The de-risking trend has seen equities cut in half since 2008, to around 30% of assets, and Milliman thinks that’s where it will stay.
Historically, bad news and painful slumps like today’s inspire blah predictions. Funny thing how wrong they’ve been.
Many U.S. and other nations’ companies are thinking about transferring elsewhere. Easier said than done. Investors could be collateral damage.
The American semiconductor industry ceded the lead to Asian rivals long ago, and now it is scrambling to catch up.
As the contraction of once-popular shopping centers continues, it’s the lower-end ones that get ejected.
Market conditions could push some plan sponsors to consider risk transfers sooner, but funded status remains a key concern.
Deals are expected to fall far short of 2021’s record-breaking level.
While the armadas of container ships waiting for berths have shrunk, other problems lurk for cargo transport.
Governor Ron DeSantis and other GOP pols seek to stamp out sustainability-minded investing, charging that it delivers poor results.
Some growth stocks are now in the bargain category. Hare, welcome to tortoise-hood.