Running on empty: what’s in store for energy markets in 2023
Energy prices have rocketed in 2022, mainly due to the war in Ukraine. But with the global economy slowing down, can we expect similar rises in the year ahead?
Restarting the green energy transition in 2023: the nuclear option
How can countries balance the short-term energy crunch with their long-term emissions reduction goals? We think nuclear energy is essential for the green energy transition – and will become a bigger part of the conversation in the year ahead.
Moving beyond gas-fired inflation: prices & monetary policy in 2023
An untameable virus has given way to untameable inflation, but how will policymakers manage to balance prices and economic growth in the year ahead?
Fuelling the fire: the biggest geopolitical risks to look out for in 2023
Geopolitics looks set to be a big driver for markets and the economic outlook in the year ahead. Our specialists share their views on the likeliest sources of geopolitical risk in 2023.
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