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Navigating Risks and New Realities

Today’s markets are increasingly volatile. Geopolitical tensions are at an unprecedented high and markets are noticeably stressed. A reassessment of financial strategies are necessary for supply chains, agriculture, energy, banks, and trade markets.

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As governments, corporations, financial services, and consumers navigate growing uncertainties, it's critical to reassess levels of engagement, exposure, and opportunities in volatile markets.  Review the issues impacting key industries to fortify your decision-making with news, analysis, and market forecasts. Explore the data and analysis you need to stay ahead of evolving conditions with critical insights on credit risk, supply chain, maritime & trade, economic & country risk, and more. 

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Research & Analysis

2022 Supply Chain Survey Report

Key priorities for the ideal supply chain.


US Banks Likely To Tap Other Liquidity Sources Before Selling Bonds At Losses

Extreme restrictions and heavy economic toll


Upside Or Uncertainty? Renewables Groups Dissect Details Of EU Revenue Cap

Investors wary of stock linked to Russian assets


US Weekly Economic Commentary: Weak Growth, High Inflation

Outlooks on recession, supply chain and labor


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Gold RRS 2022 – M&A price paid per ounce up on high market price

Major Gold Acquisitions In 2020-2021

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Street Talk | Higher Rates Punish Bond Portfolios, Weigh On Bank M&A

  • The Federal Reserve's aggressive tightening of monetary policy has pushed bank bond portfolios deep into negative territory, altered previously struck bank M&A deals and has given pause to some would-be buyers. In the episode, bankers and advisers from Piper Sandler's depository investment bank team and PNC's Financial Institutions Advisory Group discuss how higher rates have negatively impacted bank deal math, tangible book value and changed the way acquirers communicate with the Street. S&P Global Market Intelligence Banking Reporter Lauren Seay highlights discussions with bankers and advisers as well as earnings call commentary from several seasoned acquirers, including Home BancShares, Seacoast Banking Corp., Community Bank System and Provident Financial.

Changes in US wind speeds since 2000 point to a dynamic landscape

G7 leaders working on Russian oil price cap fraught with challenges

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EnergyCents- Ep 86: Balancing act: COP27 and the influence of energy security on a climate agenda

  • Egypt hosts the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP27, this November. The event takes place during a year when energy security has overshadowed many countries’ climate concerns. Climate policy experts Anna Mosby and Conway Irwin join EnergyCents this week to share expectations for the upcoming conference and consider how the recently signed Inflation Reduction Act may shape the United States’ presence during this year’s talks.

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Maritime And Trade Talk - An Insurers’ Perspective: Navigating Maritime Risks In A Sea Of New And Emerging Challenges

Review of challenges and practical guides

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Assessing Russia/Ukraine Conflict Scenarios: What comes next?

Understand the related effects on economies worldwide


Trade Outlook : Response to Geopolitical Events

Track the geopolitical changes and anticipated shifts in trade

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Steering Through Change in the Auto Insurance Industry

Examine shifts in the automotive insurance sector


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Nuclear Energy Is Growing On A Global Scale

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Higher metals prices are likely in 2023

  • The risk for metals pricing and availability in 2023 is extreme and it is to the upside. That's mainly because energy prices are high and energy availability is under threat, particularly in Europe. Other factors that may impact metals prices include extreme weather and supply chain disruptions. Our experts discuss what category managers should consider when locking in prices for 2023.

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