With new chair Jerome Powell at the helm, the Fed increased borrowing costs today for the sixth time since the U.S. economic expansion began. Can markets expect continued rate hikes under Powell's watch?
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision essentially wipes the Fiduciary Rule off the books. But, that doesn’t mean everything returns to the way it was before the Rule.
2017 was a record-breaking year for the $20 billion club—our name for the U.S. publicly-listed corporations with the largest pension liabilities—in at least five different ways. Contributions were double 2016 levels and nearly triple 2015 levels.
Are Fidelity Investments’ target date funds too risky? We evaluate the short and long-term risks for a typical participant.
We’ve developed a new way to measure a company’s ESG (environmental, social and governance) score. Our research suggests that these material ESG scores can potentially provide more insight than traditional ESG scores.
In the concluding piece of our three-part series on portfolio management best practices, Global CIO Jeff Hussey identifies the core capabilities we believe are necessary to successfully carry out a portfolio implementation strategy.
We respectfully disagree with BlackRock’s stance on U.S. and European equities. Here’s why.
The ability to withstand the next market correction may require making investment decisions that go against the grain. Can a multi-asset approach help?
During times of market volatility, we believe that exposure to in-between asset classes may be of increasing value. A look at their performance during the recent market downturn suggests as much.
U.S. inflation data for January came in stronger than expected. What effect could this have on future Fed interest rate increases?