We think the risk of a no-deal Brexit should mean Theresa May gets her deal through parliament. If not, the UK risks a recession next year.
Although third quarter GDP data was strong, the UK economy flat-lined in August and September. We expect a very weak end to 2018.
Evidence is accumulating that the market leadership of growth stocks is now fracturing. If true, it could herald a dramatic reversal in many of the trends of recent years.
The question of who pays for our retirement has become a political time bomb. Former Pensions Minister Ros Altmann and Schroders' Head of Retirement Lesley-Ann Morgan debate the issue
It’s been a torrid period for stock markets recently. We examine what’s been happening and find out why some investors think it could be a time of opportunity.
By putting away a modest fraction of their income, today’s 20-somethings could afford a comfortable retirement in their 60s - and still have enough money to live to 100.
There remains much uncertainty as negotiations between the UK and EU enter a crucial stage. Sue Noffke, UK equities fund manager, provides some clarity for investors.
With no sign of a summer lull this year, here’s a brief summary of the key events from July and August that matter to investors.