China’s central bank has taken steps to devalue the renminbi. The initial direct impact on eurozone equities is fairly limited but certain sectors and companies have more pronounced exposure.
An overview of markets in July 2015 when developed markets rebounded but emerging markets lagged behind amid worries over Brazil and China.
According to the Schroders Economics team's latest analysis, investors looking for positive real returns over the next seven years should look to equity, credit and alternatives.
As the Chinese automobile market takes its foot off the gas, we examine the road ahead and find a number of speed bumps for both domestic and international brands.
Economic and Strategy Viewpoint
In this month's Viewpoint Schroders team of economists take a look at the issues affecting the performance of the global economy including Iberian political risks, China's equity boom and bust, and the threat posed by dollar strength.
With investors increasingly turning their attention to income-generating equities, we explore some features of income investing in Europe as well as current opportunities.
Marcus Brookes, Head of Multi-Manager, takes a look at what triggered China's stockmarket gains and the subsequent weakness.
Following the extreme recent stockmarket volatility, our Global Emerging Markets Equities team examines what’s been happening in the Chinese stockmarket and assesses the road ahead.
Global Market Perspective
Economic and asset allocation views covering Q3 2015: Looking ahead, we see a pick-up in global activity as the US bounces back from a weak first quarter and growth in Japan and Europe resumes.