After a half year of ongoing global uncertainty, investors continue to find varied—and perhaps mixed—metaphors to explain the evolving fixed income landscape, according to this edition of PGIM Fixed Income’s Quarterly Outlook.
Individuals who rushed to prepay property taxes after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may have saved some money in 2018—but that’s pennies compared to the long-term tax savings taxpayers should take advantage of before the TCJA’s individual tax provisions are expected to expire in 2026.
During a week of strong economic data releases, as well as the implementation of the first tranche of tariffs against Chinese goods and Chinese counter tariffs against U.S. products (already discounted by the markets), markets enjoyed a respite from the escalation of trade concerns, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
Fifty years ago, Philip K. Dick’s landmark sci-fi novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” envisioned a 21st century of androids, flying cars and space colonies. What happened? Sure, we have Android phones, but what about our flying cars?
In this shortened Fourth of July week, tariff-related issues are a major focus as U.S. tariffs against Chinese goods are due to be implemented on July 6, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
We’re in a new environment that could shift if markets sense the Fed is making a policy mistake. This new backdrop calls for caution and selectivity, as companies now must earn investor approval as markets adjust, says Quincy Krosby, Prudential's chief market strategist in her Q3 2018 Market Commentary: “The Road to Normal”
U.S. congressional leaders listened carefully as Chuck Sevola described Prudential’s collaboration with Workforce Opportunity Services to hire veterans and help them transition to the civilian workplace.
Escalating trade tensions will continue to dominate headlines this week as markets try to determine where this issue is headed, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is driving senior finance executives to reduce the liability risks associated with their corporate defined benefit (DB) pension plans. That revelation was one of the important findings of a new study conducted by CFO Research in collaboration with Prudential Financial, focusing on how the new tax law is influencing a range of pension fund-related decisions.
“This is going to be a busy week for headlines—look for the market to move on every single headline, every single comment out of Washington and China,” Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
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