Prudential 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 $534 billion in assets (as of September 30, 2014) with portfolio management and research teams located in Newark, NJ (U.S.), and in our affiliated offices in London and Singapore. Learn More

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Quantitative Easing

Policy makers typically suggest QE is primarily aimed at strengthening domestic demand. The evidence, however, is mixed and instead the impact of QE on exchange rates seems by far more pronounced.

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Core Conservative Strategy

A quintessential “no surprises” strategy, this lower-risk Core Fixed Income Strategy has been managed by the same portfolio manager since inception.

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Long Duration Corporate Strategy

This strategy offers a time-tested approach to long duration management from a firm with decades of experience solving liability problems.

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Long Government/Credit Strategy

This strategy offers a basic way for plans to extend duration, emphasizing high-quality spread sectors over lower-yielding Government sectors, prioritizing bottom-up, research-based security selection.

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Fourth Quarter 2014 Market Outlook

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Recent Thought Leadership

Europe: Into the Void

Over the last 12 months, core European government bond yields tumbled from over 2% to below 1%, while European peripheral yields declined by even more. This brief paper provides some perspective on these watershed shifts in valuation, their probable causes, as well as what's likely to come next. (October 2014)

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Central Bank FX Reserve Adequacy

Building on an earlier paper, Odenius and Rajan apply key metrics to assess the adequacy of FX reserves across a large and investable universe of emerging markets and devise stress tests to simulate three distinct shocks and their impact on FX reserves. (October 2014)

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