PGIM Real Estate’s global real estate trends for 2019

In its Trends for 2019 outlook, PGIM Real Estate’s investment research team says that despite concerns about elevated real estate pricing, a perceived lack of available stock, heightened political uncertainty and a shifting policy environment, there is still plenty of capital targeting real estate.

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.

Broadway’s "Hamilton" offers lessons on today’s markets

QMA uses “Hamilton” tickets to tease apart exactly what is—and is not—a crowded trade, and why it matters for investors hoping to insulate portfolios from disruptions that could come in the months and years ahead.

Navigating the technology frontier beyond Silicon Valley

Given the lightning-quick pace of technological change, investors must evaluate their portfolios to weed out obsolescence risk from incumbent products and business models that might soon be displaced, while developing a disciplined active investment framework to identify potential technology-driven winners, according to the latest report examining megatrends from PGIM.

PGIM Real Estate agrees to purchase office in Clichy

PARIS, Dec. 4, 2018 – PGIM Real Estate signed a forward purchase agreement for the development of SWELL, two office buildings in Bac d’Asnières, Clichy. The transaction was executed off-market on behalf of investors of a discretionary pan-European value-add fund.

PGIM names Kathy Sayko chief inclusion and diversity officer

PGIM has named Kathy Sayko as its next chief inclusion and diversity officer, effective Sept. 12. Sayko will succeed Cathy Verhoff, who is retiring at the end of the year.

Working in retirement may be the new norm according to PGIM Investments study

Few current retirees take a new job in their golden years—but more than half of future retirees expect to continue working during retirement, driven by uncertainty about Social Security and their own financial preparedness, a new study from PGIM Investments reveals.


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