Explore the special “ESG roundtable” episode: we have met with 4 experts from SASB to Bloomberg, from Ceres, and to Cornerstone Capital, discussing the most debated questions in the industry: managing ESG data gaps, standardizing sustainability reporting and...
According to INTL FCStone’s Darin Friedrichs, the coronavirus outbreak in China could cause meat consumption in the country to drop as people opt to remain indoors. Read more
“At this point the market is resigning itself to the fact that the impact of the coronavirus is going to be well beyond China and the first quarter of 2020,” said Yousef Abbasi, global market strategist at INTL FCStone, a financial services and brokerage firm. Read...
Nate Donnay, director of dairy market insight at INTL FCStone, suggested recently that there could be a 3%-10% drop in Chinese dairy prices over the next 12 months compared to what they would have been without COVID-19. Read more
Concerns are growing over the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on dairy trade, as we move beyond New Zealand’s peak milk-producing months and collections tail-off as per their seasonal trend. This is according to Peter Meehan, senior commodity analyst at INTL FCStone...
Continuing to use NDAs as a tool to silence sexual misconduct complaints could have a corrosive effect on companies' reputations and, eventually, profits, said Katherine Pease, head of impact strategy at investment advisory firm Cornerstone Capital Group. Read more
Cornestone Capital's founder and CEO, Erika Karp, discusses her experience at the WEF. Click here to read the full article.
CoinShares Chief Strategy Officer Meltem Demirors called crypto governance itself a "hot mess,” but said a service to help manage the buying and selling of votes was better than an opaque market. Read more
Apart from the immediate practical supply chain logistics, the uncertainty as to its impact on Chinese demand for dairy commodities looms large over markets, says Peter Meehan, senior commodity analyst at global broker INTL FCStone. Read more
“What if governments are no longer the ultimate arbiters?” asks Meltem Demirors, an executive at CoinShares, which oversees more than $500 million in digital assets. Read more