The Fed Throws a Brushback Pitch
Like a baseball pitcher throwing a high and inside pitch to remind the batter not to crowd the plate, the Federal Reserve (Fed) this week hurled a smoking fastball at a market that had assumed any Fed moves would come later in the year. The markets reacted like a surprised batter, turning and twisting on Wednesday in reaction to the news that the June 14-15 meeting was in play for a rate hike.
US Fixed Income in a Wave of Unconventional Global Monetary Policy
In this video, Ken Taubes, Pioneer's Chief Investment Officer US, shares his thoughts on the direction of the US fixed income markets amidst a wave of unconventional global monetary policy.
US Equities - Remain Positive But Expect Greater Volatility
In this video, Andrew Acheson, Leader of Pioneer's US Growth Team, explains why equities remain positive despite expected greater volatility.
Bank Loans: A Solid Strategic and Tactical Allocation
Insights & Perspectives |May 19,, 2016
We believe floating rate exposure is attractive in the face of what could continue to be a rising interest rate and gradually improving credit environment in 2016. These macro developments have occured amidst a backdrop of attractive relative valuations, given more favorable loan prices.