Schroders Global Investor Study 2023: Investors in Singapore forced to reconsider their investment strategies amid inflation and geopolitical uncertainties
Investors in Singapore have been forced to reevaluate their investment strategies in response to the new economic reality and ongoing inflation and geopolitical uncertainty, Schroders Global Investor Study 2023 has found.
Schroders’ flagship study, which has surveyed more than 23,000 people who invest from 33 locations globally, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand in Southeast Asia (SEA), has identified that almost 74 percent of Singaporean investors (versus 78 percent globally and 79 percent in SEA) now believe that we have entered a new era of policy and market behavior as a result of higher inflation and interest rates.
This is in stark contrast to last year’s study, when 42 percent of respondents believed the market challenges to be a blip and predicted a quick return to the more benign low-inflation, low-rate environment. As a result, half of Singapore investors (versus 54 percent globally and 59 percent in SEA) have already adjusted