Macroeconomic and geopolitical worries fuel advisers' bearish outlook - Schroders

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Schroders' research sampled 225 UK financial advisers
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Schroders' research sampled 225 UK financial advisers

Concerns about the cost of living crisis, stock market volatility and the Russia/Ukraine war have led to a sharp rise in bearish sentiment amongst financial advisers and their clients, from just 12% in November 2021, to 57% in May 2022, according to recent research by Schroders.

The Schroders' 2022 UK Financial Adviser Pulse Survey revealed that correspondingly, only 7% were bullish in May 2022, compared to 41% in November 2022. The research, which sampled 225 UK financ...

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