In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the environment of highly valued equity markets has undergone a sudden shift to a bear market. What are the immediate term and potentially long-term implications on asset allocation?
It is easy to be cautious about the future when COVID-19 is spreading across much of the world, undercutting economic activity. Many governments are working to offset this loss with monetary and fiscal policies.
With unprecedented health concerns and economic uncertainty at the forefront of everyone’s mind, Edward Marshall sat down with Richard Perez, to provide guidance on how to put these events into perspective.
After three false starts, the hibernating bear has come out roaring with the sharpest peak-to-trough decline in global equities on record. Governments, business leaders, and individuals are putting commerce on hold and accepting the cost of a likely recession to curtail the spread of COVID-19.