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Review the performance of global stock and bond markets over the past week, along with relevant insights from T. Rowe Price economists and investment professionals.
Entering the year, the market was near record highs, only to be weighed down by fears of increased inflation, higher interest rates and the prospect of accelerated Fed tightening. Watch as AB's Walt Czaicki recap this quarter's outlook for the global capital markets.
U.S. small cap stocks, the Nasdaq composite index and some non-U.S. equity markets have slipped into bear market territory. Chief Investment Strategist Jim McDonald examines whether the volatility signals recession or an adjustment to higher rates and slowing growth.
Investors are being taken on a wild ride in 2022 that feature swings in stock, bond and commodity markets around the world. Here's our perspective on the global markets and potential opportunities.
Head of Defined Contribution and Wealth Advisor Services Matt Sommer helped conduct a survey that explored the relationship between financial knowledge and the decision to seek investment advice and grant trading discretion. The results have significant implications for how financial professionals engage with clients.
Developed and emerging-market equities fall on interest rates and pressure on economic growth. Inflation in the U.K. may rise.
With interest in alternatives surging, we highlight Envestnet and BlackRock’s shared perspectives on how you can best navigate the challenges presented by a low-yield environment and lower expected investment returns moving forward.
In the musical, Hamilton, these words are sung by Thomas Jefferson, who has returned from France and is now taking up the mantle of U.S. Secretary of State.