The following are the headlines discussed at Aldwin Callen's Monday morning briefing:
- According to meeting notes, the Federal Reserve's $120 billion-per-month bond purchases could begin as early as November.
- Economic growth rates in developing countries could take until 2024 to rebound to pre-pandemic expectations, per the International Monetary Fund.
- The European Union’s largest ever issuance of “green bonds” (12 billion euros) to fund climate change mitigation programs was oversubscribed by 11 times.
- According to Oxford Economics, global supply chain bottlenecks and material shortages are not projected to improve until mid-2022, with inflation remaining elevated through 2022.
- According to a FTSE Russell research, 84 percent of asset owners are either implementing or reviewing sustainable investment, up from 53 percent in 2018.
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