With the Bank of England signalling interest rate rises, our Chief Economist and Strategist, Keith Wade, takes a look at what this might mean for UK investorsRead more >
Schroders 60 Seconds with Keith WadeRead more >
In the second part of a debate on whether we are on the verge of a deep depression akin to that which hit in 1929, Chief Economist and Strategist, Keith Wade, presents three reasons why we will not see a repeat of the Great Depression today.Read more >
Schroders 60 Seconds with Keith Wade on EuropeRead more >
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, comments on the Japanese economy, and why he expects 2015 to be a good year for the country:
-Japan is a big importer of oil and the fall in oil price will drive down inflation, meaning that real incomes in Japan will be positive, which will be a great help to the consumer
-The consumer is also going to benefit in 2015 as there aren’t any tax increases, which really hit the economy in 2015
-Finally, the fall in the yen means that the Japanese corporate sector is now very competitive, which should flow through into strong export growth and will support GDP growth in Japan
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, gives his views on the outlook for the UK economy in 2015:
-The UK economy is growing strongly as we come in to 2015, but it will face some headwinds over the next few months in the form of the general election and proposed austerity measures
-Both main parties have indicated an intention to improve the budget position and get back from surplus, which could lead to tax increases and spending cuts
-This creates a difficult backdrop for the Bank of England – we expect them to raise interest rates in November this year, but don’t expect that this will come any earlier than that as the economy may not be as strong as expected and inflation will have fallen following the fall in oil prices
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, comments on the key factors that could have an impact on emerging markets this year:
-The performance of the Chinese economy will be one of the determining factors for the wider emerging markets this year – we think it’s going to continue to slow down and we could see a downgrade in growth from the Chinese government later this year
-Commodity prices are also a factor – they have fallen quite substantially, which has hit emerging markets. However, there is a chance for stability in commodity prices later in the year, which could prove beneficial
-More stable commodity prices, combined with better growth in the Eurozone and US could see the outlook for emerging markets improve, but we’re probably looking at the second half of the year, rather than the first
Chief Economist Keith Wade explores the mixed picture for emerging markets, with some countries struggling with inflation or political issues, while others are in far better shape.Read more >
Chief Economist Keith Wade explains why he thinks uncertainty over next year's general election could cause UK growth to slow.Read more >
Amid growing concerns about possible threats to US growth, Chief Economist Keith Wade explains why he believes the country's economic recovery will not be derailed.Read more >
Chief Economist Keith Wade explores why he is not as pessimistic about eurozone growth as many and possible reasons why Mario Draghi may be keeping some weapons in his arsenal.Read more >
Chief economist Keith Wade highlights key drivers behind the US recovery story, and the associated challenges it may bring.Read more >
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, gives his views on the outlook for the UK economy in 2015.Read more >
Chief Economist, Keith Wade, comments on the key factors that could have an impact on emerging markets this year.Read more >
60 Seconds with Keith Wade - Emerging MarketsRead more >
Listen to our interview at Sibos with David Harvey (Principal Consultant, Dell), Linda Wade (Account Director, Zafin) and John Kohari (CEO - Americas, Zafin).
Linda and John talk about their past experiences from Citi and SEB and why legacy systems stop banks from offering a flexible, harmonised pricing model.
They also discuss how a platform that allows banks to deliver the right product to the right customer, through the right channel is the key solution to these challenges.
Video Interview: David Harvey, Principal Consultant, Banking and Securities Practice, EMEA Dell Services, discusses Dell Services and Zafin's joint Customer Centricity and Pricing & Billing Life Cycle management solutions along with John Kohari, CEO, The Americas, Zafin and Linda Wade, Account Director, Zafin.
The interview covers typical challenges faced by banks around Product Innovation, Relationship based Pricing and Customer Retention.
Jon Kohari and Linda Wade discuss how the combination of Zafin and Dell Services can help Financial Institutions deliver superior customer value by offering the right product at the right time and through the right channels, while removing dependency on legacy systems to enable product innovation and reducing revenue leakages and operational risks.
Join our panel of Schroders' experts: Keith Wade, Chief Economist, Johanna Kyrkland, Head of Multi-Asset Investments and guest host Manus Cranny, Bloomberg's European Markets Editor. Together they will discuss the latest hot topics affecting global markets and explore the opportunities and challenges that investors may face in 2016.Read more >
Schroders Chief Economist, Keith Wade, provides commentary surrounding the current state of the global economyRead more >
Join Simon Webber, Keith Wade and host, James Cardew, on Tuesday 19 May for ‘Schroders Live’. The debate will shine a spotlight on key macro-economic and topical issues.
Presenters: Simon Webber, Senior Portfolio Manager, Global & International Equities, Keith Wade, Schroders Chief Economist & Host James Cardew, Schroders Global Head of Marketing
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