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What You Need to Know About Falling Oil Prices

December 15, 2014 Kristina Hooper explains the recent drop in the price of oil and how it impacts GDP growth and capex in developed and emerging-market economies.

What the Jobs Report Means for Rate-Hike Debate

December 5, 2014 Our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team breaks down the November employment data, key takeaways for investors and implications for monetary policy.

A World In Search of Growth

November 25, 2014 Don't expect a rising GDP tide to lift all stocks, says CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane. With a troublesome convergence of global events creating headwinds, investors need to be selective and look for companies offering superior opportunities.

Are Annuities a Good Fit for Target-Date Funds?

November 20, 2014 New regulatory guidance allowing plan sponsors to include annuities in QDIA-ready target-date funds is a watershed moment for the retirement industry. But cost and complexity may warrant a look at other reliable income options, writes Glenn Dial.

Post-Election Bounce in Store After 2011 Flashback?

November 13, 2014 More volatility is ahead, says CIO Equity US Scott Migliori, but investors could also find buying opportunities as we enter a period that has historically boosted US equity markets – especially small caps.

With QE Over, Fed Shows Confidence in Economy

October 29, 2014 Our US Capital Markets Research & Strategy team breaks down the latest FOMC announcement and its key takeaways for investors.

Europe Is Ripe for Stock-Pickers

October 28, 2014 CIO Equity Europe Neil Dwane says not all European stocks should be equally undervalued, unloved and under-owned. Take a look at high-quality dividend-payers and you’ll find well-run companies that know how to navigate an austere economic environment.

The New 'Alphabet' of Investing

October 7, 2014 Global CIO Andreas Utermann rounds up the highlights of our most recent Investment Forum in Frankfurt: With the stage set for lower market returns, generating alpha through active management will be essential for capturing outperformance opportunities.

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Proposed Plan for Distribution Available for Public Comment 
On September 13, 2004, as part of a settlement, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) entered an Order against PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC relating to allegations of market timing relating to four funds (Multi-Manager Series: Growth Fund, Opportunity Fund, Target Fund and Innovation Fund). PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC neither admitted nor denied any of the Commission’s findings in the Order. Pursuant to the Order, an Independent Distribution Consultant (“IDC”) was engaged to develop a plan for the distribution to investors of a share of monies paid by PA Fund Management LLC, PEA Capital LLC and PA Distributors LLC pursuant to the settlement (the “Proposed Plan for Distribution”). On October 7, 2010, the Proposed Plan for Distribution was posted by the Commission for public comment and is available for viewing on the Commission website as well as at the following website managed by Rust Consulting, Inc, the proposed administrator for the distribution,

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