• The road to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: Primaries put focus back on elections

    The second in a series about the presidential election. The first report in this series was published in January.

  • A year within a day for fixed income markets

    Financial markets are not broken.

  • Podcast: Coronavirus’ impact on equity and fixed income markets

    Janney's analysts discuss the global pandemic's impact on the economy.

  • Podcast: Coronavirus’ impact on equity and fixed income markets

    Janney's analysts discuss the global pandemic's impact on the economy.

  • Control what you can control

    A noted psychologist and professor at Princeton University, Daniel Kahneman, talked of having a “well-calibrated sense of your future regret.”

  • Frenzied trading continues

    The equity market yesterday began with pre-opening futures down the limit, as circuit breakers were implemented at the opening, which required a 15- minute trading halt.

  • Coronavirus market volatility update

    In lieu of our usual Weekly Bulletin, we are publishing this special report to discuss the market reaction to evolving news on the coronavirus outbreak. We would stress the following points.

  • Stressed out

    Numerous press headlines compared the infamous October 19, 1987, market crash with the March 12, 2020, drop of 2,352.60 in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (9.99%) and the 9.51% drop in the S&P 500. The stories were factually accurate by pointing out that the March 12 drop was the largest since “Black Monday” 1987, but they largely failed to consider what happened afterwards.

  • Forget the bazooka: Fed pulls out a nuke

    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, in the early phases of the financial crisis, described the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) as a policy “bazooka” that the Treasury Department wanted just in case.

  • Fixed income market dysfunction

    Market conditions are evolving rapidly, but we will try to unpack some of the factors involved.

  • The death of equities redux

    Events over many years have arisen that appeared to threaten what had been an inexorable rise in the U.S. stock market. Selling stocks on fear of these events typically proved to be a major mistake.

  • Opportunity on the horizon

    Analyst Greg Drahuschak explains that despite recent market turmoil, the equity market is at a level that offers significant opportunities.

  • Out of energy

    Oil markets are once again facing a price collapse—not unlike the swan dive seen when OPEC’s market-share war took prices from more than $110/barrel in mid-2014 to $26/barrel by early 2016.

  • We continue to expect a temporary impact from the coronavirus outbreak

    Stock market volatility continued last week while Treasury bond yields reached all-time lows.

  • Panic buying in U.S. Treasury markets

    U.S. Treasuries and other high-grade, longer-duration fixed income assets have seen an unprecedented wave of panic buying.

  • 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.

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