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Fixed Income Outlook: H2 2023
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Jupiter Merlin Weekly: A public sector in need of reform
Notes from the Investment Floor: Where’s the recession?
China policy: here comes the stimulus, but will it be enough?
Notes from the Investment Floor: What’s driving India’s momentum?
Our 3rd Assessment of Value report for our UK unit trust and OEIC funds is now available.
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About the ‘climate stripes’: The climate warming stripes graphic depicts annual mean global temperatures (1850-2018, from World Meteorological Organization data), said to have been produced for the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) provisional State of the Climate report. The use of the graphic represents Jupiter’s firm-wide, public commitment to playing its part in actively addressing one of the greatest challenges facing our planet. Source/credit: Climate scientist Ed Hawkins, University of Reading, UK. Data values are visualised using colour rather than locations of points on a graph. Horizontal scale is time, from 1850 (left) to 2018 (right). Data is global (not for a locality). Use of the graphic does not imply endorsement of any product or service by its creator. Graphic used under licence: Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International — CC BY-SA 4.0
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