EU REFERENDUM

The outcome of the EU referendum surprised markets but the reaction is consistent with our expectations. Markets are functioning at this point and we expect central banks and politicians to respond in a concerted way. The wider geopolitical implications for the UK and Europe are of great significance and need monitoring. However, it is important to keep this event in context – this is far from the global financial crisis of 2008. This is a time for investors to concentrate on long-term fundamentals and we are well placed to do this. Volatility will give rise to some significant opportunities. We remain focused on meeting your investment goals and do not expect any disruption to how we manage portfolios.

Impact on fund ranges

Bid

384.00 GBP

29/07/2016

down 3.30

Offer

386.60 GBP

AUM (M) 869.70 GBP

Bid

17730.00 GBP

29/07/2016

down 50.00

Offer

17860.00 GBP

AUM (M) 743.54 GBP

Insights

29JUL 2016

Bank of Japan: cupboard is bare but corporate prospects undimmed

Insights

29JUL 2016

Bank of Japan: cupboard is bare but corporate prospects undimmed

After the Bank of Japan's latest policy decision, we look at the options left for authorities to stimulate the economy and the outlook for corporate …

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Markets

28JUL 2016

The crisis mindset: how investors paralysed by fear could be missing opportunities

Markets

28JUL 2016

The crisis mindset: how investors paralysed by fear could be missing opportunities

The "sentiment cycle" suggests why so many investors miss out on market opportunities. Fund manager Malcolm Melville explains why we may now be in th…

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Watch/Listen

27JUL 2016

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60 seconds with Rajeev De Mello on EM corporate bonds as an income solution

Interest rates and yields on government bonds remain near record lows leaving investors scrambling for solutions to their income problems. Rajeev De …

Economics

27JUL 2016

Schroders Quickview: UK economy robust before Brexit vote

Stronger activity before the EU referendum reduces the odds of a recession in the near term.

OUTLOOKS 2016

Our top fund managers take a look at what’s in store for markets in 2016

Access 2016 outlooks here

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