|Bid||3,280.00 x 15000|
|Ask||3,709.00 x 26400|
|Day's range||3,405.00 - 3,435.00|
|52-week range||3,002.00 - 3,784.00|
|PE ratio (TTM)||16.16|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.13 (3.31%)|
|1y target est||3,662.84|
Michael Collins, senior investment officer at PGIM Fixed Income, Stephen Auth chief investment officer of global equities at Federated Investors, and Jonathan MacKay, strategist at Schroders Investment, ...
Asset manager Schroders posted a forecast-beating 23 percent rise in full-year pretax profit after market gains, acquisitions and inflows of new client money boosted total funds, sending its shares higher. Schroders, one of Britain's biggest fund managers, has spent recent years diversifying its range of products and geographic reach and said the policy had helped drive a 13 percent rise in assets to a record 447 billion pounds. The company, which traces its roots to 1804 and the financing of trade between Europe and North America, offers fund and wealth management services to retail and institutional clients across all continents.
Asset manager Schroders posted a forecast-beating 23 percent rise in full-year pretax profit after market gains, acquisitions and inflows of new client money boosted total funds, sending its shares higher. ...
Britain's major share index came close to recovering from a brutal global sell-off on Wednesday, rising from 10-month lows as shares in financials gained ground. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) was up 1.9 percent at 7,279.42 points at its close, in line with a bounce across other European bourses. "Whilst we don’t expect this sell off to continue for an extended period of time, given that the fundamentals remain strong and unchanged, it is difficult to call the bottom and judge whether stocks have fallen sufficiently for investors to see value once again," said Fiona Cincotta, market analyst at City Index, said.
As the dust settles for now after the turmoil of the last few days, a chorus of buy-the-dip calls from fund managers and strategists is still ringing in equity investors’ ears. History suggests they have ...
In accordance with the rules on financial transparency*, Schroders plc has notified Ageas on 5 January 2018 that, on 4 January 2018, its shareholding stands at 4.81%. Ageas is a listed international insurance Group with a heritage spanning 190 years. It offers Retail and Business customers Life and Non-Life insurance products designed to suit their specific needs, today and tomorrow.
London-based investment bank says they have to be mindful of the anti-Russia political rhetoric out of Washington. Russian securities under threat of sanctions.
A tech-led rally in global equities should now broaden out to other sectors in 2018 and spur high single-digit returns, Schroders (Frankfurt: 929969 - news) ' head of multi-asset investment Europe said on Monday. Aymeric Forest told Reuters' 2018 Global Investment Outlook Summit that a backdrop of low inflation and relatively easy credit, synchronised economic expansion and looser government fiscal policies in many areas supported further earnings-led gains. Forest (Taiwan OTC: 8473.TWO - news) , who runs several portfolios across emerging and developed markets for the British asset manager, which invests 430.2 billion pounds ($562.27 billion) in client money, said in turn this should lift stock-to-stock correlation and by extension market volatility.
British asset manager Schroders (SDR.L) on Thursday posted a 9 percent rise in assets under management and administration for the nine months to September 30 led by gains in its institutional business. The company, which provides asset and wealth management services, said total assets at the end of the period were 430.2 billion pounds ($568.17 billion), up from 395.3 billion at the start of the year. Schroders has moved to more shorter trading updates, and gave no indication whether the increase in assets was a result of market gains from existing client money or aided by net inflows of new investor cash.
British asset manager Schroders on Thursday posted a 9 percent rise in assets under management and administration for the nine months to September 30 led by gains in its institutional business. The company, ...
** RBC says among UK/EU asset managers, players of size -- Standard Life Aberdeen and Schroders -- are preferred names ** RBC says SLA priced for usual merger disruption that is not happening, "nor ...
The asset management giant run by the chair of an influential trade body has placed itself on collision course with rivals by backing the re-election of Sports Direct's chairman. Sky News has learnt that Schroders (Frankfurt: 929969 - news) voted in favour of Keith Hellawell at Wednesday's annual general meeting of the sporting goods retailer, which has faced years of controversy over corporate governance standards and the treatment of workers. The decision by Schroders' fund managers is intriguing because its chief executive, Peter Harrison, also chairs the Investment Association - the lobbying group whose board includes several vocal critics of Sports Direct.
British asset manager Schroders posted a 21.6 percent rise in first-half assets under management and administration, boosted by market gains and inflows of new client money, sending its shares higher on Thursday. Active asset managers such as Schroders (Frankfurt: 929969 - news) have been hit by rising costs and pressure on fees as more money is invested using index-tracking funds, but the company said it had seen broad growth across its range of products in the six months to the end of June.
British asset manager Schroders on Thursday posted a 21.6 percent rise in first-half assets under management, boosted by market gains and inflows of new client money. Schroders, which manages mutual funds ...