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Sustainable income with “double dividends”
Sustainable income with “double dividends”
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Sustainable income with “double dividends”

Comfortably making return on the money market via interest? A thing of the past. Investors wanting to outsmart inflation should think about dividends and dividend shares. The combination of dividend shares with a selection process that takes into account ESG criteria constitutes an interesting investment alternative. So there is a kind of “two dividends”.

Bond markets: the search for yield remains on top of the agenda
Bond markets: the search for yield remains on top of the agenda
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Bond markets: the search for yield remains on top of the agenda

US government bond yields have risen significantly in recent weeks. How does Erste Asset Management’s Head of Fixed Income Wolfgang Zemanek assess the interest rate development and the role of the central banks? Read more in the current blog interview on the bond markets.

ECB and European Parliament get crisis programmes for 2021 on track
ECB and European Parliament get crisis programmes for 2021 on track
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ECB and European Parliament get crisis programmes for 2021 on track

As the year 2020 comes to a close, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Parliament have put their respective programmes for the fight against the crisis on track for next year. The MEPs recently approved the approximately EUR 1.1tn Community budget for the next seven years, which includes EUR 750bn in Corona aid.

ECB bond purchases unconstitutional – Update from the Investment Division
ECB bond purchases unconstitutional – Update from the Investment Division
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ECB bond purchases unconstitutional – Update from the Investment Division

What has occurred since yesterday ? Yesterday the German Constitutional Court has ruled that the Asset Purchase Program of the European Central Bank partly violates the German constitution. Via that program bonds of more than two trillion Euros were purchased since 2015 to bring liquidity to the markets and the economy. As the German constitutional […]