UK

20MAR 2015

Economics

Schroders Quickview: Budget 2015 brings pre-election pause in austerity

Chancellor George Osborne delivered his sixth and final Budget of this parliamentary term on Wednesday, which also turned out to be one of the most uneventful.

FEBRUARY

02FEB 2015

Markets

Markets: where are we now?

Fund managers from around Schroders exchanged views on the current state of various markets around the world at a recent panel discussion. Here, we round up their insights.

JANUARY

27JAN 2015

Economics

Schroders Quickview: UK ends 2014 with slower growth

UK growth slowed in the fourth quarter of 2014 but there is potential for the economy to re-accelerate in the first half of 2015.

13JAN 2015

Economics

Schroders Quickview: UK inflation falls sharply but will help boost growth

Annual UK CPI inflation fell from 1% to just 0.5% in December falling by more than consensus estimates of 0.7%.

2014

DECEMBER

18DEC 2014

Markets

Outlook 2015: UK equities

Share valuations remain close to their long-run average, which gives us comfort in the market's aggregate level. We believe value still exists within the domestic banks and house builders.

12DEC 2014

Markets

Outlook 2015: Business cycle (UK equities)

UK equities look attractively valued as an asset class and we believe that a backdrop of moderate growth, low interest rates and subdued inflation should allow further upward progress to be made in the year ahead.

05DEC 2014

Markets

Outlook 2015: UK Commercial Real Estate

The sector looks poised for another year of solid performance in 2015.

NOVEMBER

21NOV 2014

Markets

Outlook 2015: UK corporate bonds

UK corporate bonds could offer a good source of returns for 2015, provided investors are looking in the right places.

12NOV 2014

Economics

Schroders Quickview: BoE remains cautious

BoE Governor Mark Carney delivered a cautious outlook when presenting the November Inflation Report, suggesting that interest rates could be kept unchanged until the end of 2015.

06NOV 2014

Watch/Listen

60 seconds with Keith Wade on the UK outlook

Keith Wade explains why he thinks uncertainty over next year's general election could cause UK growth to slow.