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T. Rowe Price (TROW) is benefiting from organic growth on the back of solid AUM balance and enhancing investment capabilities. This makes the stock a solid dividend-yielding pick for investors amid recession fears.
Stubborn inflation well above the Federal Reserve's 2% target, elevated interest rates, and slowing economic activity are all warning signs of a potential recession in 2023. With a potential recession on the way, investors often adjust their portfolio strategies to prepare. When done right, dividend growth investing has proven itself to be a durable strategy no matter the economic environment.
Capital Group predicts $1tn will flow into debt markets in next few years as investors move to lock in higher yields
The asset manager's share price is down 50% from its 2021 high, and it has an incredible record of dividend hikes.
T. Rowe Price's (TROW) April AUM increases 1% to $1.35 trillion on the back of favorable market conditions.
The collapse of SVB Financial's Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and most recently First Republic has left investors uneasy about financial stocks. The Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund is down nearly 9% since March, but that doesn't mean you should ignore all financial stocks because of this. Two blue-chip asset managers that should be on your radar are BlackRock (NYSE: BLK) and T. Rowe Price (NASDAQ: TROW).
Despite a decline in net revenues, T. Rowe Price's (TROW) Q1 earnings beat estimates. Appreciation in cash and cash equivalent will help the company to continue investing.
As you would expect, these events have also weighed on T. Rowe Price Group's (NASDAQ: TROW) financial results and stock performance during that time. In the asset management industry, reputation is everything. Considering that institutional and retail investors are entrusting asset managers with huge sums of money and their life savings, this makes perfect sense.
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Owing to net outflows, T. Rowe Price (TROW) is not expected to have recorded an impressive investment management business performance in the first quarter of 2023.
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This S&P 500 asset manager's yield is historically high and it has no debt on its balance sheet. The dividend looks secure.
This financial giant has no debt, a 37-year-long streak of annual dividend hikes, and a historically high yield.
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T. Rowe's (TROW) acquisition of Retiree will provide personalized retirement income solutions and services.
T. Rowe Price's organic growth efforts will support financials, while strong liquidity will support capital deployment plans. Yet, rising costs and overdependence on investment advisory fees are woes.
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T. Rowe Price (TROW) closed the most recent trading day at $106.66, moving +0.08% from the previous trading session.
T. Rowe Price's (TROW) February AUM witnesses a decline of 2.6% to $1.31 trillion due to a challenging operating backdrop.
The asset manager is navigating a difficult business environment, but there are still reasons to like the stock.
T. Rowe Price (TROW) closed at $114.59 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.97% move from the prior day.
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T. Rowe Price (TROW) witnesses an improvement in January AUM on the back of favorable market performance.