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Interest rates up, stock market down

On a day-to-day basis, when interest rates are up, that’s a good sign for markets. It means less demand for safe-haven assets because investors feel confident enough to take on riskier ones. But, when interest rates move up quickly, markets get scared. That’s exactly what happened last week. The 10-year temporarily spiked above 3.25% on

Posted by Robin Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Economist, Principal Global Investors on October 15, 2018

School’s in session. Time to shake up your routine.

As fall is upon us, it’s back to school and a regular schedule. Many of us take comfort in the predictable routines we learned in school. But relying on the same old routines at work may prevent you from finding new ways to grow and diversify your revenue stream. We all do it. Approach the

Posted by Gary Burczek, Vice President of Business Development - Defined Benefit, Principal Securities Registered Representative on October 10, 2018

US jobs report: party like it’s 1969

Below the disappointing headline, the September jobs report was quite strong. Topline payroll growth declined to 134,000; Hurricane Florence likely explained the weakness. About 300,000 people were out of work because of bad weather, compared to 85,0000 out of work because of bad weather in an average month. Upward revisions added 87,000 jobs over the

Posted by Robin Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Economist, Principal Global Investors on October 9, 2018

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