American workers seek learning and development programs to close skills gap

Unemployment is at its lowest point since 1969 and job openings are at a 17-year high, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. With a tightened labor market the competition for candidates with the right skill set is soaring. Yet, many workers lack the skills necessary to pursue new opportunities, suggests a new survey from Prudential Financial, Inc.

How the government shutdown affected the finances of federal workers

Researchers have warned for years that many Americans lack the emergency savings to cover even a relatively brief disruption of their income. Few events have provided a clearer real-world test of that assessment than the recent 35-day partial government shutdown.

Prudential partners with military, veterans’ nonprofits on financial wellness

More than half of millennial military veterans say they are very worried about their financial futures. When it comes to those veterans—many who served in Iraq and Afghanistan post-9/11—only a fifth say they have all they need or are on track to keep up with current expenses, according to Prudential’s Financial Wellness Census™.

Prudential Financial, Inc. Announces 2018 Results

Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE:PRU) today reported year-end and fourth quarter 2018 results. Net income attributable to Prudential Financial, Inc., was $4.074 billion ($9.50 per Common share) for the year ended December 31, 2018, compared to $7.863 billion ($17.86 per Common share) for the year ended December 31, 2017.

Quincy Krosby’s Q1 2019 Commentary: Recalculating

Are we transitioning to a slower but still solid economy, as the Federal Reserve suggests, or a deeper downturn that could result in a recession?

QMA’s 2019 outlook & review: Are we there yet?

In QMA’s 2019 Outlook & Review, QMA’s Ed Campbell and the global multi-asset solutions team take on the daunting task of peering 12 months into the future. Will 2019 bring a return to more placid and pleasant times, or are treacherous markets likely to remain as the calendar turns?

PGIM Fixed Income’s first quarter market outlook: ‘More of less; Embracing the lukewarm’

PGIM Fixed Income’s first quarter 2019 outlook follows a period of heightened market volatility and notable developments in politics, monetary policy and economics. Yet, as several of PGIM’s portfolio managers note, amid stable, more moderate global growth, recent volatility may have opened a window of near-term opportunities.


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