We would like to inform you that the name of Schroder Investment Management (Luxembourg) S.A. (“SIM Lux”) changed to Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A. (“SIM Europe”) effective 27 June 2018.

This name change recognises the growing importance of Luxembourg as a hub for Schroders continental European business and the new licences we have obtained to continue to market and provide investment strategies developed globally to our EEA clients.

Please note that the legal entity in Luxembourg with which clients, distributors and other third parties have and will continue to contract has not changed and that any contract in place with SIM Lux remains in full force and effect.

If you have any questions on this notification please email simeucsm@schroders.com.

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NAV

104.3886 EUR

17/01/2019

AUM (M) 207.07

As of: 17/01/2019

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 6.82% down 10.34% down 15.90% down 0.93% up 3.14%

NAV

21.8585 EUR

17/01/2019

AUM (M) 7969.81

As of: 17/01/2019

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 1.15% down 1.72% down 2.63% up 8.22% up 17.16%

NAV

119.3881 USD

17/01/2019

AUM (M) 3009.76

As of: 17/01/2019

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change down 0.54% down 1.61% down 4.84% up 11.32% up 4.51%

Economics

16JAN 2019

Brexit deal defeat triggers huge uncertainty: what next?

Economics

16JAN 2019

Brexit deal defeat triggers huge uncertainty: what next?

Possibility of no deal Brexit is as high as ever, risking a UK recession this year.

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Economics

15JAN 2019

What is the outlook for interest rates in 2019?

Economics

15JAN 2019

What is the outlook for interest rates in 2019?

In focus: The Schroders Economics Team now forecasts just one interest rate rise this year in the US. We explore why and consider other likely moneta…

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Markets

15JAN 2019

Why fears over the rise in triple-B corporate bonds look overdone

Perspective: Growing concern over the increase in triple-B corporate bonds as a proportion of the market looks overdone given the strong contingent o…

Markets

15JAN 2019

Which stock markets look ‘cheap’ as we head into 2019?

As the dust settles on 2018 in turbulent fashion, Duncan Lamont assesses how market valuations look as we head into 2019.

December 2018

Annual review of the world economy in 2018

In this month's infographic we review the economic events of the year including trade wars and Brexit.

Outlooks 2019

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