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This recession is the result of a shock, not the natural end result of a slow build-up of excesses. This may mean the recession and bear market could be deeper, but also that the duration may be shorter.
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We all know what is driving the market selloff, COVID-19, but who is doing the selling?
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Stocks have plummeted this month as investors struggled to assess what impact the COVID-19 coronavirus may have on the economy.
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We answer key questions about the coronavirus impact on the economy, markets and what investors should do.
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Dire predictions may have driven commodity prices to over-react to the downside; and now they may be poised to partially rebound.
Jeffrey Kleintop discusses the potential for global economic growth to reaccelerate, and how it could lead international stocks to outperform for the first time in a number of years.
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The receding risks posed by Brexit and the trade wars should provide a tailwind to Europe’s economy.
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Top Ten Global Risks For Investors In 2020
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Jeffrey Kleintop’s full 2020 outlook for global stocks and the economy.
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Unless global growth reaccelerates, international stocks may remain stuck within the volatile ranges seen during the past two years.
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