The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China begins on Wednesday. Will President Xi Jinping stick or twist on the country’s economic policy, and what might it mean for markets?
In today’s complacent and expensive bond markets, an active and flexible approach is needed. We look at where the risks and opportunities lie.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
This month, our economists discuss global liquidity, the outlook for UK interest rates and falling inflation in emerging markets.
In this month's TalkingEconomics, our economists discuss global liquidity, the outlook for UK interest rates and falling inflation in emerging markets.
Huw van Steenis discusses three of the big themes for investors at Schroders' recent Madrid event: coping with tech disruption, the end of QE and populism.
After $3.5 trillion of quantitative easing, soon the US authorities will start turning off the taps. But only if they can avoid a market meltdown.