Posts Tagged ‘carousel’

China: Something has to give

China could well attain growth of 6.5-7% this year and next, but longer out there are reasons to doubt that China will avoid its own ‘Minsky moment’

In conversation with Dr Richard Isaacson

One of the biggest challenges facing medicine as populations age is the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s, the target of considerable investment in research which has yet to find a cure for patients with this distressing condition. But a pioneering Alzheimer’s prevention clinic at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center offers cutting-edge prevention strategies that can […]

Playing the rebound in equity markets

Alexandre Tavazzi, Chief Equity Strategist, explains the key choices faced by investors seeking to profit from the current market rebound.

Financial markets looking for a second wind

The global economy has undergone a regime shift, as economic reflation programmes put in place by central banks since 2009 have gradually become less effective.

Equities: Renewing the bull market?

Equity markets have picked up since early February. Christophe Donay discusses whether this is a new bull market or just a tactical rebound.

Equities: A change of regime

Equities markets had an unusually turbulent start to the year. What should investors expect next, on both tactical and strategic horizons?

In conversation with David Sin

A Singapore group has become a leading supplier of comprehensive health services to businesses and health insurers in the Asia-Pacific region, helping keep patients out of hospital though preventative healthcare. Providing healthcare for all their citizens is a key issue for Asian governments. The populations of countries such as India, China and Indonesia are rapidly […]

In conversation with Seiji Ozawa

After a distinguished career conducting famous orchestras all over the world, the Japanese maestro has founded international academies that help young instrumentalists develop their potential by playing chamber music. From a young age, Seiji Ozawa was destined for a career as a classical musician. Born in 1935 to Japanese parents in China, he made a promising […]

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