Recently posted by Alphabet. Plus; Disney deep in red by closed parks, Wirecard hurts even more and second wave in Japan.
After thirteen years of underperformance, investors have had enough and sell their value shares. Too bad, says Katie Trowsdale of Aberdeen Standard Investments. She thinks value is on the verge of a comeback.
COVID-19 live blog: What do the investment houses say?
ABN AMRO cautious about shares, M&G goes for listed infrastructure, BlackRock prefers European equities, Amundi bets on US debt, tech in EM is undervalued according to Jupiter, and many more opinions.
Active versus passive
The returns of the IEXFonds 40 (actively managed investment funds) and the IEXIndex 20+ (ETFs).
Wirecard hurts more
— Stephen Morris (@sjhmorris) August 5, 2020
Parent company Google places the largest ESG bond ever
Alphabet has issued bonds worth $ 10 billion. The bulk of this, $ 5.75 billion, is debt that funds ESG activities.
The second wave in Japan
Japan is already experiencing a second wave of the corona virus. What is the impact on the economy? Rabobank figured it out.
Gold high all the time
Gold price rises above $2,000 an ounce for first time everhttps://t.co/jM9fPAo4I3
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) August 5, 2020
Crowdfunding gently creeps out of the coronavirus valley
After a few less months, crowdfunding is cautiously resurrected. The low point seems to have passed, according to Crowdfundmarkt.nl. The month of July marked a strong resurrection, with a total sum of 22 million euros spread over 191 projects.
Big loss for Disney
Disney lost $ 4.8 billion from closed parks.