Schroders research, covering four decades of data, shows how different types of bond have performed when rates were rising.
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.
The Schroders Economics Team has revised up global growth forecasts for 2018 due to expectations of looser fiscal policy in the US and stronger global trade.
Despite the strengthening of global activity, inflation remains quiescent. This is creating consternation among policymakers whose models would have predicted a pick-up in wage and price pressure.
We round-up eight charts that caught our eye in October, including soaring palladium and bitcoin prices, consumer spending, changing China and sentiment.