The second quarter of 2018 begins with a new head of the Federal Reserve and a more volatile market. Quincy Krosby, Prudential’s chief market strategist, shares a history of regime changes at the Fed and how we may expect monetary policy to impact the market in the second quarter and beyond.
The president’s observation that trade wars are “good and easy to win” was softened somewhat this weekend by his advisors, who suggested that there could be exceptions to tariffs on steel and aluminum, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
Kylee Durant's husband is one of approximately 200,000 servicemembers who will transition out of the military this year, according to the Department of Defense... For these men and women, the switch to civilian life can present significant financial challenges.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell heads to Capitol Hill this week to discuss the state of the economy, and investors will be following every word for clues about future rate hikes, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
With the intense spark of higher volatility seemingly behind us — at least for now — investors are looking ahead at the possibility of four interest rate hikes this year rather than the presumed three telegraphed by the Federal Reserve last year, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Tuesday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.
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