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Stockholm (HedgeNordic) – An Irish institutional investor seeks an overlay manager or managed options strategies to mitigate tail risk in its €2.5 billion fund-of-funds portflio. This includes €1.1 billion in long-only equity exposure and €800 million in long-only fixed income exposure. The primary goal is to safeguard against potential equity downturns...

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Please Prepare for Landing in 2024

By Kari Vatanen, CIO of Veritas: Throughout the past year, economists have been debating whether the economy is heading to a soft landing or...

The Aristotle List: 10 Improbable but Possible Outcomes for 2024

By Paul Jackson – Global Head of Asset Allocation Research at Invesco: It is time to forget central scenarios and think about improbable but...

Five Lessons From 2023

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): What a year. Inflation fell as fast this year as it rose in 2021 and 2022, we avoided an otherwise...

A South American Crystal Ball – a Window Into our Future

By Anna Serruya: I have had quite the awakening these last couple of years. When I wrote and published the memo “Inflation Revisited” in...

Why No Recession (Yet)?

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): If someone had asked me a few years ago, when interest rates were still zero or even negative, what would...

US Core Inflation: 2 Percent or 5 Percent?

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): Inflation in the US is falling fast, but when volatile energy and food prices are factored out, core inflation is...

ECB Earned Exactly Zero (0) Euros in 2022

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): Central banks argue that they are not profit-seeking institutions and cannot go bankrupt, suggesting that their financial performance does not...

A “Neat Little Trick” Saves the Fed From Bankruptcy

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): Normally, the Fed makes a profit, which it remits to the Treasury. These days, the Fed’s expenses exceed its income....

150 Years of Inflation

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): Over the past 150 years, inflation has generally been low. However, there have been four episodes of high inflation: the...

Did Energy Prices Cause This Inflation Surge?

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): You often hear that soaring energy prices, caused by supply-chain disruptions resulting from the pandemic and the war in Ukraine,...

Year of Stabilization of Interest Rates

By Kari Vatanen, CIO of Veritas: The year 2022 was a year of negative surprises in the investment markets and in the global economy. Hopes...

Striking Similarities (and Differences) Between Inflation Today and in the 1970s

Copenhagen – (Jesper Rangvid): There are striking similarities between US inflation developments today and in the early 1970s. If inflation continues to develop as...