June 18, 2018

Tariff concerns, stress test results, housing data and OPEC may move markets

“This is going to be a busy week for headlines—look for the market to move on every single headline, every single comment out of Washington and China,” Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

June 11, 2018

Kim Jong Un, ECB, FOMC meetings to dominate market

Three meetings will dominate markets this week: the U.S.-North Korea summit, and the meetings of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) and the governing council of the European Central Bank (ECB), Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

June 04, 2018

Apple’s WWDC, G-7, North Korea summit will keep market busy this week

Headlines could have an important influence on the market this week with earnings season all but finished — pushing trade, tech, and the run-up to the back-on-again U.S.-North Korea summit to the forefront, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

May 29, 2018

A global, risk-off market as Italy, Spain face political and fiscal challenges

Coming out of Memorial Day weekend, global markets have been gripped by political crises in the European Union, as Italy—the EU’s third-largest economy—will face another election and Spain’s prime minister faces a no-confidence vote, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Tuesday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

May 21, 2018

Tariffs on hold, market scrutinizes FOMC minutes, manufacturing reports on radar

Worries over a potential trade war with China subsided this weekend as Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announced that the Trump administration “agreed to put the tariffs on hold” while negotiations focus on drafting a framework for addressing trade imbalances, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

May 14, 2018

NAFTA, China trade negotiations should capture market attention this week

An update on NAFTA negotiations, continued U.S.-China trade talks, retail data and a parade of Fed speakers may dominate market-related headlines this week, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

May 07, 2018

Deadline on Iran nuclear deal, inflation data, Fed speakers and earnings in focus this week

Important barometers of inflation—the Producer Price Index (PPI) and Consumer Price Index (CPI) come out this week; however, U.S.-China trade negotiations and the Trump administration’s deadline on the Iran nuclear deal may dominate headlines, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

April 30, 2018

Apple earnings, trade negotiations, payroll data, FOMC dominate market headlines

Earnings reports continue to maintain investor focus this week as Apple and other big names report; the U.S. and China begin trade negotiations; and steel and aluminum tariffs are due to be imposed May 1, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

April 23, 2018

Market eyes big tech earnings as treasury yield rises

The earnings season deluge continues with Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft reporting, among many others; however, market watchers will focus equally on the 10-year Treasury yield as it inches closer to 3 percent, Prudential’s Chief Market Strategist Quincy Krosby said Monday in her weekly “Connecting the Dots” outlook.

April 16, 2018

PGIM Fixed Income Q2 outlook: At cruising altitude with seat belts at the ready

The second quarter 2018 edition of PGIM Fixed Income’s quarterly outlook leads off with “Air Pockets at Cruising Speed—Welcome to QT” by Robert Tipp, CFA, chief investment strategist and head of Global Bonds. In examining some prevalent market concerns, including quantitative tightening, Tipp provides some perspective on how investors might consider these issues after Q1’s volatility.