March 17, 2020

The COVID-19 impact: Answers to 10 urgent questions from investors

With the markets in turmoil, Nathan Sheets, former U.S. undersecretary of the Treasury for International Affairs and current chief economist at PGIM Fixed Income, answered 10 questions about what the coronavirus could mean for the global economy.

March 06, 2020

Markets in turmoil: Coronavirus, the Fed and where markets go from here

A panel of PGIM experts agree that keeping a long-term perspective is vital as the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 plays out.

COVID-19: What you need to know

How Prudential is helping those impacted by the pandemic, and expert guidance to help you manage your financial and emotional well-being during this difficult time.

January 23, 2020

PGIM’s Q1 market outlooks: 2020, a year unlike the last?

In their latest installment of quarterly outlooks, PGIM experts provide perspective on the markets in 2020 and beyond.

January 07, 2020

Quincy Krosby's Q1 2020 Commentary: A Good Place

Markets for the first quarter of 2020—despite bouts of profit-taking—are poised for growth and better things ahead, writes Prudential's chief market strategist Quincy Krosby.

November 11, 2019

PGIM 4Q market outlooks: The story of the global growth slowdown

PGIM experts assess the next chapter in the global growth story, including geopolitical uncertainty, central bank dovishness and more.

October 24, 2019

Transformative corporate models change investment calculus for investors: PGIM study

New PGIM research highlights long-term investment implications of three new types of companies emerging to dominate today’s market.

October 02, 2019

Quincy Krosby’s Q4 2019 Commentary: All of the Above

What’s to blame for moving markets in one direction or another? Trade negotiations? An attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil refining infrastructure and heightened geopolitical/military risk in the region? The efficacy of the latest round of global central bank accommodation? An impeachment inquiry? Earnings reports? Call it “all of the above.”

September 19, 2019

The Fed serves up another incremental cut amid “disparate perspectives”

The Federal Reserve again nudged the Fed funds rate target down another 25 basis points to 1.75%-2.0% in its latest policy meeting. In a sign of just how divided the Fed is over the appropriate policy stance, however, three FOMC members dissented from the decision.

September 18, 2019

The potential implications of investing in coal-heavy utilities

Do utility bonds issued by more carbon-intensive utilities trade at a discount? Or are bonds issued by utilities with less reliance on coal—but with yields similar to their peers—the better trade? PGIM Fixed Income credit analysts weigh in.