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 $550 billion in assets (as of June 30, 2015) with portfolio management and research teams located in Newark, NJ (U.S.), and in our affiliated offices in London, Tokyo, and Singapore. Learn More

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Emerging Markets Debt With the Fed in Play

There are still many unknowns surrounding the timing and magnitude of the next U.S. Federal Reserve rate hiking cycle and its potential impact on emerging markets (EM) debt. In this paper, Matthew Duda, Portfolio Specialist, discusses why he believes the emerging markets debt markets are prepared for a Fed liftoff and could perform relatively well amid a hiking cycle.   Download the PDF

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Third Quarter 2015 Market Outlook

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The Art and Science of CLO Analysis

As a nuanced asset class, successful CLO investing requires strength in both quantitative structured credit and traditional corporate credit analysis—two disparate competencies not typically found in most investors. CLO tranche analysis, therefore, comprises a blend of art and science. This paper describes both the qualitative and quantitative steps that shape Prudential Fixed Income's investment process for CLO tranches. (September 2015)

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Five Over Five

Most financial forecasts tend to have short term horizons—and with good reason—the idea of a five-year outlook covering major themes likely to drive global markets can appear ambitious. Yet the fact remains that many institutional investors have longer time horizons. This paper covers five major global macroeconomic themes with clear views on how they are likely to drive markets for the next half decade. (June 2015)

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