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Posts Tagged ‘ China ’

Turbulent Start to 2016

Turbulent Start to 2016

Equities are having one of their worst Januarys in history.  There are a number of factors contributing to this increased market volatility, including: Steep declines in commodity prices, which are causing an increase in credit defaults and are having a … Continue reading
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Volatility and The 2016 Outlook

The beginning of 2016 has seen much volatility in global markets. How has the volatility impacted the United States and the rest of the world and where is the volatility coming from? Bob Baur, chief global economist, and I discuss these questions and more in our latest video.   Follow Principal Global Investors on...
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Sources of Volatility in 2016

The beginning of 2016 has seen much volatility in global markets. Many believe one of the sources of volatility was and continues to be China. Slower than expected growth, currency weakness, and instability in Chinese equities are all likely catalysts. What does this mean for world markets and will China continue to be a...
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Opportunities for Value Investors

Opportunities for Value Investors

Current market and economic conditions are extremely complex. Structurally low growth, high global debt, and very weak inflation expose the global economy to vulnerabilities and downside risks. Central banks, although remaining vigilant on financial stability, are progressively losing effectiveness, and … Continue reading
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China Volatility Raises the Question: Did the Fed Make a Mistake?

Recently, Professor Jeremy Siegel and I chatted with Don Kohn, former vice chair of the Federal Reserve (Fed), and Leland [&hellip
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