At the annual Schroders Investor Conference in Budapest, delegates heard from ‘neurofinancier’ Dr. Richard Peterson, who outlined how deceived we can be by the apparent rationality of our own minds.
Rory Bateman discusses the main drivers behind his bullish assessment on the outlook for European equities including benign monetary policy and improving earnings for European corporations.
A look back at markets in Q3 2015 when a slowdown in China sparked concern over the global growth outlook and led to significant stockmarket volatility.
At the recent Schroders Webconference hosted by Craig Botham, Emerging Market Economist, three emerging market investors with different perspectives discussed the outlook for the region.
2015 has been a good year for investors in the Japanese stockmarket, but in this video fund manager Andrew Rose looks at whether the recent volatility in global markets might signal the end of the rally in Japanese shares.
In the third part of our series looking at income, this infographic illustrates the main drivers of equity yield in the UK and Europe. Rising interest rates pose a threat to stockmarkets, so we ask what drives the yields of UK and European markets and assess the safety of these income streams.
Martin Skanberg, European Equities Fund Manager, provides an update on eurozone companies, identifying the key drivers supporting an attractive outlook.
Financial markets markets have suffered extreme bouts of volatility, but we continue to believe European equities offer almost ‘safe haven’ status in a world of increasing economic uncertainty.
The latest Schroders Live event, hosted by FT Associate Editor Wolfgang Munchau, saw Rory Bateman, Johanna Kyrklund, Gareth Isaac and Matthew Dobbs discuss the recent economic shock in China and the impact of slower growth on the global economy.
Schroders Head of Emerging Market Equities Allan Conway discusses why he remains optimistic over the outlook for emerging markets despite recent volatility induced by worries over China.