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Five years since Brexit: four charts to show UK shares could be returning to favour

Half a decade after the UK voted to leave the EU, Schroders experts Sue Noffke, Rory Bateman and Azad Zangana examine the investment case for the UK stock market.

Tags: Schroders, Equities, Alpha Equity, Brexit, Growth, UK, 2021
Should we be worried about inflation in the UK?

James Foster believes the answer is, unfortunately, yes. Higher inflation may be the inevitable result of the government’s new policies. Here he considers the possible impact on returns from gilts…

Tags: Artemis, Brexit, UK politics
BoE seeks Brexit bounce as it resists rate cut

Sterling gains, while gilt and equity prices fall, as Mark Carney resists a rate cut in his swan song as Bank of England governor amid early signs of a post-Brexit recovery.

Tags: Schroders, Azad Zangana, economics, Brexit, interest rates
"Do or die" - is Brexit set to conclude with no deal on 31 October?

While no deal is not the most likely scenario in our view, the risks are rising. The UK outlook is binary. A Brexit deal could see sterling bounce to 1.40 against the dollar, but no deal on 31 October could see a further slump to 1.10.

Tags: Brexit, Karen Ward
Boris Johnson: the challenges faced by the new UK PM

The “do or die” Brexiteer will face enormous challenges from the outset as the UK’s new prime minister. We look at what his victory might mean.

Tags: UK, Azad Zangana, economics, Brexit
Countdown to Brexit: Will the UK leave on Halloween?

New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to deliver Brexit by the October 31 deadline, “do or die.” This will not be easy given that Johnson faces the exact same impasse that led to the downfall of Theresa May: The UK Parliament has rejected the withdrawal agreement that May struck with the European Union (EU), the EU has stated firmly that it will not renegotiate that agreement, and the majority of members of Parliament (MPs) remain opposed to the UK leaving the EU without a deal being agreed upon.

Tags: T Rowe Price, Brexit
May resignation raises UK recession risk

Our economics experts share their views as Boris Johnson, who could easily take the UK out of the EU without a deal, is installed as favourite to become the UK’s next prime minister.

Tags: UK, Brexit
Brexit stockpiling drives improvement in UK GDP growth

First quarter growth has improved, but is likely to slow again as the stockpiling behind it is unsustainable.

Tags: UK, economics, Brexit, GDP
Ten questions that investors are asking me

Mark responds to recent investor questions, sharing his thoughts on topical issues, from the outlook for the UK economy, to tobacco regulation and life for UK companies after Brexit.

Tags: UK, Brexit, equity
How value can help prepare for the 'Brexit test' – whatever it may be

How we have been preparing our portfolios for whatever Brexit brings has, unsurprisingly, been a question we have fielded with increasing regularity in recent months and years, here on The Value Perspective

Tags: Schroders, Brexit

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