Ben Mohr, CFA
Director of Fixed Income
Global markets have come under pressure as the number of coronavirus cases grows. Through January 27th, the S&P 500 is down 3% from its mid-January peak when the U.S.-China phase one trade deal was signed. The 10-year Treasury yield has fallen from 1.85% to 1.61% over this same period, as bond spreads widened and the dollar strengthened.
This newsletter summarizes recent market activity and potential implications of the spread of coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China. For long-term investors, this outbreak is likely nothing but noise; however, future news about the coronavirus could impact markets in the short-term.
This past Saturday, August 8th, President Trump issued several executive actions that serve as an emergency COVID-19 aid package. The…
COVID-19 has caused a slew of bankruptcies across multiple industries as companies struggle to meet their cash needs. Re-openings might…
The second quarter of 2020 proved to be as eventful as the first, with slow economic results being largely ignored…
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