Many people who are doing well are increasingly living more consciously and responsibly towards the environment and society.
The corona pandemic has also led to disruptions on the capital markets. Rainer Schnabl, chairman of the Management Board at Raiffeisen KAG, discusses how the company has been coping with the crisis thus far.
The COVID 19 pandemic is omnipresent and poses very serious challenges for all of us.
One of Raiffeisen Capital Management’s main goals is to integrate sustainability (even) more strongly into the company’s fund management activities. From 16 June 2020, another fund will be added to Raiffeisen’s SRI funds: Raiffeisen-Europa-Aktien.
“What will be after Corona?” Will we live normally again?” “Will we fly to the Beach some day?” “How will it be, once we are big?”
Coronavirus has varying effects on emerging markets. While a number of Asian markets have held up comparatively well, very strong price losses have been recorded in South America, for example, but also in Eastern Europe.
When securities customers look at their account statements for the first quarter of 2020, the general outlook is anything but rosy.
We answer the 10 most common questions about the current situation.
The coronavirus is causing uncertainty. And not just in terms of health, but also in the capital markets.
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