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For the second year in a row, Generali Investments SICAV (GIS) SRI Ageing Population has received the FNG Label by the German sustainable investment forum, Forum Nachhaltige Geldanlagen (FNG).Read Now
Generali Investments announces its decision to absorb the costs related to external research with MiFID II coming into effect on January 3rd 2018.Read Now
We are proud to launch our new website which turns Generali Investments in to a true online solution. We've been working hard to make your online experience Simpler, Smarter, and Faster.Read Now
In February, headline inflation increased mildly, from 2.1% yoy to 2.2% yoy, on higher energy prices and in line with market expectations.Read Now
Italian equities kept outperforming year-to-date, thanks to robust earnings growth, progress in banks’ restructuring and fiscally incentivized inflows.Read Now
The February employment report showed that the health of the US labor market is stronger than expected.Read Now
At today’s Governing Council meeting, the ECB left the refi rate at zero and the deposit rate at -0.4%. Also, the forward guidance on key rates was left unchanged.Read Now