Listen as T. Rowe Price senior investment professionals who have extensive experience in finding "secular growers" share insight into the challenges and opportunities that we believe lie ahead in global equities.
We believe a dividend growth strategy remains viable and should continue to provide favorable risk-adjusted returns over time.
Our analysis suggests investors who add risk during a major sell-off can mistime the bottom by some distance and still make considerable gains.
Money printing in developed economies is unlikely to cause a spike in inflation because money demand remains stable.
Portfolio Manager David Eiswert provides answers on how the coronavirus may potentially impact markets in the short and long terms.
Read the Weekly Market Snapshot to stay up-to-date with stock markets and sectors, bond market returns and financial news for the week.
Stocks rose again last week, marking the first time since mid-April that equities enjoyed gains for two consecutive weeks.
The municipal bond market can be aptly described as a rollercoaster ride over the past several months. This applies to both the movement of yields and the emotional/mental toll it took upon participants.
China’s economy – the first to enter lockdowns and the first to emerge from them – is restarting. We see the economy likely returning to near-trend growth by late 2020, supported by policy stimulus, especially on the monetary front.