In recent years we have danced to the central bankers' tune. With rates pinned at 0% we correctly judged that the path of least resistance, for developed equities in particular, was up. As we move into 2015, however, it might be time to sit some of the dances out.
Healthcare has been one of the best performing global sectors year-to-date, which begs the question: how much further can it go? John Bowler argues that ongoing innovation from medical companies will continue to drive strong performance in the sector and highlights a few key areas where this is already occurring.
A postcard from... Istanbul: Craig Botham reflects on his recent visit to Turkey's largest city where, despite its status as one of the "Fragile Five" and ISIS on its doorstep, he found no shortage of optimism.
The eurozone economy grew by 0.2% in the third quarter compared to the previous quarter, which was slightly better than consensus expectations of 0.1%. Compared to the same period a year earlier, the eurozone grew by 0.8%.
Climate change is happening and we are not doing enough to stop it, according to a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). We look at the report and its implications for investors.
A panel of Schroders' fund managers discuss approaches to investing in fixed income in an environment of rising interest rates.
What effect will the third revolution have on the world economy?
Robert Farago outlines our investment conclusions in response to Dani Rodrik’s analysis of the future of globalization.