Concerns about the impact of Brexit and President Donald Trump’s populist policies on growth have been swept aside and growth forecasts are now likely to be upgraded
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Viewpoint, we discuss recent strong global growth indicators and the prospects for inflation, as well as improving momentum in Europe and the challenges facing China.
Value investing enjoyed a turnaround in fortunes in 2016, but after many years of underperfomance compared with growth could 2017 be the year for value investors?
Populism, automation, regime changes, future forecasting and long-term investing - Huw van Steenis, Global Head of Strategy, shares his perspectives from the 2017 World Economic Forum meeting.
In this month's infographic our economics team reflect on 2016, a year in which the underdogs bit back. They look at what 2016 will be remembered for and the lessons learned, and then look ahead to 2017 and the issues that will likely dominate investors' minds.
The prospect of a Trump presidency has fuelled a rally in stockmarkets. We explain why and look at the latest valuations.
How will people adjust their lives to the likelihood of living to 100, and what does this mean for their finances and careers? These are some of the questions tackled in this new book written by two London Business School academics.
Global Market Perspective
We look ahead to what’s in store for the macroeconomic and market picture in 2017, as well as looking back on an eventful 2016 when the US presidential election and Brexit dominated the news.