Rick explains why there's a good chance U.S. growth will pick up from 2016.
Investors have been bidding up stocks in anticipation of policy shifts by the new administration. Russ discusses the policy that matters most to investors.
Stock markets have been very quiet lately, but as we get ready to enter 2017, things may change. Here's why.
Russ discusses four reasons why the rebound in inflation is likely to continue.
With the Federal Reserve back in the spotlight, Rick Rieder discusses what investors should be focused on in 2017.
Stocks have been helped by low rates and inflation. Russ suggests that may be changing.
Rick Rieder makes the case for a policy that is bolder than what the ECB had announced last week.
Russ describes what has driven the small cap rally, and explains why its days may be numbered.
Russ explains why the post-election selloff in bonds may be a longer-term, not temporary, phenomenon.
Bonds sold off after Donald Trump's surprise election win. What could the election results mean for bond markets over the long term? Rick Rieder weighs in.