It has been 10 years since the start of the global financial crisis. We show the impact then and during the decade that followed.
Keith Wade gives a mid-year overview of the global economic outlook. Topics include fading political risk in the eurozone, challenges posed by Brexit, prospects for the “Trump trade” and a discussion of current low market volatility.
Brexit, Trump and European elections all had the potential to cause chaos in the stockmarket. Yet investors have remained calm. What next?
Global Market Perspective
Economic and asset allocation views covering Q2 2017. In this edition we look at the impact of populism on markets, discuss our 30-year return forecasts and ask whether the US economy has become less dynamic.
Trump’s address to Congress was light on detail but his job creation plans pose inflationary risk, and Fed officials are already taking a more hawkish tone.
In his latest overview of UK equities, David Docherty discusses the issues likely to affect the stockmarket this year, including Brexit, US and European politics, and China.