GDP

MARCH

06MAR 2018

Economics

Why economic growth (and rates) could increase faster than expected

We’ve upgraded our predictions for how the major economies around the world will perform in the next two years. Here, we briefly explain why and summarise our predictions.

FEBRUARY

14FEB 2018

Economics

Japanese growth moderates, but eighth consecutive quarter of positive GDP growth confirmed

Quickview: Consumption and capex the bright spots in a weaker-than-expected Japan GDP report.

JANUARY

30JAN 2018

Economics

The eurozone economic boom continues

Quickview: How long can the European Central Bank maintain its extraordinarily loose monetary policy?

05JAN 2018

Markets

European stockmarkets in 2017 - nine charts that show the trends

We look back at the drivers of Europe’s stockmarket gains in 2017, including the ongoing economic recovery and diminishing political risk.

2017

DECEMBER

19DEC 2017

Economics

Will the global economy continue to bounce back in 2018?

In this month's infographic, Schroders' economists revise up their global growth forecasts and provide their outlook for interest rates in 2018.

07DEC 2017

Markets

Outlook 2018: Asian ex Japan equities

A supportive global backdrop for Asian stocks means broader secular trends will continue to play out in 2018.

06DEC 2017

Markets

Outlook 2018: Asian bonds

Improving global growth and low inflation should be supportive forces for Asian bonds in 2018 but higher oil prices could be a headwind for the region.

01DEC 2017

Economics

Brazilian GDP growth accelerates ahead of expectations

Quickview: Brazilian GDP growth accelerates to 1.4% in Q3 amid a pick-up in investment.

01DEC 2017

Watch/Listen

60 seconds on the global economic outlook for 2018

The Schroders Economics Team has revised up global growth forecasts for 2018 due to expectations of looser fiscal policy in the US and stronger global trade.

NOVEMBER

30NOV 2017

Economics

Indian growth data disappoints again

Quickview: Indian GDP growth misses expectations again with agriculture and construction still dragging on performance