President Xi Jinping’s “common prosperity” campaign to address China's wealth gap has converged with the regulatory crackdowns.
October 21, 2021
2020 rankings in Barron's Best Fund Families
(published February 2021)
#3 out of 44
#14 out of 50
#22 out of 53
Refinitiv Lipper fund awards
Best Fund in the International Large-Cap Value Fund category
(R6 shares/PIGWX among 33 funds over 5 years)
(Y shares/PNGYX among 29 funds over 10 years)
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Headlines you need to know this week — October 19, 2021
Many households lost savings in 2020 While many families focused on saving in 2020, about 20% of households depleted their entire savings, a recent poll found. The survey also found that 30% of households earning less than $50,000 per year spent all of their savings. Many respondents said they used the savings for health, food, and housing expenses. The survey included more than 3,600 adults.
DOL proposes new rule for ESG The Department of Labor (DOL) last week proposed a rule that would allow retirement plan sponsors to consider investments focused on environmental, social, and governance factors (ESG) in their plan offerings. Once the rule is published in the Federal Register, the public has 60 days to submit comments.
Social Security benefits to increase 5.9% The cost-of-living increase for Social Security benefits, or COLA, will be 5.9% for 2022, the Social Security Administration announced last week. This will be the biggest increase since 1982. The COLA is based on Consumer Price Index data for the third quarter. Data showed the CPI was up 5.4% year-over-year in September.
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