In the latest infographic Schroders economists examine the impact on the rest of the world of the slowdown in China, the effect of Europe's refugee crisis on the region's economy and the outlook for the Federal Reserve's (Fed) interest rate policy.
In the first article of a regular series, Rory Bateman discusses key issues facing European equities, including the Chinese slowdown, Europe's economic prospects and the VW emissions scandal.
Currency wars have become a regular feature in headlines, but what exactly are they? Alan Cauberghs investigates currency wars and looks at how they affect investors.
Fixed Income Senior Investment Director, Alan Cauberghs, covers market movements in September as well as the core investment themes in the global multi-sector strategies, UK and European credit strategies.
A postcard from.... Germany. Chief Economist Keith Wade travelled to Frankfurt and Berlin in mid-September to meet senior officials at the ECB, Bundesbank, Finance, Economics and Labour Ministries of the German government plus a think tank. Here, he reports back on the main themes of his discussions.
Gareth Isaac discusses why the outlook for global bonds rests on central bank monetary policy and which areas of the market could come under pressure in the coming months.
At the recent Schroders Webconference hosted by Craig Botham, Emerging Market Economist, three emerging market investors with different perspectives discussed the outlook for the region.
Johanna Kyrklund, Head of Multi-Asset Investments, comments on why recent market volatility could present an opportunity to investors who take a flexible, active investment approach.
Financial markets markets have suffered extreme bouts of volatility, but we continue to believe European equities offer almost ‘safe haven’ status in a world of increasing economic uncertainty.