60 seconds with Sue Noffke on boom in IPOs
Sue Noffke discusses the explosion of Initial Public Offerings in 2014.
06 Aug 2014
Investment trusts are fast-becoming a popular choice among those looking to take advantage of a trust’s distinct investment powers. Find out more about the professionally-managed range on offer.
To accurately gauge the latest attitudes, we surveyed more than 22,000 people from 30 countries who invest.
Emma Stevenson, Investment Writer
Schroders’ investment trusts provide investors with access to a range of nine distinctive investment opportunities including: UK and Japanese equities, Pan-Asian equities and commercial property.
No alarms and no real surprises from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond as he seeks a firm fiscal footing ahead of a crucial period.
The pension freedoms introduced in April of this year are likely to see many investors remain invested long into their retirement, rather than buying an annuity. The type of investment best suited to this new approach to retirement income has been hotly debated, but it is clear that income, of itself, will not be enough: That income must exhibit growth, it must be consistent, and it must be diverse.
We find a spirit of cautious optimism in our round-up of the market views from around Schroders.
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