International Equity

February 15, 2018

France And Macron: A New Leader For Europe

In early 2017, global investors were concerned about the potential for a populist backlash by voters in France and how it might affect Europe and the rest of the international economy. However, Martin Schulz, J.D., managing director, International Equity, believes that France, for the first time in a generation, now stands at the cusp of leading Europe.

November 01, 2017

Two Million Miles and Counting: Martin Schulz Reflects on 20 Years of International Investing

PNC International Equity Fund passed the 20-year milestone this year. Martin Schulz, the Fund’s managing director, discusses how the international investing arena has changed over the years and what opportunities may lie ahead.  

May 26, 2017

Eastern Europe: Reemerging as a Viable Competitor in Europe

Since Eastern Europe transitioned from communism to democracy and capitalism, the region has become increasingly integrated into the global economy.

April 04, 2017

India on the Rise: The South Asian Nation Overtakes China as Growth Leader

For the last quarter century, China has been the main story within the emerging-market paradigm. But India may be poised to take its place. 

January 19, 2017

Italy and the European Union: What's Next After the Referendum?

While its recent referendum was specifically not a vote on the euro, the real risk is still on Italy in 2017. While Italy benefits greatly from being in the EU, its inability to manage its own currency and engage in lasting reforms are hindrances.

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