It has been a gloomy start to 2016 for the global economy, and while the outlook over the next two quarters is set to improve, longer-term conditions are likely to remain tough.
Are hundreds of millions of dollars of pension payments being made unnecessarily? The truth may be politically unpalatable, but it could lie with inflation and its likely overstatement over several decades.
The Japanese economy continues to struggle to regain momentum. We expect today’s GDP figures will result in a delay to the next consumption tax hike.
With the Federal Reserve in the process of normalising interest rates, many investors question what the path of the US dollar will be over the remainder of the year.
This month's infographic focuses on the unintended consequences of negative interest rates, slowing global growth and the reform journeys being undertaken by countries within emerging markets.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Viewpoint we discuss the options available to policymakers in a world of low growth, the consequences of negative interest rates and emerging market reform progress.
Schroders Live: After an eventful first quarter, Manus Cranny, Bloomberg’s European Markets Editor, caught up with Keith Wade and Gareth Isaac to find out their latest views on the global economy and markets.
This month's infographic focuses on the risks of Brexit, looks at why markets have regained risk appetite after the early 2016 panic, and questions whether now is the right time to invest in emerging markets.
Having recovered their composure after a tumultuous start to 2016, investors are now looking for a new catalyst, but what will it be and where next for markets?