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Insight 31.07.2020

Gold/Silver: the early stages of a long-term bull market

Spotlight - Despite the impressive 30% rally for gold and 70% rally in silver from the March lows, the precious metals are likely still in the early stages of a long-cycle bull market.

Insight 31.07.2020

COVID-19: UBP keeps you up to date

Since this coronavirus appeared, UBP has provided its clients with guidance and support as we all tackle this unprecedented global health crisis. We give you regular updates on everything from our own safety protocols and the recommendations issued by the authorities to our experts’ latest analysis on the effects of the pandemic on the world economy and financial markets.

Insight 29.07.2020

Podcast - The beginning of the USD bear market

Our Global Head of Forex Strategy, Peter Kinsella, shares his outlook for the US dollar for the months ahead.

Insight 28.07.2020

Webinar – The strategic case for gold

On Friday 24 July 2020, UBP's experts Norman Villamin and Peter Kinsella hosted a webinar with John Reade, Chief Market Strategist at the World Gold Council, to discuss the constructive environment for gold.

Insight 21.07.2020

Does improving governance in Japan matter?

The launch of the Corporate Governance Code in 2015 could be a real, long-term game changer for Japan, as historically poor corporate governance has been considered a key reason for local companies’ low ROE and global investors’ underweights.

Insight 20.07.2020

The ins and outs of impact investing

Simon Pickard, Chairman of UBP’s Impact Investment Committee, and Kanini Mutooni, a member of UBP’s Impact Advisory Board, discuss impact investing, how COVID-19 has affected it and how it will evolve in the future.


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Insight 19.02.2020

Changes in consumption patterns

Despite being fast-moving and quite unpredictable, changes in consumption patterns are expected to reshape the economic landscape.

Insight 15.04.2020

The Case For Frontier Debt

Fixed-income frontier markets have seen significant growth in both importance and liquidity over the past decade. While still mainly thought of as part of global EM investments, frontier markets have “grown up” and deserve to be considered separately.

UBP in the press 13.02.2020

Are all batteries created equal?

Environmental finance (02.2020) - Electric vehicles (EVs) have an important contribution to make towards a zero-carbon future and therefore are suitable for inclusion in a positive impact investment strategy.


Insight 13.07.2020

Swiss Equities – Structural value creation

The resilience of the Swiss economy has once again been proved during the COVID-19 pandemic and is reflected by the Swiss equity market’s year-to-date outperformance.

Insight 06.07.2020

US Presidential Election Comes Into Focus

Spotlight - US President Trump’s re-election polls have fallen to their lowest levels since polling began for the 2020 Presidential contest raising the potential for a change in the presidency in 2021.

Insight 30.06.2020

UBP Investment Outlook 2020 Reset

The Global Economy at the Crossroads

Insight 24.06.2020

Market turmoil brings new opportunities for pragmatic investors

March 2020 was difficult time for many investors, as COVID-19 spread across Europe and the US, leading to sharp sell-offs in fixed-income credit markets. While such market turbulence is not to be welcomed, its occurrence can create opportunities.

Insight 18.06.2020

Implications of China’s Sovereign Digital Currency

The idea of a state-run digital currency (or e-RMB) has been brewing in China since 2014, with a pilot programme starting in recent months. It is a digital yuan – backed by the government.

Insight 12.06.2020

Secular trends more relevant than ever

How can secular trends help investors navigate the post-pandemic world?

Insight 08.06.2020

Change of fortune for the British pound

Our Global Head of Forex Strategy, Peter Kinsella, discusses our updated outlook on sterling

Insight 02.06.2020

Hong Kong Market Assessment as Geopolitical Risk Intensifies

Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index (HSI) underperformed and bucked the global risk-on trend spurred by expectation of economies re-opening.

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