Monetary Policy

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Economics

25APR 2019

Central banks of Japan and Canada join the dovish camp

Both the Bank of Japan and Bank of Canada left interest rates on hold, as expected, while tweaks to guidance imply a more accommodative stance.

2019

FEBRUARY

07FEB 2019

Economics

India's central bank takes a dovish turn

The central bank has cut interest rates but a pause may have been a more prudent option.

JANUARY

31JAN 2019

Economics

Eurozone growth fails to recover as Italy slips into recession

Snapshot: Leading indicators suggest further weakness to come, but European risk assets are already priced for recession.

15JAN 2019

Economics

What is the outlook for interest rates in 2019?

In focus: The Schroders Economics Team now forecasts just one interest rate rise this year in the US. We explore why and consider other likely monetary policy moves in major economies.

2018

DECEMBER

05DEC 2018

Markets

Outlook 2019: Global equities

We are seeking out companies investing for change in 2019, while increasingly wary of those that have borrowed excessively.

NOVEMBER

30NOV 2018

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - December 2018

In our latest update to our growth forecasts, we explain why we've downgraded global growth for 2019.

21NOV 2018

Markets

Has the 18-year relationship between bond yields and stocks turned sour?

As stock markets fell in October, bond yields rose – bucking a long term trend. This has significant implications for how investors look at diversification.

OCTOBER

05OCT 2018

Economics

Why India’s central bank may have made a mistake

We don’t find the reasoning behind the Indian central bank’s decision to leave rates on hold particularly persuasive.