Schroders has developed a tool to measure a building’s proximity to transport hubs, which could underpin long-term returns of certain companies.
We explore why global cities continue to attract young professionals and argue that living in such places is good value, despite the high costs of housing.
China is at the forefront of a technological revolution and the quantity of data it will yield is unprecedented. For investors in companies based in the country’s global cities, this could bring compelling opportunities.
Death of the high street? Hugo Machin, a Global Cities investor and blogger, explains why certain retail locations are thriving
On the anniversary of the UK's vote to leave the European Union we look at the timeline to Brexit and what's happened in markets and the UK economy.
Schroders analysis of official forecasts suggests the next five years will be very different to the recent experience for both homebuyers and tenants.