Our multi-asset team provides its insights on current market trends and its latest asset allocation views, focusing this month on headwinds to the global recovery and the impact of the oil price on high yield bonds.
The European Central Bank's quantitative easing announcement is a significant move that has positive implications for eurozone equities.
January’s FOMC statement struck a balanced tone which we expect to become gradually less dovish through 2015.
The Greek backlash against austerity has swept Syriza to power, meaning the risk of “Grexit” has now returned. But what does this mean for investors and the wider eurozone?
UK growth slowed in the fourth quarter of 2014 but there is potential for the economy to re-accelerate in the first half of 2015.
From boardrooms to showrooms, there is growing confidence in the recovery of the auto industry. However, longer-term data suggest that, cyclical tailwinds aside, the market for automobiles in developed markets could be in structural decline.
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.
Speaking at Schroders' Secular Market Forum in the winter of 2014, the Financial Times' Martin Wolf discussed what we've learned - and have still to learn - from the financial crisis.
What effect will the third revolution have on the world economy?