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Four Charts That Explain Europe’s Power Price Surge
What Higher Energy Prices Mean For Emerging Markets
Four Trends in Eurozone Equities That May Surprise You
Which Stock Markets Are Most Sensitive to Rising US Bond Yields?
Why Is the UK Investment Climate So Hot Right Now?
UK companies have shrugged off the gloom of recent years and have become the target of considerable interest from international buyers. Meanwhile, the surge of new listings shows no sign of abating.
BB or Not to B: Where Is the Value in High Yield?
What the Data Tells Us About the Next Phase of The Covid-19 Pandemic
With economies continuing to reopen on both sides of the Atlantic, we look at what might be around the corner as we reach a new stage in the global pandemic.
Q&A: What Could A Collapse of Evergrande Mean For Markets?
Why Capex Is Key to Solving The Supply Chain Issues Hampering The Economy
Is India’s Central Bank Risking A Taper Tantrum?
As India’s central bank assesses a return to normality for monetary policy, Schroders looks at what this means for markets.
Japanese Prime Minister Hopefuls Point to Higher Spending
Current frontrunners to replace Suga broadly favour additional fiscal stimulus but have more hawkish views on China. We had warned investors that Suga’s dreadfully low approval rating left his status as prime minister of Japan in a vulnerable position (see: Is Suga’s race run as Japan’s premier?) Only a few weeks later, Suga has now announced … Continue reading Japanese Prime Minister Hopefuls Point to Higher Spending
Q&A: After China’s Crackdown, Is the Worst Yet to Come for Investors?
After Chinese stocks slumped following the ruling party’s regulatory crackdown, we ask fund manager Robin Parbrook if the worst is over for investors.
Shell and BP: Why We’re Hopeful for a Sensible Transition to Renewables
In the wake of this week’s IPCC report, we think the major UK-quoted energy companies are in a good position to shift towards clean renewable energy sources.
Eurozone Growth Overtakes US in Surprise Turnaround
Despite the turnaround, higher inflation in the US could cause monetary policy to diverge, having important implications for markets.
Why Emerging Markets Could Be the Next Digital Frontier
Why Fully-Funded US Pension Plans Could Give Bonds A Boost
US pension plans are fully-funded again. This is good news for long-dated bonds, as schemes will likely switch from equities to fixed income to consolidate their positions.
UK Growth Slows as Parts Shortages Hold Up Production
The economic recovery has further to go before interest rates need to rise. It appears that supply shortages and production bottlenecks have played a role, as manufacturing output contracted by 0.1%, following no growth in April.
How European Corporate Profits Powered Ahead in Q1
How Are Higher Commodity Prices and Shipping Disruption Affecting the Energy Transition Sector?
Are Auto Companies Preparing Their Workforce for A More Digital Future?
We engaged with a number of autos companies to understand how they are preparing their workforce for rapid electrification and digitalisation.
UK Economy Rebounds as Covid Restrictions Are Eased
Faster growth and a recovering labor market presents a challenge for the BoE’s loose policy. The UK economy grew by 2.3% in the month of April compared to March as the easing of restrictions helped spur a resurgence in activity.
Are We Now on The Road to Net-Zero?
Schroders spoke to climate change specialists Simon Webber and Isabella Hervey-Bathurst for their views on the IEA’s latest report.
What is Driving Angst in the Andes?
Can Global Cities Still Thrive After the Covid-19 Crisis?
Despite changes to the way we live and work, will global cities will continue to flourish once the pandemic ends?