While the outlook for the global economy is positive in 2016 the expectation is that bond markets will remain challenging.
At our recent forum in Edinburgh, five leading Schroders fund managers and chief economist Keith Wade met to discuss the state of global markets and assess what lies ahead.
Corporate governance in Japan is making progress. We look at why and how these changes can benefit investors.
The European equity market demonstrated its resilience in February, notching up gains despite the distractions of a change of prime minister in Italy, turmoil in Ukraine, and a largely underwhelming earnings season. There is ample scope for further share price gains to come as the eurozone recovery gains traction and corporate earnings are poised to show improvement.
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