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.
Snapshot: Leading indicators suggest further weakness to come, but European risk assets are already priced for recession.
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.
As stock markets fell in October, bond yields rose – bucking a long term trend. This has significant implications for how investors look at diversification.