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Homogenous behaviour imperils markets

Global markets are more interconnected than ever. That provides many benefits but it also has its drawbacks. Chief among those is the potential for investors to move in lockstep when driven by fear or euphoria, creating feedback loops that can result in crashes.
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Sometimes, you can trust a hunch

Whether you call it a ‘gut feeling’ or ‘expert intuition’, under the right circumstances and in the right investment environment, it can take you in the right direction.
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Emerging markets show more maturity

Many developing nations are proving resilient in the face of market shocks, thanks in part to improvements to institutional domestic capital markets and more sophisticated legislative frameworks.
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The value of a sense of purpose

From the individual to the organisation to the industry as a whole, a belief that your objectives and your work have intrinsic value is essential to high performance and societal change.
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Deforestation gets the chop

Heightened awareness of the role of rain forests in global supply chains, and of the related risks, has led many large investors to join initiatives calling for an end to destruction of woodlands.
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