With financial markets looking expensive, future returns likely to moderate and volatility set to rise, should investors look to active managers to source some of their returns, blended with index vehicles? Russ Koesterich and Kurt Reiman discuss the role active can play in the current environment.
Investors feeling trepidatious over global economic growth are again turning to central banks for direction and support. What does that mean for your investments? See what Russ Koesterich and his Investment Strategy Group have to say.
Markets have historically shrugged off such risks. Russ Koesterich explains why you should focus first on fundamentals when investing.
Separate cyclical from structural factors when looking at the U.S. labor market. Global Chief Investment Strategist Russ Koesterich explains.
With U.S. equities hovering near fair value, earnings growth is needed to move stock prices higher. Russ Koesterich explains.
BlackRock Global Chief Investment Strategist Russ Koesterich says now may be a good time to give unconstrained strategies a look.
It's been more than six years since the Federal Reserve last touched its target short-term rate. Finally, the time has come. But we believe the bigger picture is worthy of equal, if not greater, consideration.
Demographics and deleveraging are keeping a lid on consumer spending. Russ Koesterich explains.
Russ Koesterich sees challenged growth and persistent volatility ahead.
Assuming the global economy continues to expand, the recent selloff in global markets has returned some value to financial assets.