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PGIMA Silver Lining

The unprecedented aging of the global population creates increased opportunities in senior housing, multifamily condos, biotech, and the emerging silvertech industry. Institutional investors should consider how this megatrend could affect their portfolios, given the trend's evolving impact on consumer spending and far-reaching effects on emerging nations, home to two-thirds of the worlds elderly.

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PGIM Fixed IncomeQ2 Market Outlook

PGIM Fixed Income Q2 Market Outlook

This edition of the Quarterly Outlook examines the factors that set the bond market up for a bounce in Q1 and how they may affect investing conditions going forward. On the economic front, we examine how macro events unfolded in two phases in Q1 and what the global economy needs to shift into the next gear.  

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QMAQ2 2016 Outlook & Review

QMA Q2 2016 Outlook & Review

QMA’s Asset Allocation Team provides their economic and investment outlook for the second quarter. Global economic growth is likely to remain sluggish as it has been over the past few years, rather than breakout into a more robust expansion. Although economic data in the US stumbled at the start of the year, putting jittery markets into panic mode, we believe a recession in the United States is still unlikely in 2016.

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PGIM Real EstateTrends for 2016: Global Real Estate Trends Set to Shape the Next 12 Months

PGIM Real Estate Investors' Investment Research paper identifies eight major occupier and investment trends that are expected to influence market conditions and investment performance in 2016 and beyond. Conditions for real estate investors remain attractive due to a combination of steady economic growth, extensive monetary policy support, and an abundance of capital targeting property acquisitions. While there are pronounced differences in performance across sectors and markets, the global real estate cycle is moving into an upswing phase, characterized by improving occupier fundamentals and a broadening of investor preferences towards higher risk strategies, non-prime assets and late cyclical markets. At the same time, persistently low interest rates and a lack of available product point to ongoing demand for high-quality, income-producing real estate assets. 

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Pramerica International Investments AdvisersGlobal Investment Outlook & Strategy

Pramerica International Investments Advisers Global Investment Outlook & Strategy

The Global Investment Outlook & Strategy is a monthly research publication by Pramerica International Investments Advisers ("Pramerica").  The document provides a comprehensive review and outlook for global financial markets and economies. The document also presents Pramerica’s investment strategy for asset allocation (between stocks, bonds, and cash), global equity market strategy within major developed and emerging stock markets and sectors, and global bond strategy within major bond markets.

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JennisonGlobal Economic Review

Jennison Global Economic Review

A monthly snapshot of global economic, business, consumer, labor, and trade conditions.

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PGIM The Wealth of Cities

The Wealth of Cities examines the investable implications of urban expansion. Explore this megatrend further in the articles, videos and slideshow at our microsite.

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PGIM The Great Mismatch: Addressing Barriers to Global Capital Flows

Capital around the world is being deployed inefficiently – large pools are not getting the returns they should, even as many needs for investment, both public and private, go unmet.

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