The current and unprecedented macro shock prompted a marked deterioration in both market sentiment and growth asset valuations. However, we are now seeing increasing signs of stabilization across each of these three dimensions
Italy: impacted by the health crisis and its economic consequences, resulting in a significant structural increase in debt and annual gross financing needs.
The green industrialized precious metals – platinum and palladium have started 2020 on a weak footing owing to the spread of the COVID–19 pandemic globally.
While yields on equities and government bonds decline, the potential for attractive income returns from corporate bonds has increased significantly.
The unprecedented collapse in both supply and demand has exposed a multi-decade trend that favored shareholders and short-term term profits at the expense of long-term business resiliency.
The healthcare sector has been a reliable safe haven during even the most challenging markets. But the novel coronavirus panic is raising questions about its resilience. By looking beyond the pandemic at changes sweeping the industry, investors can find defensive healthcare stocks that offer long-term growth prospects, too.