PGIM Fixed Income offers institutional investors needs-based solutions across the fixed income markets, with a focus on credit strategies and liability-driven investing. We manage $681 billion in assets (as of September 30, 2016) with portfolio management and research teams located in Newark, NJ (U.S.), and in our affiliated offices in London, Tokyo, and Singapore.

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Revisiting the Global Credit Cycle

The new, pro-growth U.S. administration and rising global political risks could affect the current credit cycle in several ways, including an acceleration due to changes in regulatory and tax policies and an elevation in tail risks that requires heightened monitoring.

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Michael Collins Discusses His New White Paper on the Changes to the Global Credit Cycle

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Robert Tipp Joins Bloomberg TV to Discuss Treasury Market Volatility and the Impact of Monetary Policy on Global Rates.

Michael Collins Joins CNBC to Discuss How the Trump Presidency May Affect the Markets

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Recent Thought Leadership

First Quarter Market Outlook

While political developments in the U.S. are front-and-center as the year begins, too narrow a focus could discount the ongoing challenges with China’s economic transition, the political headwinds that may further impede structural reforms in Europe, and—certainly not to be overlooked—the market opportunities that may lie ahead for fixed income investors. (January, 2017)

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Key Fault Lines in the Global Earthquake Zone

In the past two decades, failures in two major systemic areas of the developed market economies–macroeconomic and policy–have created a third major fault line–political risk. By itself, each area carries the potential to create financial volatility, but they tend to be far more potent when they act together. These three ground faults are the key to our most serious future financial risks.  (September 2016)

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