The Future of Monetary Policy

We’ve been in a prolonged period of low interest rates. Even with potential rate increases from the Federal Reserve on the horizon, these historically low rates don’t appear to be ending any time soon. How have specific asset classes performed in this low-rate environment and what could it mean going forward? We asked experts from across the boutiques of Principal Global Investors what the impact could be on specific asset classes and the broader economy. Watch as they discuss these questions and more in our latest video.

 

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