Equities

APRIL

27APR 2017

Markets

Trump’s first 100 days: how markets have performed

Has the “Trump bump” come to an end? We set out the performance of stockmarkets, currencies and bonds.

27APR 2017

Markets

How shares with low yields may pay the most income

High yielding stocks may satisfy the need for income in the short-term, but the numbers show how dividend growers can outperform in the long term.

25APR 2017

Markets

What a Macron victory would mean for Europe’s economy and equities

How would a Macron presidency in France affect equities, the ECB, Brexit negotiations, and more? At our latest Schroders Live event Keith Wade and Martin Skanberg discussed some of the big issues facing Europe and its markets right now.

24APR 2017

Economics

Investors buoyed as Macron edges Le Pen in French election

Emmanuel Macron’s small lead ahead of the presidential run-off makes him favourite to become France’s next President.

18APR 2017

Economics

Shock UK election call could strengthen May's Brexit hand

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for a snap general election could bolster her negotiating position with the EU and within her own party. This may potentially lead to a "softer" Brexit.

18APR 2017

Markets

How currencies move stockmarkets

These charts illustrate how and why US, UK and Japanese stockmarkets are affected by currency swings.

05APR 2017

Markets

Which markets are cheap?

Our panel of fund managers pick the sectors and regions around the world where they see value.

04APR 2017

Markets

Value investment rally: has the ship sailed?

It’s not too late to get on board the value rally, according to a panel of Schroders fund managers, and a renewed focus on investment styles is here to stay.

MARCH

29MAR 2017

Markets

Saving for a £1m Isa: How the sums have changed

New data from Schroders reveals that your Isas could grow to £1m four years quicker with the new higher allowance – in theory

27MAR 2017

Markets

Cash vs shares: did Isa savers return to cash at the wrong time?

Isa savers show a growing preference for cash over investments, analysis by Schroders shows. New data shows how this approach has failed them.