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In order to help try to make sense of it all, let’s take a look at where the stock market makes sense right now and where it doesn’t.
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A second wave of global COVID-19 is getting a lot of media attention, but the appearance of a global second wave of cases is primarily driven by the different timing of first waves across countries—rather than second waves within countries.
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Why did stocks rise over the past month despite grim economic news? The Federal Reserve’s massive liquidity injection is one reason.
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In our 2020 Global Market Outlook, we cited many indicators pointing to heightened risk of a recession; now we highlight increasing signs of a recovery from one.
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Cyclicals typically lead the market higher when stocks rebound from a bear market and recession—but not this time.
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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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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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