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Katie Martin

Katie Martin

Financial Times

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Can banks fix the climate crisis? The evidence so far is lukewarm

New research suggests that their green commitments are not necessarily paying off yet

14.05.2024 60

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Katie Martin

The case for addressing private equity prejudice

In today’s climate, public markets do not provide enough diversification

01.05.2024 30

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The great bet on rate cuts is off

We are trapped in old ways of thinking about inflation

18.04.2024 7

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Crypto’s new clothes may not prove a good fit

The world’s wildest market is borrowing the trappings of venerable institutions

27.03.2024 20

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Who’s going to win the next financial plumbing test? The US, of course

Asset managers will struggle to adjust to the T 1 slashing of settlement time

20.03.2024 10

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How to turn pensions saving on its head

A rival analysis to long-held practices suggests we should ditch bonds and stick to stocks

03.03.2024 10

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Why Australia may be the canary in the coal mine on interest rates

A hawkish tone from the country’s central bank — and from New Zealand — signals that movement could still be up not down

20.02.2024 20

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How the humble dividend might rise again

Meta’s move to start the payouts could signal an upcoming switch in investor mindset

07.02.2024 30

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The fun-free party in stocks

Stocks are hitting all-time highs but even the irrepressible optimists are getting twitchy

27.01.2024 40

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Grumblers about passive investing may have a point

New research bolsters the view that it is undermining the efficient markets hypothesis

23.01.2024 40

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Year in a word: Magnificent Seven

Some element of top-heaviness is usual in US equities, but this clutch of big tech names has taken that to new extremes

26.12.2023 30

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Mincing machine of the bonds markets has spread the pain wide

The message is finally sinking in that rates are staying high and central banks do not intend to reverse course

06.10.2023 3

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