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Short and Sharp: Can equities digest a bond market sell-off?

After several days of courtship, 10-year U.S. Treasury yields finally surpassed the psychologically important, technically unimportant, 3% level. Although they came close in February, the last time U.S. Treasurys reached 3% was in 2013, a culmination of the infamous “Taper Tantrum.” On that occasion, bond yields spent only one day above 3%, before falling 100

Posted by Seema Shah, Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors on April 26, 2018

Weather, life and succession planning

The robins are singing and the trees are starting to bud. Spring is here! Or is it? It is April in Iowa and we’ve had warnings for blizzards, tornadoes and thunderstorms. We have set record low temperatures. Schools have been canceled over inclement weather. The robins do not look happy… Sometimes things simply do not

Posted by Jerry Ripperger, VP of Consulting, the Principal Financial Group, Principal Securities Registered Representative on April 25, 2018

Stick the landing on DB termination investments

Gymnastics may be the least forgiving of all sports. Incredibly fit gymnasts vault, flip, and somersault in ways that are physically impossible for most viewers. But if they stumble on the landing, the world gasps! Coaches curse. Teammates weep. Commentators scold. Judges shake their heads. It was such a great routine up to that point,

Posted by Mike Clark, Consulting Actuary, the Principal Financial Group on April 19, 2018

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