Global Emerging Markets

NOVEMBER

28NOV 2016

Markets

Can the emerging markets revival continue?

Our panel of experts reflect on the revival seen in emerging markets this year, and discuss whether it is set to continue in 2017 in the wake of the recent US presidential election result.

17NOV 2016

Economics

November 2016 Economic Infographic

In this month's infographic our economists investigate globalisation and ask is it in crisis? They look at whether China's problems are building and if deflation or inflation should be of greater concern to investors.

OCTOBER

20OCT 2016

Economics

Brazil cuts rates with further easing likely

Lingering concerns over inflation constrain more aggressive cuts for now.

18OCT 2016

Economics

October 2016 Economic Infographic

In this month's infographic we look at who is leading in the race to become the next US president, what the markets are pricing in and what impact the candidates' policies might have on the US economy.

SEPTEMBER

30SEP 2016

Markets

Investors to shift to ‘cheap’ emerging markets, poll finds

More than 70% of professional investors believe emerging markets offer good value versus developed world stockmarkets, a poll has found.

15SEP 2016

Markets

Are emerging market equities re-emerging?

After falling out of fashion and lagging their developed market peers in recent years, emerging market equities are back in the headlines and back in investors’ sights. We spoke to some of Schroders’ investment desks to see if the optimism is justified.

12SEP 2016

Economics

September 2016 Economic Infographic

In this month's Olympic themed infographic we examine the outlook for global growth and how emerging market performance is set to improve.

09SEP 2016

Watch/Listen

60 seconds with Keith Wade on cutting his global growth forecast

Keith Wade explains why the economics team has trimmed its forecast for global growth this year.

01SEP 2016

Economics

Focus turns to reforms after Brazil votes to impeach Rousseff

The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff had been widely expected. The prospects for Brazilian assets now rest on economic fundamentals and much-needed reforms.