Andrew Oxlade

Head of Editorial Content

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Economics

11DEC 2018

How the Brexit delay has moved markets – and what it means for the economy

As Theresa May meets European leaders seeking a better Brexit deal, the UK economy heads for a period of heightened uncertainty and stagflation.

2017

NOVEMBER

23NOV 2017

Markets

World pension ages on the rise: when will you retire?

State pension ages are rising around the world. We compare increases in different countries and suggest how people can still retire early

JULY

10JUL 2017

Economics

Why interest rates predictions have suddenly shifted

The market forecast for the first rise in UK interest rates has moved closer. We explain why.

2016

DECEMBER

23DEC 2016

Markets

Are world stockmarkets good value going into 2017?

We explain what the main measures of stockmarket value show for the US, UK, Europe and Japan

NOVEMBER

08NOV 2016

Markets

How the US stockmarket performs after heavy one day falls

The S&P 500’s biggest falls have been followed by annual returns that average 14.9% over five years, Schroders analysis shows

SEPTEMBER

19SEP 2016

Global Investor Study

The link between countries with disengaged investors and generous state pensions

Does the promise of generous state pensions reduce the inclination to provide for your own retirement? Our research compares 28 countries

12SEP 2016

Markets

What is a safe amount to take from a pension?

Figures for the UK show high pensions withdrawals. It highlights the challenge for pensioners in many countries trying to work out how much income they can safely draw.

AUGUST

04AUG 2016

Economics

Bank of England cuts interest rates to 0.25%: what next?

The Bank of England has cut rates for the first time in seven years. We offer the latest market forecasts and assess the impact on savings and mortgages.