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Views from the CIO: If the United States were a “stock,” would you buy it?

A “micro” analysis of “macro” events There’s been a lot of recent analysis on U.S. macroeconomic events as well as what the new Trump presidency means for the U.S. economy and financial markets. As we are bottom-up fundamental researchers, I thought I’d offer a different perspective on the market and recent events. That said, I’d

Posted by Mustafa Sagun, Chief Investment Officer, Principal Global Equities on February 22, 2017

March goes live: breaking down Janet Yellen’s testimony

Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Janet Yellen endured a grueling and highly politicized two-day round of Congressional testimony. Senators and congressional representatives asked numerous politically charged questions about Dodd-Frank and the Fed’s role in financial regulation. The politicians lobbed questions about everything from the economic impacts of climate change and the collapse in farm prices, to

Posted by Robin Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Economist, Principal Global Investors on February 16, 2017

Harder. Better. Faster. Stronger? Is talk enough to weaken the greenback?

Is it better to be weak or strong? Almost everyone in almost every situation would probably answer “strong.” However, when it comes to the relative strength of a country’s currency, the answer isn’t as clear cut. For the United States, most presidents have espoused a “strong” dollar policy, or avoided discussing the dollar’s strength all

Posted by Seema Shah, Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors on February 13, 2017

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