Marcus Brookes discusses why he believes the US economy is in good health and a Christmas interest rate rise could be on the cards.
A look back at markets in Q3 2015 when a slowdown in China sparked concern over the global growth outlook and led to significant stockmarket volatility.
Worse than expected US jobs numbers have pushed out expectations for the first Federal Reserve rate rise.
Forecasts for an interest rate rise in the US drifted out further after the Federal Reserve (Fed) decided against kick-starting a cycle of rate hikes blaming global economic and inflationary pressures.
Ahead of the US Federal Reserve's (Fed) interest rate decision later this week, Keith Wade looks at interest rates from a UK perspective and how investors can prepare for when the Bank of England opts to hike.
If there were any doubt only a few days ago, there should be none at all now - that even incrementally more restrictive monetary policy by the Federal Reserve is a danger in a very slow growth world.
Chief Economist and Strategist Keith Wade, and Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Lisa Hornby, discuss the latest US GDP release and its potential effect on the Federal Reserve's outlook.
As the Federal Reserve looks to normalize monetary conditions, we look at the potential impact on emerging market (EM) liquidity from three angles: external, domestic and equity positioning.
In the first of a two-part debate between Schroders' economists, Emerging Markets Economist Craig Botham presents the case that the global outlook is bleak and that we are on the verge of a deep depression akin to that which hit in 1929.