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Schroders Quickview: Brazilian GDP growth may be the last for a while

Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist


Brazil's latest GDP figure was slightly stronger than expected. However, Schroders Emerging Markets Economist Craig Botham believes the trend will be negative from here on.

Living Wage: a UK perspective

Elly Irving, ESG Analyst


The living wage is gaining momentum in the UK. We look at its costs and benefits, which sectors have the most exposure to the issue and the impact of its implementation on corporate margins.

Taxing times: Corporate tax avoidance under the spotlight

Seema Suchak, ESG Analyst


The latest report from our ESG team examines the topic of corporate tax avoidance and the investment risks it poses.

Schroders Quickview: Falling UK inflation to spur domestic demand

Charlotte Morrish, Research Analyst, Business Cycle - UK & European Equities


Latest inflation data of 0.0% reflects a trend of falling inflation which should be positive for domestic demand and serve to prolong the UK’s business cycle.

The FTSE 100's evolution since its 1999 peak

Schroders, Investment Communications Team


In this infographic see how the entry of Hikma Pharmaceutical on Monday 23 March represents a further shift in the make up of the UK's benchmark index.

Can commodities survive a stronger US dollar?

Alastair Baker, Fund Manager, Multi-Asset Investments


The latest insight from our multi-asset team focuses on the relationship between the greenback and commodity prices.

Schroders Quickview: Dollar strength tips Fed towards later rate rise

Keith Wade, Chief Economist & Strategist


We have pushed back our forecast for the first US interest rate rise following the latest meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee.

Schroders Quickview: Budget 2015 brings pre-election pause in austerity

Azad Zangana, Senior European Economist & Strategist


Chancellor George Osborne delivered his sixth and final Budget of this parliamentary term on Wednesday, which also turned out to be one of the most uneventful.

Emerging market debt approaches turning point

James Barrineau, Co-Head of Emerging Markets Debt Relative


This week's Federal Open Markets Committee could mark an inflection point for emerging market debt.

Schroders Investment Weather Forecast: Global equity outlook finely balanced

Alex Tedder , Head of Global Equities


While a strong US recovery and falling oil prices are supportive of global equities, concerns in Europe and some emerging economies may weigh on sentiment.