Integrating Impact Into Financial Analysis of Alternative Assets
Expectations of investor behavior are changing. As societies around the world deal with the challenges of climate change, a pandemic, social upheaval, and, in some cases, unrest, institutional investors are being asked to take a much more expansive view of risk than many traditional investment models currently account for.
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Rise of the Fixed Income Minicycle: Opportunities for Active Managers

Shifts in market structure since the global financial crisis have led to changes in the behavior of credit spreads, which may provide opportunities for active managers.

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