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Letter to the Editor: Traders and investors may have different worries

To the Editor: Re: “Investors Start to Ask: What if Biden Becomes President,” (July 7)  The tell in New York Times’ Matt Phillips’ roundup of investor ‘worries’ comes in the fourth paragraph. The hook is last month’s dip, spotted by Wall Street traders, at the same time Biden’s poll numbers began to climb. Not to

Key to 10x’ing the capture of carbon? Put a price on it.

ImpactAlpha, July 3 – Technology to capture, store and use carbon dioxide could take 500 million tons of the greenhouse gas per year out of the atmosphere by 2030, a 10-fold increase from today, according to a new McKinsey report.  Key to making the technology cost-effective: a price on carbon.  The development of carbon-negative technology

Leapfrog’s Andy Kuper on impact, exits and scaling growth in emerging markets through the COVID crisis (podcast) 

LeapFrog Investments goes into this recession with capital on hand, the fortuitous result of having raised more than $700 million for its third fund last year.  That’s a stark contrast to the last recession, when LeapFrog launched its first fund a week after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008. The emerging market impact investor

How gender power imbalances put the COVID recovery at risk (podcast)

Power is the thread that connects the surge in gender-based violence during the COVID crisis with violence against people of color, including by police officers. “Power is the issue: inequity and structural inequities that affect people in all sorts of different ways,” Criterion Institute’s Joy Anderson said in an interview on ImpactAlpha’s Returns on Investment