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  • Oil divides opinion among value-seeking investors

    Oil divides opinion among value-seeking investors

    The rout in commodities has continued into 2016 with the plunging price of oil a particular concern, but could a recovery be on the horizon?

  • Watch: 60 seconds with Rajeev De Mello on the China conundrum

    Watch: 60 seconds with Rajeev De Mello on the China conundrum

    Market volatility exposed investors’ unease over China’s slowdown, but Rajeev De Mello says the country’s growth is stabilising and investors must choose the right assets for a gradual recovery.

  • Q&A: Where fund managers see market opportunities and risks

    Q&A: Where fund managers see market opportunities and risks

    Leading Schroders fund managers, covering a variety of asset classes and regions, share their insights on a difficult market environment.

  • Schroders Economic & Strategy Viewpoint - February 2016

    Schroders Economic & Strategy Viewpoint - February 2016

    In this month's Viewpoint:
    - Global update: Time to hit the panic button?
    - UK: Sterling slides as political risk comes into focus
    - Emerging markets: China concerns

  • UK Equity Insight: China, commodities and monetary policy

    UK Equity Insight: China, commodities and monetary policy

    In the first article of a new series, David Docherty and Rory Bateman consider some of the key issues facing UK equities in 2016 including China, commodity prices, monetary policy, political concerns and M&A activity.

  • China woes create Asian buying opportunity

    China woes create Asian buying opportunity

    Despite recent market events, not that much has actually changed in China. It’s more a case of the “chickens coming home to roost” as policy mistakes and major policy contradictions come to a head. Elsewhere in Asia, it could be an opportunity to pick up equity bargains.

  • China, oil and the Fed: what they mean for EMD Relative in 2016

    China, oil and the Fed: what they mean for EMD Relative in 2016

    James Barrineau gives his take on three of the biggest themes likely to influence the asset class in 2016.

  • Schroders Quickview: China growth slows as stimulus effects fade

    Schroders Quickview: China growth slows as stimulus effects fade

    Chinese GDP came in below market expectations, but in line with our forecast, at 6.8% year on year in the final quarter of 2015. This brings 2015 growth to 6.9%, in line with the official target of “around 7% growth”, but highlights the challenges faced by the authorities in propping up growth.

  • January 2016 Economic Infographic

    January 2016 Economic Infographic

    In the first economic infographic of the year our economists review the events which dominated the economic landscape in 2015 and look ahead at what to expect in 2016.

  • Watch: 60 seconds with Craig Botham on China volatility and currency depreciation

    Watch: 60 seconds with Craig Botham on China volatility and currency depreciation

    The outlook for China’s economy remains opaque, but Craig Botham says recent market volatility has been driven by technical factors and a big devaluation for the currency remains some way off.