Our analysis and comment in response to the 2015 UK Autumn Statement & Spending Review announced on Wednesday by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.
In the latest infographic Schroders economists examine the factors that could tip the global economy into recession, the problem with the UK's proposed 'tax-credit' reforms*, what's driving risk appetite among investors and the corruption scandals crippling Brazil.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Economic and Strategy Viewpoint our economists investigate recession fears and inflation horrors in the US, the tax credit nightmare in the UK and the plight of Brazilian politics and its impact on the economy.
As we move into the latter phases of the business cycle UK dividend growth looks likely to accelerate again. Matt Hudson, who heads up the Business Cycle Team at Schroders, explains what is driving this dividend recovery.
Domestically orientated banks are presently one of the most interesting UK equity income prospects. Matt Hudson looks at favoured UK lenders and their potential as catalysts for a dividend recovery in the UK.
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.
In the third part of our series looking at income, this infographic illustrates the main drivers of equity yield in the UK and Europe. Rising interest rates pose a threat to stockmarkets, so we ask what drives the yields of UK and European markets and assess the safety of these income streams.