We still see scope for further interest rate rises from the Fed this year, following yesterday’s 25 basis point hike at the March meeting of the FOMC.
After hawkish comments from the Bank of England the market priced in a May rate rise. Schroders economists don’t expect the next increase until November.
We’ve upgraded our predictions for how the major economies around the world will perform in the next two years. Here, we briefly explain why and summarise our predictions.
In this month's infographic we look at the forces driving the weaker US dollar, the prospects for continued global growth and what political risk could mean for emerging markets.
Core inflation looks likely to accelerate further, putting pressure on the Federal Reserve to keep tightening policy.
Schroders research, covering four decades of data, shows how different types of bond have performed when rates were rising.
Latest comments from the Bank of England (BoE) and its governor Mark Carney indicate that UK interest rates are likely to go up sooner and faster than previously expected.