• Bank & Thrift Newsletter

    1. Bank, Thrift & MHC Summary Valuation, 2. Recent Bank M&A Transactions, 3. Relevant Janney Capital Markets Professionals

  • Investment Perspectives: Economic impact of coronavirus

    Coronavirus concerns and election uncertainty caused waves in the economy and financial markets.

  • Investment insights from Super Tuesday

    Markets responded positively to Joe Biden’s big night on Super Tuesday, as he won most of the contests.

  • High yield bonds: Value compelling but worst might not be over yet

    Janney’s Investment Strategy Group has maintained a negative disposition for the high yield corporate bond markets for some time now.

  • Coronavirus market volatility update and investment implications

    The coronavirus (COVID-19) has now spread to the U.S. and other parts of the world after China’s severe measures to contain it failed.

  • Inter-meeting interest rate cut

    The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) announced an emergency inter-meeting interest rate cut, the first such action since the early phases of the global financial crisis.

  • Significant economic stimulus should support growth once Coronavirus subsides

    Stocks saw the worst weekly drop since 2008 last week, driven by the Chinese economic disruption and global uncertainty caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

  • RISK: Finding the right fit

    Risk typically is defined as the exposure to the possibility of loss or injury, but risk means different things to different people.

  • Delayed not derailed

    In our outlook for 2020, we postulated a pro-growth, pro-cyclical stance was warranted, given the underlying strength of the U.S. economy and the burgeoning signs of a rebound in growth abroad that would provide a favorable setting for risk assets.

  • We expect global economic activity to rebound once Coronavirus subsides

    Market volatility has increased with the incoming economic data showing a significant disruption from the coronavirus outbreak, especially in China.

  • Bank & Thrift Newsletter

    1. Bank, Thrift & MHC Summary Valuation, 2. Recent Bank M&A Transactions, 3. Relevant Janney Capital Markets Professionals

  • Top 10 trends in community banks

    Janney’s Financial Institutions Group (FIG) hosted nearly 100 public and private banks nationwide at the 25th West Coast Bank CEO Forum on January 29–30 in Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Too much of a good thing - or is it just normal?

    The cliché that a rising tide lifts all ships points out that in a bull market most stocks move up. Multiple times in the past 40 years, however, the market tide allowed some stocks to rise much more than others.

  • The role of fixed income in a diversified portfolio

    Fixed income assets can provide crucial benefits to investment portfolios. While income generation is important, holding bonds also helps reduce overall portfolio risk and opens up opportunities for reallocation if equity markets falter.

  • Despite near-term Coronavirus uncertainty, stocks anticipate global improvement

    Stocks moved to fresh all-time highs last week, supported by positive earnings and signs of stabilization in the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

  • Shifting tides: The only constant is change

    In order of importance, the direction of the overall market, sector selection, and individual stock choices determine equity market portfolio returns.

  • Another Goldilocks labor market report suggests a longer economic expansion

    Stocks reached record highs last week, reflecting healthy fundamentals and looking through the near-term impact of the coronavirus outbreak.

  • Bank & Thrift Newsletter

    1. Bank, Thrift & MHC Summary Valuation, 2. Recent Bank M&A Transactions, 3. Relevant Janney Capital Markets Professionals

  • Positive monetary impulse, issues facing fixed income, and the stock detour

    Financial markets take their cue from dovish guidance, strong muni performance, and the election's impact on the market are included in this month's Investment Perspectives.

  • Investors urged to stay the course

    The Wall Street adage, "stocks take the escalator up and an elevator down," pertains to the market tendency to rally along a shallower glide path than it does when some unwelcome news hits the tape and it typically turns into a swift selloff.

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