During a trip to India, visits to a shopping mall and the basement of a jewelry store provide unique perspectives on the Indian economy and consumer experience.
The global investment grade credit universe (GIGC) far exceeds local submarkets in size and scope and a GIGC strategy may unlock value through diversification and currency inefficiencies.
- The amount of global bonds trading at negative yields continues to rise and has accelerated recently.
- There are a number of reasons why investors continue to hold and purchase bonds with negative yields.
- Rate and credit volatility are likely to continue, offering opportunities for active fixed-income investors to source alpha and manage risk.
A visit to the Harley-Davidson Museum ignited the idea of how munis may help insurers navigate new regulations and late-cycle investing.
What investors want and what advisors think they want can sometimes differ, so getting everyone on the same page could bode well for your client relationships and practice.
This blog post originally ran as an Institute Alert commentary by Darrell Cronk, CFA, President, Wells Fargo Investment Institute and Chief Investment Officer, Wealth and Investment Management.
The collision of two powerful forces—slow economic growth and rapid technological change—is creating exciting investment opportunities.
Gary Schlossberg, Senior Economist with Wells Fargo Asset Management, provides an economic and financial market outlook for the second half of 2019.
This blog post originally ran as a State of the Markets commentary by Darrell Cronk, CFA, President, Wells Fargo Investment Institute and Chief Investment Officer, Wealth and Investment Management.