Keith Wade

Chief Economist & Strategist

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Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

29NOV 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - December 2019

Schroders' economists suggest the global economy will probably avoid a recession in 2020, why they are optimistic about emerging markets next year, and mull the end of Japan's era of "Abenomics".

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

01OCT 2019

Thought Leadership

09SEP 2019

2019

AUGUST

23AUG 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - September 2019

In their latest forecast update, our economists downgrade their projections for global growth due to the recent escalation in the US-China trade war.

JULY

31JUL 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - August 2019

This month our economists look at why fiscal policy is back in vogue, what's behind weak US inflation and why weak sterling isn't helping the UK.

11JUL 2019

Global Market Perspective

Global Market Perspective - Q3 2019

Our latest economic and asset allocation views include a note on US monetary policy as well as our views on rising geopolitical risk and the possibility of a US recession.

JUNE

28JUN 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - July 2019

In this month's Viewpoint we discuss the outlook for US interest rates as well as the policy options available to central banks in the event of a global slowdown.

MAY

01MAY 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - May 2019

This month we consider the prospect of a "melt-up" in markets, as well as stockpiling in the UK and the economic difficulties facing Turkey and Argentina.

MARCH

29MAR 2019

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint

Economic and Strategy Viewpoint - April 2019

In this month's Viewpoint, we consider the outlook for US profits, the ECB's interest rate policy and the upcoming elections in India.

25MAR 2019

Thought Leadership

Savings behaviour in a low rate world: what can we learn from Japan?

We examine whether Japanese households have taken on more risk in search of higher returns, and consider the implications for other developed markets.