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Private markets outlook: from headwinds to tailwinds, and more

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Private markets outlook: from headwinds to tailwinds
By Scott Carpenter and Jesse Cole
Despite a challenging global macroeconomic environment, State Street’s third global survey of private markets shows that institutional investors are digging in for the long haul and expect global regulatory developments to support sustained growth in demand for private assets.

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How Labour should spend its ‘play safe’ dividend
By Meghnad Desai and David Marsh
Labour will almost certainly gain a massive ‘play safe’ dividend after the 4 July election. The big question is: how will the party spend it?

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Climate mitigation doesn’t have to come at the expense of growth
By Marion Amiot and Paul Gruenwald
The climate policy paradigm has moved from a view where the economy must be constrained to mitigate climate change to one where growth and a sustainable environment can coexist. 

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State of the nation: the UK after the election
Wednesday 3 July, Seminar
On the eve of the 4 July UK general election, OMFIF convenes an expert panel to discuss the key economic and geopolitical priorities on a new government’s agenda.​​​​​​

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Sustainability-linked bonds: innovations in green finance
Ulf Erlandsson, founder and chief executive officer of the Anthropocene Fixed Income Institute, joins OMFIF to discuss the importance of fixed income markets for the climate transition.

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OMFIF Global Public Investor 2024
The 11th edition of OMFIF’s Global Public Investor surveys 73 central banks to uncover how $5.4tn in international reserve assets are likely to be deployed across financial markets.

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