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Retail Dip Weighs on U.S. Core CPI Inflation

U.S. core Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation lagged expectations in August, breaking from the recent trend of generally upward surprises from various wage and price reports. Core CPI advanced 0.08% month over month, well under consensus expectati...

Global Trade Tensions and Uncertain Markets

Group CIO Dan Ivascyn discusses how uncertainties surrounding global trade policy are one factor driving market volatility in the months and years to come, and offers ideas for investors in this environment. For an extended discussion of our views o...

Quick Takes: Why Short‑Term Bonds Are Especially Defensive Today

In this video, Andrew Wittkop, executive vice president and portfolio manager, discusses the merits of short- duration strategies for investors concerned about rising interest rates and increased volatility. Further insights: Learn five reasons why...

Asset Allocation Views: Late‑Cycle Investing

There are ample signs of change in the wind: The Federal Reserve is raising short-term interest rates, and U.S. inflation is at target for the first time since 2012. The global trade order that has existed for decades is being disrupted. Several eco...

Women’s Economic Power Is Expanding – Is Investment Management Keeping Pace?

Women are transforming the global economy. The financial services industry must evolve both to better serve women investors, and to assess the impact that women’s decisions have on markets worldwide – now and in the decades to come. Women repres...