Mexico's Peje-nomic Outlook
In this paper, PGIM Fixed Income discusses how Mexico’s relatively sound economic starting position, institutional safeguards, market discipline, and pragmatic approach to policymaking by the new administration will likely prevent any material deterioration of its macroeconomic fundamentals in the short term.
The U.S. Labor Productivity Puzzle
In this paper, PGIM Fixed Income examines a number of hypotheses that have been put forward to explain the perplexing slowing of U.S. labor productivity, which undoubtedly has important international implications.
How Clean is “Clean”? Greece is Aiming for a “Clean Exit” From Its Third Bailout
In a follow up to the "From Greece to Bondholders with Love" white paper, Jürgen Odenius, Economic Counsellor, explores whether Greece can make a “clean exit” from its third and final bailout and the consequent impact on bondholders.
The Case for Global Bonds
In this white paper, PGIM Fixed Income examines how an actively-managed, hedged global bond portfolio can reduce volatility and improve return efficiency relative to a domestic-only, fixed income allocation over the intermediate to long term.