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Neil Dwane

The Tide Goes Out for Risk Assets  


The rising global tide that supported equities and other risk assets over the past year is going out, Neil Dwane tells Bloomberg, and generating returns going forward will become more tricky.

Neil Dwane

2017 Outlook: Focus Shifts to Fiscal Policy & Populist Politics


As the markets close the books on another tumultuous year, investors should keep watch on the rise of populist politics, China's re-emergence as a global growth engine and a renewed focus on government spending as interest rates remain low.

Mapping Your Road to Retirement: Dynamic Target-Date Strategies 101  


Our brief educational video puts you in the driver's seat when it comes to retirement saving by showing you how AllianzGI Dynamic Target-Date Strategies do the hard work of investing for you, making them helpful options for retirement savings plans.

Neil Dwane

Are Central Bankers Bluffing?  


The ECB, BOJ and Fed all want to tighten, but lack clear and compelling reasons to do so. Neil Dwane talks to CNBC's Squawk Box about what central bankers and investors are up against.

Karen Hiatt

Picking Stocks in a Low-Growth Economy  


Karen Hiatt, Co-CIO and Senior Portfolio Manager for our US Large Cap Growth Equities team, talks about how active investing and astute stock selection can outperform in a slow economy.

Neil Dwane

Geopolitical Risks Continue to Bedevil Investors  


Looking toward the summer after a volatile start to the year, Neil Dwane says investors will keep being buffeted by political and geopolitical risks. In particular, tensions will be high in the Middle East, China, Japan, US, Spain, Ireland and the UK.

Neil Dwane

Fighting Financial Repression With Risk Assets  


With growth, inflation and returns low, expect more financial repression in the second half, says Neil Dwane. Risk assets worth a look include growth and small-cap stocks for capital appreciation, and high yield and European dividend-payers for income.

Andreas Utermann

Negative Rates—What Comes Next?  


Global CIO Andreas Utermann tells Bloomberg that central banks are running out of policy options as QE, zero rates and now negative rates all fail to spur growth.

The Pros and Cons of Risk  


They say there are two sides to every story. The same is true for risk. Watch our new video and discover how Allianz Global Investors can help you see risk differently. It's not just a challenge—it can also be an opportunity.

Walter Price

Tech's Transformative Effect  


Portfolio Manager Walter Price discusses how recent high-tech innovations—including social media, mobile connectivity and the shift to cloud computing—are changing the way we live and do business.

Walter Price

What's Next for Tech?  


Portfolio Manager Walter Price puts the concern over stretched tech-stock valuations in perspective: With lower prices, improving profits and higher earnings on the horizon, tech stocks could be set for a rebound.

A Team of Contrarians Who Value Dividends  


NFJ has a long tradition of buying stocks that are out of favor and using dividends to spot high-quality companies with strong balance sheets and to generate income. Portfolio managers Ben Fischer and Burns McKinney explain NFJ’s philosophy and process.

Andreas Utermann

Less Globalization Means More Volatility  

Post-election, Investors face the prospect of a global economy retreating from globalization. As geopolitical events play out, Andreas Utermann, CEO and Global CIO tells Bloomberg there will be plenty of volatility—as well as opportunity.


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