Carlyle executives share their views and expertise on a range of investment, public policy and economic matters through podcasts, commentaries, policy papers, TV interviews, speeches and presentations.

Economic Outlook
A European Economy Breathing with Both Lungs

In mid-November, EuroStat announced that euro zone GDP expanded at a 2.5% annual rate in Q3-2017 (+0.6% quarter/quarter). As we argue in this Economic Outlook, this is not a blip but a new trend rate of growth.

In mid-November, EuroStat announced that euro zone GDP expanded at a 2.5% annual rate in Q3-2017 (+0.6% quarter/quarter). As we argue in this Economic Outlook, this is not a blip but a…

In mid-November, EuroStat announced that euro zone GDP expanded at a 2.5% annual rate in Q3-2017 (+0.6% quarter/…

SarahSpodcast
We Are Carlyle Featuring Sarah Schwarzschild

Managing Director for Metropolitan Real Estate Sarah Schwarzschild discusses how she came to Carlyle and what OneCarlyle means to her.

Managing Director for Metropolitan Real Estate Sarah Schwarzschild discusses how she came to Carlyle and what OneCarlyle means to her.

Managing Director for Metropolitan Real Estate Sarah Schwarzschild discusses how she came to Carlyle and what…

Jackie Roberts Illuminate
Building Capacity : A Discussion on Carlyle’s 2017 Corporate Citizenship Report

Carlyle's Chief Sustainability Officer Jackie Roberts discusses the firm's 2017 Corporate Citizenship Report, titled "Building Capacity."

Carlyle's Chief Sustainability Officer Jackie Roberts discusses the firm's 2017 Corporate Citizenship Report, titled "Building Capacity."

Carlyle's Chief Sustainability Officer Jackie Roberts discusses the firm's 2017 Corporate Citizenship Report, titled…

Carlyle Comment
Carlyle Comment
The Current Credit Market Outlook

In this edition, Mr. Jenkins discusses the current credit market environment, including how it may be harder to find managers who can provide differentiated performance; the importance of portfolio construction in aiming for the best risk-adjusted returns; and the potential for market dislocations as central banks start to unwind eight years of excess liquidity.

In this edition, Mr. Jenkins discusses the current credit market environment, including how it may be harder to find managers who can provide differentiated performance; the…

In this edition, Mr. Jenkins discusses the current credit market environment, including how it may be…