Innovation is driving exciting growth across emerging market countries.
October 7, 2021
Wealth Management Ideas
Wealth management professional Bill Cass provides an update on the status of tax and spending proposals in Washington.
October 13, 2021
2020 rankings in Barron's Best Fund Families
(published February 2021)
#3 out of 44
#14 out of 50
#22 out of 53
Refinitiv Lipper fund awards
Best Fund in the International Large-Cap Value Fund category
(R6 shares/PIGWX among 33 funds over 5 years)
(Y shares/PNGYX among 29 funds over 10 years)
Equity Insights | October 1, 2021
Value investing for all seasons
We believe the durability of this recent value rally is being underestimated. Based on our analysis, the case for value stocks, particularly in international markets, remains compellingMore »
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Headlines you need to know this week — October 12, 2021
Sustainable investing is a standard practice, survey finds Sustainable investing has become a standard part of the investment process for many asset managers, new research found. The survey noted that 84% of asset managers were either implementing or evaluating sustainability factors when selecting investments. The research also found the rate of adoption of sustainable investing is highest in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In North America, the number of firms embracing sustainable investing rose to 68% in 2021 from 39% in 2018.
Some workers reduce saving due to health costs About one third of workers have decreased their retirement savings contribution to pay for rising health costs, according to a new financial wellness survey. The study also found that about half of workers (49%) are “moderately concerned” about their household financial well-being. Also, two thirds of respondents cited debt as a problem.
Investor optimism declined Investor optimism declined, according to a recent AAII Investor Sentiment Survey. The number of investors expecting the price of stocks to rise in the next six months declined in the survey ended October 6, 2021, compared with the previous week. The percentage of respondents citing a bearish sentiment, that stock prices would fall in the near term, also fell. An increasing number of respondents reported a neutral outlook.
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