Historically, inverted yield curves have preceded economic slowdowns. Robert Tipp, chief investment strategist and head of global bonds for PGIM Fixed Income, explains the inverted yield curve and what it means for investors.
Increased trade tensions, market volatility and dovish federal policies have left investors with uncertainty about the months ahead. PGIM’s asset managers offer their outlooks.
Elevated global real estate pricing continues to be supported by low interest rates and there are still reasons to be optimistic about the outlook for income growth, according to PGIM Real Estate’s 2019 Global Outlook.