David Brett

Investment Writer

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Economics

09NOV 2017

One year of President Trump: the impact on markets

In the 12 months since Donald Trump was elected US president, stockmarkets have hit record highs. We look at how and why the markets have reacted.

Global Investor Study

01NOV 2017

2017

OCTOBER

15OCT 2017

Economics

Black Monday 30 years on: how it happened and what we can learn

It has been 30 years since Black Monday, the biggest one-day fall in stockmarket history. We look at what happened and how today’s markets compare to 1987.

SEPTEMBER

28SEP 2017

Global Investor Study

US outranks Europe in Schroders sustainability league table

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions ranks Indonesia top, followed by India and the US.

28SEP 2017

Global Investor Study

How your recycling habits can affect the way you invest

A major new study links investors’ ethical behaviour in daily life with whether they invest sustainably or not.

28SEP 2017

Global Investor Study

Profit vs impact: investors choose sustainability for better returns

A major new study shows people are more likely to back sustainable investing for better returns, as to create a positive social impact.

AUGUST

09AUG 2017

Economics

The global financial crisis 10 years on: six charts that tell the story

It has been 10 years since the start of the global financial crisis. We show the impact then and during the decade that followed.

JULY

25JUL 2017

Economics

The FTSE in 2017: six charts that tell the story so far

The UK stockmarket rose in the first half of 2017 in the face of political and economic uncertainty. We look at why and what the future may bring.

JUNE

30JUN 2017

Economics

How the FTSE 100 has changed over 33 years

As the FTSE 100 undergoes another quarterly change, we look back at what happened to the iconic names of yesteryear – and why it’s important for investors to understand the transformation.