The US Federal Reserve (Fed) kept interest rates unchanged between 0.25% and 0.5% for the fourth consecutive month, but how much longer can the Fed hold off raising rates?
Mario Draghi succeeded in surprising markets with his latest salvo, but needs the support of governments and fiscal policy to win this fight.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Viewpoint we update our global growth forecasts, look at Europe which has become a source of comfort in an uncertain world, and ask whether emerging markets have reached their nadir?
Leading Schroders fund managers, covering a variety of asset classes and regions, share their insights on a difficult market environment.
The pain in emerging markets has been in the preparation for the Federal Reserve's lift-off, according to Rajeev De Mello, but the rate hiking cycle could be positive for the region.
In the first Schroders Live event of 2016, Bloomberg’s European Markets Editor Mannus Cranny quizzed Keith Wade and Johanna Kyrklund on the most pressing issues facing markets right now. These included matters such as China, the oil price, rate hikes and currency wars.
Andrew Chorlton discusses where he sees the opportunities in US fixed income and why investors could be caught off-guard by the actions of the Federal Reserve.
The Federal Reserve signals lift-off for interest rates in the US, but the pace of future rate hikes could be called into question.