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Research and reports

Uncover new insights based on ING’s research. Discover developments in-depth across sectors and geographies.

Big swings in 2023, but global sustainable finance remains in rude health

09 August 2023

Sustainable finance has seen some remarkable trends so far in 2023. We think there are many reasons to be more upbeat about the months ahead, including a bounce in US issuance.

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Other research and reports you may find relevant

27 November 2023

COP28: Everything companies and investors should know

All of the latest on what COP28 climate conference in Dubai could bring for investors and companies

15 November 2023

ING's 2024 FX Outlook: Waiting for the tide to come in

Just as the gravitational force of the moon draws out the tide, so has the enduring strength of the US economy drawn portfolio capital from the rest of the world. 2024 should be the year US exceptionalism wanes and that currencies outside of the US refloat

10 October 2023

ING Monthly: Central banks face an inconvenient truth

Interest rates are always in the news, and the European Central Bank and the US Federal Reserve are among those who’ve been raising their key rates for over a year. But that’s not the whole story. The longer-term interest rates, or yields, on government bonds – those which mature after ten years or more - are less talked about but perhaps are more important

06 October 2023

Listen: Rising oil prices and the eurozone economy

The team's latest podcast on why oil prices are set to remain high, their impact on the eurozone economy, and what it could all mean for central banks

27 September 2023

Concerns rise over surging oil prices for central banks

Surging oil prices are adding another layer of complexity to the ECB's balancing act between inflation, the impact of rate hikes, and a slowing economy, our team explains

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More accidents on the road to recovery for the eurozone economy

19 April 2022

The eurozone economy is languishing and each country faces unique challenges that will make the road to recovery a hazardous one. But there are some signs of hope, as we explain in our latest update.

Catch up on our Eurozone Country Update here
02 November 2022

ING publishes 2022 climate report

No time to read the full 101-page 2022 Climate Report? Don’t worry. The main message is that we’re making progress, but we’re not perfect. As our CEO Steven van Rijswijk said: “We’re proud of the steps we’re taking, and the transparency with which we share the progress towards our targets. But none of us can do this alone. We all have a part to play, and we can all do much more. Let’s do it together, before it’s too late.”

19 April 2022

Glass fibre: super highways to digital inclusivity

The pandemic reinforced the importance of digital connectivity. Higher upload speeds in particular are necessary for streaming data-heavy services such as video meetings. This is where glass fibre really comes into its own.

04 October 2021

Dutch companies are investing in growth

An ING survey has revealed the post-pandemic strategic priorities of 77 of the biggest Dutch companies. And at the top of their list are digitalisation and sustainability.

12 October 2020

Energy transition scenarios: Covid-19 effect on global warming short-lived

Technology will not be the constraining factor to phase out fossil fuel use and to achieve the Paris Agreement goals, but the world is far from utilising its full potential. While Covid-19 saw the strongest drop in history on fossil fuel demand, if left unchanged, a failure to meet the Paris Agreement goals is likely. This leaves corporate decision makers in the dark; should they invest in mitigation or adaptation strategies?