The T. Rowe Price Conversations audio podcast series brings you timely discussions and insights from our investment team on the economy and financial markets. Listen to one-on-one conversations with our experts who share their latest thinking and put this knowledge to work for you.
Several structural factors for international markets are likely to remain supportive, but these developments are already priced into markets and valuations generally remain above average. Investors should expect more volatility in 2018.
Technology innovation is driving an accelerated rate of change, and the biggest winners have catapulted to unprecedented value. These trends are likely to continue, providing many attractive opportunities for investors.
With the Federal Reserve normalizing U.S. interest rates, active management and global diversification are becoming more important for fixed income investors, says Chris Dillon, a T. Rowe Price global fixed income portfolio specialist.
Larry Puglia, U.S. equity portfolio manager, discusses how the fundamental environment for equity investing could remain favorable, but uncertainty over President Donald J. Trump's policies poses risks.
Gonzalo Pángaro, emerging markets equity portfolio manager, discusses how rising U.S. interest rates are a headwind for emerging markets, but investors may do well if rates rise at a gradual pace and inflation remains moderate.