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Global Investor Study

09JUL 2019

Only a fifth of investors held their nerve during 2018 stock market tumble

Only 18% of investors stuck with their long term investment plan during last year’s market turmoil, according to Schroders Global Investor Study.

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2018

DECEMBER

03DEC 2018

Global Investor Study

Investors seek ‘minimum income’ of 10.1%

Schroders’ Global Investor Study reveals the latest expectations of investors and offers a snapshot of the investments they hold to reach their goals

03DEC 2018

Global Investor Study

Investors name healthcare as top investment trend to back

The Schroders Global Investor Study 2018 reveals the themes investors are most likely to invest in, with millennials declaring most interest in sustainability.

SEPTEMBER

17SEP 2018

Global Investor Study

US investors trump Europeans in sustainability league table

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions ranks Indonesia top with the US the only developed market to feature in the top 10.

17SEP 2018

Global Investor Study

Sustainable investing is about making bigger profits, say the majority of investors

A global study spanning sustainable consumer habits and investing actions found the majority of investors believe that sustainable investing can help them achieve better returns.

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.

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.