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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

MARCH

23MAR 2018

Economics

How and why rising trade tensions have moved markets

After markets fell sharply overnight, we look at what's been going on and what might happen next.

22MAR 2018

Economics

New Fed chair Powell raises rates, growth and inflation forecasts

We still see scope for further interest rate rises from the Fed this year, following yesterday’s 25 basis point hike at the March meeting of the FOMC.

20MAR 2018

Economics

US steel tariffs - more about political gains than US industrial renewal

We believe that President Trump’s import tariffs are more about galvanising political support than galvanised steel.

FEBRUARY

14FEB 2018

Economics

US inflation shows signs of rising cyclical pressure in January

Core inflation looks likely to accelerate further, putting pressure on the Federal Reserve to keep tightening policy.

07FEB 2018

Economics

Rising global cities: ones to watch in 2018

We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018

07FEB 2018

Blog

Rising global cities: ones to watch in 2018

We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018

06FEB 2018

Economics

S&P's 4% fall: How the stockmarket has performed after big one day losses

The S&P 500 fell more than 4% on Monday, prompting the question: what next? We examine the history of sharp one-day falls.