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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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Schwab experts share their perspectives on how the legislation may affect individuals and markets.
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IG bonds may make sense for income-oriented investors with long investing horizons, including people near or in retirement.
The U.S. quickly injects massive stimulus into the economy. Will it be enough to keep companies and individuals afloat?
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The recent volatility in the bond market has been unprecedented.
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Given current higher yields, we’ve updated our view on high-yield bonds.
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The Federal Reserve is reluctant to cut its policy rate below zero, but markets could drive Treasury yields negative anyway.
The Fed and Congress are moving at breakneck speed to address market and economic uncertainty and to provide relief for businesses and individuals. How far are they prepared to go, and how will it impact investors?
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Year-to-date total returns drop amid concerns about market liquidity and municipal finances.
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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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