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Economics

10JAN 2018

How can investors find sustainable income?

Demand for income remains strong but investors may be taking on more risk than they realise. We look at how to generate a sustainable income yield across asset classes.

Economics

01DEC 2017

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Economics

01DEC 2017

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2017

NOVEMBER

29NOV 2017

Economics

14 years of investment returns: history’s lesson for investors

Equities were the best performing asset class between 2004 and 2017, but it has been a rollercoaster ride. Diversification can help you smooth out those highs and lows.

06NOV 2017

Economics

The acid test of active asset management

Active managers are more likely to outperform in certain market conditions, but our research finds that there is also a group that can outperform whatever the weather.

02NOV 2017

Economics

Metals, bitcoin bubbles, consumers: eight market charts from October

We round-up eight charts that caught our eye in October, including soaring palladium and bitcoin prices, consumer spending, changing China and sentiment.

OCTOBER

23OCT 2017

Economics

Our investor polls reveal the market and macro themes to watch

At the Schroders Investment Conference Madrid 2017, delegates from around the world revealed their market and economic views in a series of polls.

18OCT 2017

Watch/Listen

60 seconds explaining quantitative tightening

Marcus Brookes quickly explains how the Federal Reserve is turning off the taps on its $3.5 trillion QE programme.

09OCT 2017

Economics

Will it be smooth sailing for markets until the end of the year?

At the latest Schroders Live event on 4 October, our panel looked at whether equities can sustain their stellar run in view of the coming reduction in central bank liquidity, geopolitical tensions, currency moves and stretched valuations.

04OCT 2017

Economics

Is the emerging markets revival sustainable?

In this in-depth Q&A, our panel of experts discuss the outlook for emerging market assets, from both a bonds and equities point of view.