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This is the first quarterly update to Segal Rogerscasey’s 2015 Investment Outlook, which summarized the firm’s outlook for the world’s economies and...

During the first quarter of 2015 (Q1 2015), the funded status of the model pension plan examined in each issue of Prism decreased by 2 percentage...

Now that 2014 investment returns are in the books for most asset classes, Segal Rogerscasey has prepared a scorecard to assess how predictions made in...

The dramatic drop in the price of crude oil has dominated headlines for the past several months. Even if one does not watch the news regularly, this...

Events

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New York (3/9/15) — Given the magnitude of many organizations’ investment in their defined contribution (DC) plans, it is surprising ho…

New York (9/3/14) — John DeMairo, President & CEO of Segal Rogerscasey, announced that William E. Mitchner has joined the firm’s Cl…

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Cheap Oil To Keep The U.S. Economic Gears Running Smoothly

As market observers were finalizing their wagers on when in 2015 the U.S. Federal Reserve would begin the process of raising short-term rates, another major unknown dropped onto our collective laps—what impact will the sudden and dramatic fall of oil prices have upon global growth prospects? While this topic is the subject of much debate, it seems universally agreed that there will be some countries and companies that will benefit at the expense of others. Countries that buy more oil than they sell should see some GDP windfall and companies that need to buy oil to manufacture or service are likely to have lowered costs and some upward push to profits.