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    June 29, 2020
    "The big question investors are asking themselves" is how is much this spike in COVID-19-related cases "going to derail the potential V-shaped recovery or economic re-opening story," said Matt Orton, CFA, Director and Portfolio Specialist at Carillon Tower Advisers. But from state to state, there are good signs, too. — Click here to watch Orton's appearance on Yahoo Finance (Matt Orton is not a portfolio manager and does not make buy and sell decisions. Any securities mentioned are not recommendations.)
    June 5, 2020
    There remains a sizable gap between growth and value stocks, and the growthier parts of the market benefit from the current environment, said Matt Orton, CFA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist for Carillon Tower Advisers in discussing market reaction to the jobs report in The Street article “Stocks Surge on Jobs Report: What Wall Street’s Saying,” by Jacob Sonenshine. — Click here to read the article.
    May 13, 2020
    The greatest challenge for asset managers may not even be how they perform during the pandemic, says Cooper Abbott, CFA, CAIA, CFE, Chairman and President of Carillon Tower Advisers. It will be how well-positioned they are for a "next normal" future. — Click here to read Abbott’s full commentary in Pensions & Investments.
    April 15, 2020
    How promising is the new oil deal? Matt Orton, CFA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist at Carillon Tower Advisers, discusses why oil bulls may be experiencing some disappointment. — Click here to read the Bloomberg story “Oil Bulls Keep Piling Into Beaten-Down ETFs on Hopes for Rebound”.
    April 7, 2020
    Federal intervention has helped the debt markets, but investors should still be cautious of risk markets, said James Camp, Managing Director of Fixed and Strategic Income at Eagle Asset Management. — Click here to watch Camp’s appearance on Bloomberg TV.
    April 6, 2020
    The worst of the extreme volatility in the market is likely behind us, says Matt Orton, CFA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist at Carillon Tower Advisers. But he warns, “Bottoming is always a process.’’ — Click here to watch Orton’s appearance on Yahoo Finance.
    March 5, 2020
    “If this coronavirus event becomes a rallying call for de-globalization, the inflation bogeyman may show up again.” James Camp, CFA, Managing Director of Fixed and Strategic Income at Eagle Asset Management, discusses with Bloomberg Markets how that could play out. — Click here to watch his appearance starting at 51:40.
    Feb. 26, 2020
    “Uncertainty is the enemy of the markets:” Matt Orton, CFA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist at Carillon Tower Advisers, warns that coronavirus volatility will likely persist. — Click here to watch Orton’s appearance on Yahoo Finance.
    Feb. 26, 2020
    Tech companies may be the hardest hit by a coronavirus correction, says Abe Sheikh, FSA MAAA, CIO of Cougar Global Investments. Meanwhile, volatility is strengthening the case for defensive assets. — Click here to watch Sheikh analyze the opportunities of this moment.
     
    Feb. 20, 2020
    “We think there’s going to be a repricing of credit. Right now, the spread and yield advantage of high grade credit are about as narrow as we’ve ever seen:” James Camp, CFA, Managing Director of Fixed and Strategic Income at Eagle Asset Management, discusses the quest for yield with CNBC.com. — Click here to read the article.
     
    Feb. 10, 2020
    “Why the bond market looks so worried about the coronavirus outbreak.” James Camp, CFA, Managing Director of Fixed Income and Strategic Income at Eagle Asset Management, discusses the potential effect of the outbreak on the bond market and the Federal Reserve in this CNBC interview. — Click here to read the article.
     
    Jan. 10, 2020
    “December jobs report is not as disappointing as it appears:” Matt Orton, CFA, Vice President and Portfolio Specialist at Carillon Tower Advisers explains why the overall picture looks good on CNBC.com. — Click here to read the article.
     
    Dec. 24, 2019
    “Signs do point to a modest increase in rates”: James Camp, CFA, Managing Director of Strategic and Fixed Income at Eagle Asset Management, discusses potential Fed actions in 2020. — Click here to watch his appearance on CNBC.
     
    Oct. 2, 2019
    “We’re not tipping into recession”: James Camp, CFA, Eagle Asset Management’s Managing Director of Fixed and Strategic Income, discusses consumer and corporate confidence plus a 2020 outlook on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.” — Click here to watch his interview.
     
    Sept. 16, 2019
    Taking some risk off the table might be the right move right now in a year where “everything worked,” says James Camp, CFA, Eagle Asset Management’s Managing Director of Fixed and Strategic Income. — Watch him discuss his insights on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
     
    Sept. 12, 2019
    It is an exciting time to be in asset management. Carillon Tower Advisor Chairman and President Cooper Abbott gives his views to ThinkAdvisor on the possibility of recession, the move towards unconstrained fixed income, and the interest in ESG. — Click here to read.
     

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