The Roundtable forecasted the U.S. economy will grow 2.1% in 2017. The current outlook is slightly weaker than at end-year 2016, with business spending and U.S. fiscal policy key factors.
Long-term issuance jumped 13.1% year-over-year to $1.90 trillion, per SIFMA’s Research Quarterly. The increase was driven by growth across all asset classes except municipal debt.
Who accesses the capital markets in your state? View and download data from SIFMA’s new interactive database, including top municipal, corporate and equity issuers, securities industry employment and more.
The securities industry raised $2.3 trillion of capital for businesses in 2015 through debt and equity issuance activity in the U.S. Find more facts from dozens of sources in this indispensable annual reference.
SIFMA Reports and Papers include regular outlooks and forecasts, research quarterlies,
and essential industry factbooks and yearbooks.
Vital statistics pertaining to financial markets and the general economy.
SIFMA conducts surveys on retail business activity, human resources management and
The Municipal Swap Index is a 7-day high-grade market index comprised of tax-exempt Variable Rate Demand Obligations (VRDOs) with certain characteristics.
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Monthly analysis of critical issues affecting the financial services industry.
Research, commentary and analysis on industry issues, published by SIFMA’s member
firms, the leading experts in the industry.
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October 3-4, 2017
SIFMA Conference Center, New York, NY
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View and download data from SIFMA’s interactive database, including top municipal, corporate and equity issuers, securities industry employment and more.
From in-school visits to field trip hosting, financial professionals nationwide are committing their time and talent to Invest It Forward.
Learn about the work of more than 10,000 professionals from our 500 member firms who participate in 100 committees and countless working groups to advocate in support of effective and resilient capital markets.