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Short and Sharp: Geopolitics worry me, the economy less so

With so much to worry about, it’s little surprise that risk assets have sold off sharply in the past two months. Global markets are confronted by a host of geopolitical concerns, not to mention (misplaced) recession fears. Investors may have cheered a 90-day truce in the US China trade war, but that proved premature. If

Posted by Seema Shah, Global Investment Strategist, Principal Global Investors on December 13, 2018

10 things I’d tell my younger self about finances

Thirty-one years ago this month I graduated from the University of Northern Iowa (Go Panthers!!!). As I reflect on over three decades in financial services I can’t help but think about what I would tell my younger self given what I know now (and what I tell my kids). Ten things that come to mind

Posted by Jerry Ripperger, VP of Consulting, the Principal Financial Group, Principal Securities Registered Representative on December 12, 2018

Yield curve revisited

This week the flattening yield curve has investors worried. A key yield curve, the difference between the 2-year US Treasury rate and the 10-year US Treasury rate fell below 12 basis points at one point last week. A yield curve flattens either because long-term rates are falling faster than short-term rates or because short-term rates

Posted by Robin Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Economist, Principal Global Investors on December 11, 2018

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