Chinese growth slowed in the second quarter, but there are signs that stimulus measures may be starting to help. US data, by contrast, suggests that for now the economy remains strong.
After a period of strong market performance, "few assets could be described as cheap". Looking ahead, US-China trade conflict remains a key risk
Although the US Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged this month, the direction of travel is towards easier policy. Whether this will be enough to restore corporate confidence and spending may depend as much on the president as the Fed.
The number of loss-making US companies listing on the stock market is close to a record high. We ask two Schroders experts what this means for investors.
UK and Eurozone data indicates weakening economic performance and, in the US, slowing inflation is expected to add to the case for a rate cut