07 AUG

2019

Summer Readings

Discover Candriam's best articles in H1 2019!

We are all looking forward to summer to take some time out and a well-deserved break… The ideal time for some beach reading (under a parasol) or, if you’re still in the office, at your desk, taking advantage of the summer slowdown.  

In the day-to-day rush, you might have missed some of our news. That’s why we have selected for you, from the articles drafted by our experts, those that generated the most interest among you.  

So, during the summer, we will put in the spotlight 4 of the latest and greatest content to keep you company as temperatures climb and days grow long…

Every two weeks, you can look forward to a new article… Stay tuned and enjoy!   

SUMMER READING #1

ONCOLOGY: A NEW HOPE - 12/02/2019


The fight against cancer has taken a fresh turn. Scientific, therapeutic, technical and technological progress is advancing exponentially. These improvements will have a significant impact on diagnosis and patient care and also lead to more specific personal treatment of the different forms of cancer, thanks notably to the enhanced use of health data and artificial intelligence.

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SUMMER READING #2

LONG LIVE OUR BATTERIES! - 28/03/2019


Assuming that there will be 38.5 million 100%-electric vehicles on the road by 2030 and, as one battery weighs between 300 and 700kg (depending on vehicle type and the energy levels generated), that amounts to several million tonnes of used electric-vehicle batteries that will have to be given a new lease of  life or in some way recycled. 

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SUMMER READING #3

THE HIDDEN COSTS OF SUGAR - 14/05/2019


As responsible investors, Candriam assesses the positioning of investee companies across several categories of factors, health and wellness among them. Unhealthy-diet-related medical issues have been debated for many years, while the impact on healthcare systems and its costs to society are also well known. Food and beverage companies face a changing market and regulatory environment.

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More to come… A new summer read in 2 weeks!