• Manufacturing survey suggests synchronized global expansion

    Stocks rose again last week, supported by better-than-expected earnings and improving global economic conditions.

  • Diffusion indexes and turning points

    Equity Market Strategist Greg Drahuschak discusses the breadth of job losses and gains, some economic barometers, and unique features of the situation in 2020.

  • Investment themes for the next decade

    Ten major investment themes for the next decade and their economic impact by sector

  • FOMC Commentary: Fed holds rates near zero

    The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee followed up three consecutive rate cuts at their July, September, and October meetings with a pause in December.

  • Developments support global economic recovery narrative

    Improving business surveys, progress with the U.S. fiscal stimulus package, and EU deal on crisis relief suggest we are now in the early stages of a recovery.

  • Wall Street's path to the U.S. presidential election

    The July 14, 2020, Investment Strategy Group report, “The Home Stretch,” delved into past elections and the eventual composition of the legislative and executive branches of federal government and how they related to the stock market.

  • Podcast: The Impact of inflation on bond returns and equity market valuations

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

  • What does the potential for delisting mean for my Chinese stocks?

    The relationship between the U.S. and China has been deteriorating for several years as exemplified by the trade war and fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Coronavirus market volatility update

    In lieu of our usual Weekly Bulletin, we are publishing special reports to discuss the market reaction to evolving news on the coronavirus outbreak. We would stress the following observations as developments continue to unfold.

  • Podcast: European Central Bank programs and U.S. economic news

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

  • The home stretch

    In less than a month, Democrats and Republicans will convene their quadrennial national conventions (Democrats, August 17-20 and Republicans, August 24-27) to formalize their presidential and vice-presidential nominees.

  • Coronavirus market volatility update

    In lieu of our usual Weekly Bulletin, we are publishing special reports to discuss the market reaction to evolving news on the coronavirus outbreak. We would stress the following observations as developments continue to unfold.

  • Investment Perspectives: Tech sector behavior, the importance of the Euro, and stocks in July

    Our strategists discuss the tech sector, impact of U.S. interest rates, and what lies ahead in July.

  • Podcast: Federal Reserve influence and equity market outlook

    Janney's analysts discuss the economy and economic trends for the months ahead.

  • Coronavirus market volatility update

    In lieu of our usual Weekly Bulletin, we are publishing special reports to discuss the market reaction to evolving news on the coronavirus outbreak. We would stress the following observations as developments continue to unfold.

  • Podcast: Fixed income and equity markets Mid-Year Outlook

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

  • Coronavirus market volatility update

    In lieu of our usual Weekly Bulletin, we are publishing special reports to discuss the market reaction to evolving news on the coronavirus outbreak. We would stress the following observations as developments continue to unfold.

  • Podcast: Economic recovery update and the relationship between equities and credit spreads

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

  • Measuring the market

    As long ago as 135 years ago, investors sought an effective way to measure the equity market. The initial efforts by Charles Dow and Edward Jones followed 72 years later by Standard & Poor’s began the debate as to which measure more accurately reflects the market.

  • Midyear Outlook 2020

    What had started as a promising year for growth both here and abroad, turned upside down as the coronavirus outbreak suffocated economic activity in its wake.

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