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Economics

18MAR 2019

Inescapable investment truths for the decade ahead

Our inescapable truths are the economic forces and disruptive forces we think will shape the investment landscape over the years to come.

Economics

14FEB 2019

2018

OCTOBER

25OCT 2018

Economics

Aged 20 and saving for the 100 year life

By putting away a modest fraction of their income, today’s 20-somethings could afford a comfortable retirement in their 60s - and still have enough money to live to 100.

JULY

02JUL 2018

Global Investor Study

Why 70% of people keep investing after retirement

More than two-thirds of people plan to continue investing even in retirement, according to a major global study.

02JUL 2018

Global Investor Study

The potential income shock awaiting pension savers

A global study of investor attitudes finds that those close to retirement expect to replace 74% of their salary when they give up work. The reality for those already retired is very different.

MAY

03MAY 2018

Economics

Aged 40? This is how you might afford the 100-year life

It is not uncommon to turn 40 and have no pension savings. We show what you need to do to start saving to be able retire in your 60s and live the 100-year life.

01MAY 2018

Economics

Three scenarios that show how quickly inflation can erode your wealth

Further increases in inflation may lie ahead in 2018 and 2019. In the first of a new series, we highlight how inflation can affect your investments

2017

DECEMBER

04DEC 2017

Global Investor Study

Investors save 11% of their salary for retirement - is it enough?

The Schroders Global Investor Study finds that even established investors are not putting away enough for retirement. Europeans are saving the least.

NOVEMBER

30NOV 2017

Global Investor Study

Are millennials on target to retire at age 58?

Young investors are saving 11.2% of their salary for retirement, only slightly less than the average for all generations, find the Schroders Global Investor Study