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22MAY 2019

The power of disruption and what it means for Asia

The massive disruption seen in US retail is a useful reminder to Asian investors of what the future may hold.

2019

MARCH

17MAR 2019

Investment Trusts

How to invest in Europe’s winning cities

With the UK’s deadline to leave the European Union fast approaching and a deal yet to be agreed, investors may be tempted to look further afield for income and diversification opportunities.

15MAR 2019

Markets

The Brexit unknown: views from Schroders experts

In a turbulent week for UK politics, a range of Schroders experts translate events for investors - and speculate on what might happen next.

12MAR 2019

Markets

Countdown to Brexit: three market indicators to watch

With Brexit uncertainty affecting UK assets, we offer a basic explanation on three market indicators that investors might like to discuss with their adviser.

FEBRUARY

14FEB 2019

Economics

Germany and Japan avoid recession but weaker global trade bites

Domestic demand improved in both economies at the end of 2018 but trade concerns persist.

12FEB 2019

Economics

Why China’s recent slowdown may be more pronounced than investors realise

Schroders’ China Activity Indicator has slowed sharply.

11FEB 2019

Economics

Brexit uncertainty weighs on UK GDP growth

The weak growth figures point to risk of recession this year.

JANUARY

18JAN 2019

Investment Trusts

Outlook 2019: Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust and Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust

Duncan Owen, Head of Schroder Real Estate Investment Management Limited, Fund Manager of Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust and Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust sees demand for European commercial real estate underpinned by an increase in technology and professional service jobs. European commercial real estate markets have performed strongly. Prices in Europe’s major cities have risen on average by 40-50% since 2013 (source RCA) and except in southern Europe, they are now 10-20% above their previous peak before the global financial crisis (GFC).