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ECONOMY | 21.01.2021

Coronavirus: financial analysis XL

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The Biden Administration: Recovery, the Global Agenda and Multilateralism

The Democrat has been sworn in at an emotional ceremony on Capitol Hill. He has begun from day one to push for a return to a committed approach to the global agenda and to multilateralism, more urgent than ever after the weeks of worldwide awe that the assault on Capitol Hill in the early days of the year brought. MAPFRE Economics’ latest Panorama report includes an analysis of the consequences for the world’s leading power.

Aguilera: “Recovery depends on five factors that already showed vulnerability before the pandemic

MAPFRE Economics held a webinar this week, organized by the MAPFRE Foundation, to present its latest Panorama report, with perspectives on the economy and the insurance sector. Manuel Aguilera, Director General of the Research Department, Gonzalo de Cadenas-Santiago, Director of Macroeconomic and Financial Analysis, and Ricardo González, Director of Sectorial Analysis and Regulation, analyzed the factors that will favor the recovery this year.

The UK and the limitations of control

The Brexit is now a reality. Gonzalo de Cadenas-Santiago, director of macroeconomic and financial analysis at MAPFRE Economics, indicates in this article, published in ElConfidencial, that the greatest irony of the “retaking control” argument is that Britain may well find that it is even more exposed to occasional excessive EU regulation than before.

And the wave (of sport) came

This is not the recent cold snap or the third wave of pandemic, but the confirmation of a trend that has been predicted by Luis Garcia, manager of MAPFRE AM and the MAPFRE AM Behavioral Fund, for months: the wave of investors looking for assets in the sports industry, especially in Europe. In the following article, published in Spanish/Invertia, the expert reviews the operations in this sector.

“The narrative of the market has changed: caution is in order”
Prudence and caution are once again taking hold of the stock markets and investors have reduced their appetite for risk once again. Alberto Matellán, Chief Economist of MAPFRE Inversión, explains in his weekly interview with Radio Intereconomía the causes of this change in the market’s narrative. In addition, as always, he offers his recommendations for investors, both professionals and individuals.

2021: Ramp or end of the bitcoin rally?
A new year begins and the experts are divided in their forecasts about the fate of the world’s most famous cryptomoney, bitcoin, with a capitalization that exceeds 600,000 million euros. Alberto Matellán, Chief Economist of MAPFRE Inversión, gives us his view on the latest movements registered by this asset as well as the convenience or not of investing.