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08AUG 2018

The data boom in Chinese cities and what it means for real estate investing

China is at the forefront of a technological revolution and the quantity of data it will yield is unprecedented. For investors in companies based in the country’s global cities, this could bring compelling opportunities.

2018

JUNE

26JUN 2018

Economics

"Malaysia Boleh?" (Can Malaysia do it?)

Following the recent election result, can Malaysia’s economic and stockmarket fortunes turn around or will the brain drain continue to hamper progress?

12JUN 2018

Economics

Why Argentina woes shouldn’t detract from positive emerging market debt story

The recent flare up of risks in Argentina, and other emerging economies, has raised the spectre of a “classic” emerging market currency crisis. Given the improvement in fundamentals which has taken place over recent years, do opportunities remain in emerging market bonds?

FEBRUARY

07FEB 2018

Economics

Rising global cities: ones to watch in 2018

We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018

07FEB 2018

Blog

Rising global cities: ones to watch in 2018

We highlight investible cities around the world that have the potential to rise up the ranks of the Schroders Global Cities index in 2018

2017

NOVEMBER

01NOV 2017

Economics

The rise of young Asia: how millennials are transforming a region

We look at the huge shift of economic power towards a growing and increasingly wealthy Asian middle class, which - crucially - is both young and at ease with technology and rapid change.

OCTOBER

19OCT 2017

Economics

Chinese growth shrugs off headwinds

A resilient economy strengthens President Xi Jinping at a crucial political juncture.

16OCT 2017

Economics

China’s Communist party congress: what investors should expect

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China begins on Wednesday. Will President Xi Jinping stick or twist on the country’s economic policy, and what might it mean for markets?