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Inflation:
Hell or High Water

In our investment research Inflation: Hell or High Water, we have updated the knowledge about inflation that we published in our previous investment analysis Inflation: On the Rise in June 2021. Based on our own proprietary research, investment approach and strategy, we have modified and updated alternative scenarios for the future development of inflation in 2022.

Inflation:
Hell or High Water

In our investment research Inflation: Hell or High Water, we have updated the knowledge about inflation that we published in our previous investment analysis Inflation: On the Rise in June 2021. Based on our own proprietary research, investment approach and strategy, we have modified and updated alternative scenarios for the future development of inflation in 2022.

STONEBRIDGE CAPITAL opened a new chapter in sports sponsorship as the Official Partner of Pulitzer Cup 2022

STONEBRIDGE CAPITAL is proud to announce to be the Official Partner of the 4th edition of the Pulitzer Cup 2022 – Journalists and Media Tennis Tournament. Thanks to the partnership with this international tournament, which is one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments of its kind within the V4 countries, we have entered a new era of sports sponsorship to support sport activities in our region.

STONEBRIDGE CAPITAL VCC Singapore: “Think Global, Act Local.”

The world is evolving faster than ever, traditional investment models are being challenged and savings are at risk. The need to diversify into different geographical areas and various portfolio management tools is growing everyday. Therefore, we have strengthened our global structure by establishing STONEBRIDGE CAPITAL VCC in Singapore.

Different Shades
of Black Swan

Quarterly report, Q1 2022

Geopolitical risks along with the recalibration of monetary policy have caused historically one of the worst quarters for investors. The continuing rise in commodity prices may be reflected in the acceleration of global inflation in the next quarters.

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