While it is reasonable to predict that the oil price will rebound in the second half of 2016, the collapse of the commodity that began in 2014 leaves a mark in investors’ consciousness
An overview of the global energy sector shows the world’s relationship with energy is being transformed, writes Carlo Svaluto Moreolo
Joseph Mariathasan asks whether investors should take a bullish or a bearish stance on the low oil price
Energy price falls and financing pressures are attracting the attention of credit and hedge fund investors on the lookout for cheap energy assets, says Jennifer Bollen
Middle East and North Africa countries will continue to rule in the oil market, although budget deficits are a growing threat, according to Cyril Widdershoven
Managers still working on building internal technology necessary to record the required information
Target would require annual investments of €80m
Lobby groups have clashed over the structure of the EU’s proposed pan-European personal pension product (PEPP).
Hans van Meerten, Charles Verhoef and consultant John Westerbrink call for alternatives to distrusted pension funds
NEST, AP3, PKA, B&CE, AllianceBernstein, TPT Retirement Solutions, T Rowe Price, ITS, Fisch Asset Management
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