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Peter Harrison explains how we help our clients take care of what matters to them by understanding their needs, anticipating how these will evolve and focusing on the long term.
For over two centuries and more than seven generations we've grown and developed our expertise in tandem with our clients' needs and interests.
We now forecast the next interest rate rise will be in March 2020.
Demand for European commercial real estate is underpinned by an increase in technology and professional service jobs
European equities may remain volatile in 2019 but this can open up opportunities for investors seeking out under-valued companies.
Quickview: The planned fiscal expansion is far smaller than initially feared, suggesting an over-reaction in markets
We find a spirit of cautious optimism in our round-up of the market views from around Schroders.
We expect episodes of volatility during 2018, which should provide opportunities to buy good corporate bonds relatively cheaply.
As inflation returns investors will need a very different portfolio to the one that has served well over the past few years.
We see scope for positive progress in 2018 as corporate profitability improves, inflation remains low and stock fundamentals become more important in driving share prices.
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