The K@W Network:
Encouraging news on a COVID-19 vaccine, a good election outcome and strong liquidity are positive signs for the year ahead, says Wharton’s Jeremy Siegel.
New research by experts at Wharton and elsewhere provides a theoretical framework for how ESG (environmental, social and governance) investing affects stock prices and corporate behavior.
A lead-lag pattern between home sales volumes and prices is delaying a day of reckoning for homeowners in Florida's coastal communities, a Wharton study warns.
The challenges faced by Black entrepreneurs looking for investors was the topic of the first session in Wharton’s new Beyond Business lecture series, hosted by Dean Erika James.
Retail sales will see modest growth over a holiday season marked by the uneven spending habits of consumers affected by the pandemic, according to experts.
A new machine-learning model can predict how the prices of stocks will behave based on whether or not analyst forecasts are too optimistic or too pessimistic, says Wharton’s Jules H.[…]
New research by Wharton’s Sasha Indarte suggests that people file for bankruptcy not because of what they gain in debt relief, but because they lack cash on hand.
Lower returns on investments could mean that retirees save less, dip into retirement funds, or collect Social Security benefits earlier than planned, says Wharton’s Olivia S. Mitchell.
Executives use insider trading profits to offset tax rate changes, at the expense of minority shareholders, according to new research.
Wharton’s Todd Sinai discusses the investment risks and opportunities in commercial real estate that have emerged as a result of the global pandemic.