• Schroders Quickview: Greece crisis to restrain European equities, but valuations should provide buffer

    Schroders Quickview: Greece crisis to restrain European equities, but valuations should provide buffer

    Volatility in markets is likely to continue for an extended period until the ramifications of a potential Greek exit from the euro are fully understood. QE and current valuations could provide some downside protection for European equities.

  • Schroders Quickview: Greece faces the abyss

    Schroders Quickview: Greece faces the abyss

    The Greek crisis has now reached its crescendo. If the referendum this weekend returns a vote to accept the bailout and remain in the eurozone, then the country can start to recover. However, if it rejects the offer and effectively decides to leave, then it will be the beginning of a very painful era in Greece’s history.

    • Azad Zangana, Senior European Economist & Strategist
    • 29 Jun 2015

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Economic views

  • Schroders Quickview: Greece faces the abyss

    Schroders Quickview: Greece faces the abyss

    The Greek crisis has now reached its crescendo. If the referendum this weekend returns a vote to accept the bailout and remain in the eurozone, then the country can start to recover. However, if it rejects the offer and effectively decides to leave, then it will be the beginning of a very painful era in Greece’s history.

  • Schroders Quickview: Fed reiterates rate hike stance

    Schroders Quickview: Fed reiterates rate hike stance

    We assess the outcome of the latest meeting of the US Federal Open Markets Committee and how it affects the likely timing of the first interest rate rise.

The long view

  • Is Japan abandoning its cash conservatism?

    Is Japan abandoning its cash conservatism?

    Within global equities, one of the key themes we see emerging in 2015 is a shift in focus of corporate Japan from stockpiling to distributing excess cash; a trend which may awaken income-seekers’ interest in the country.

  • Demand response to boost oil prices

    Demand response to boost oil prices

    Market consensus has become slightly less negative about the oil price since the dark days of early January. We explain why we believe the market is setting up for a significant supply shock.

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Secular Market Forum

  • The shifts and the shocks

    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.

    • Martin Wolf , Associate Editor & Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times
    • 14 Jan 2015
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    What effect will the third revolution have on the world economy?

    • Paul Markillie, Innovation Editor at The Economist magazine
    • 11 Nov 2013

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