While 2018 should finish on a high note, 2019 may provide many challenges, including the fading of fiscal stimulus, peak earnings and intensified scrutiny of the yield curve as concerns mount over the strength of the expansion.
More than seven months after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, many Americans are wondering if corporations will use their newfound capital to offer workers higher wages, enhanced benefits, and additional job opportunities.
Prudential Financial Inc. recently issued its third American Workers Survey, revealing that the workforce’s overall financial security is significantly affected by both current financial stress and apprehension about their future retirement conditions.
Prudential’s chief market strategist, Quincy Krosby, offered her insight on regime change at the Federal Reserve and the monetary policy’s market impact at the Fed in her Q2 2018 “Regime Change” market commentary.
A recent American Workers Survey by Morning Consult for Prudential Financial has revealed that about 80 percent of American workers expect most of their financial security to come from their employers.
Three major firms — Nationwide, J.P. Morgan and Annexus — shared the spotlight recently in Des Moines, Iowa’s SRP Americas Indexed Insurance Forum 2017, celebrating joint status as “Deal of the Year” recipients at the annual event.