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Economics

17APR 2018

Is the road to inflation taking us back to the 1960s?

The 1960s are remembered for radical social reform, political upheaval and war. Often forgotten is that they were also a time of rising inflation – and in this they may hold disquieting lessons for us today.

2018

APRIL

04APR 2018

Economics

Could you become an Isa millionaire in 20 years?

It would take some effort and historically strong returns, but UK investors investing the maximum amount could become Isa millionaires in 20 years, our research shows.

03APR 2018

Economics

What returns do you expect from investments over the next 10 years?

Isa investors expect better returns from multi-asset than equities. Andrew Oxlade examines the expectations of investors, offered in the Schroders Global Investor Study.

MARCH

29MAR 2018

Economics

FTSE 100's 8% fall: why such a bad start to the year?

The FTSE 100 has suffered its worst first quarter since 2009 making the UK the worst performer of 23 developed markets. We examine sector performance and explain the reasons why.

28MAR 2018

Economics

Can you afford a 36% mortgage hike? (For once renters may be better off)

Schroders analysis of official forecasts suggests the next five years will be very different to the recent experience for both homebuyers and tenants.

28MAR 2018

Economics

Harnessing the information revolution

Modern fund managers are faced with a flood of data that can be analysed in ways unheard of 30 years ago. If they want to stay ahead of the game, they need to channel this deluge and harness its power to generate alpha in new ways.

19MAR 2018

Economics

Why UK-focused stocks look their cheapest in a decade

Uncertainty around Brexit means UK shares have rarely been as unfashionable. The negativity may be overdone.

19MAR 2018

Economics

The '£17,808 cost' of mistiming your investments

When markets fall the natural instinct is to sell. Our research highlights how costly it can be to miss the stockmarket’s best days.