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  • Outlook 2015: UK corporate bonds

    Outlook 2015: UK corporate bonds

    UK corporate bonds could offer a good source of returns for 2015, provided investors are looking in the right places.

  • Schroders Quickview: BoE remains cautious

    Schroders Quickview: BoE remains cautious

    BoE Governor Mark Carney delivered a cautious outlook when presenting the November Inflation Report, suggesting that interest rates could be kept unchanged until the end of 2015.

  • Watch: 60 seconds with Keith Wade on the UK outlook

    Watch: 60 seconds with Keith Wade on the UK outlook

    Keith Wade explains why he thinks uncertainty over next year's general election could cause UK growth to slow.

    • Keith Wade, Chief Economist & Strategist
    • 6 Nov 2014
  • Schroders Quickview: UK growth slows, but remains robust

    Schroders Quickview: UK growth slows, but remains robust

    The initial estimate for GDP growth shows a slowdown to 0.7% for the third quarter of the year, compared to 0.9% in the second quarter. However, 0.7% quarterly growth is only slightly below average growth since the start of 2013, and remains indicative of a robust economy.

  • Watch: 60 seconds with Alix Stewart on corporate bonds in 2015

    Watch: 60 seconds with Alix Stewart on corporate bonds in 2015

    Alix Stewart examines the outlook for UK corporate bonds in 2015 and reveals where she is seeing opportunities.

  • How resilient is secondary property?

    How resilient is secondary property?

    The last 12 months have seen total returns on secondary property start to rival those on prime property, marking an end to the prolonged underperformance which began during the financial crisis.

  • Schroders Quickview: Scotland rejects independence

    Schroders Quickview: Scotland rejects independence

    After months of intense campaigning, great uncertainty and volatility in markets, Scotland has voted not to leave the United Kingdom.

  • Decision day for Scotland: what will the impact be?

    Decision day for Scotland: what will the impact be?

    As the current United Kingdom both north and south of the border holds its breath to see which way the Scottish independence referendum goes, we have put together some key facts and figures to give some perspective on the potential consequences.

  • Watch: 60 seconds with Tom Dorey on UK property

    Watch: 60 seconds with Tom Dorey on UK property

    Tom Dorey comments on the strong demand from international investors for UK property.

    • Tom Dorey, Head of Property Product
    • 18 Sep 2014
  • Rising rates to leave property prospects undimmed

    Rising rates to leave property prospects undimmed

    As the UK economic recovery goes from strength to strength, the path and timing of interest rate rises assumes greater importance for financial assets.