60 seconds with Keith Wade on the Japanese economy
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, comments on the Japanese economy, and why he expects 2015 to be a good year for the country.
Katherine Davidson, Portfolio Manager, Global & International Equities
Emma Stevenson, Investment Writer
Global Market Perspective
Themes for 2018, slowing global liquidity, the behaviour of inflation and a review of 2017 all feature in this quarter's economic and asset allocation views.
In the first part of our series of articles assessing the outlook for next year, Keith Wade discusses whether the Goldilocks combination of strong growth and low inflation can continue in 2018.
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.
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