NYSE Trader Talks Markets, Jobs & His...
NYSE Trader Peter Tuchman shares his personal journey recovering from Coronavirus and says hopes people are extra cautious as states start to reopen their economies. He also warns that dismal economic data could "wake people up."
Emerging Markets Update with Mark Mobius
We catch up with the pioneer of emerging and frontier markets investing, now under lockdown in Durban, to get his thoughts on the economic and social implications of Coronavirus, the impact of a strong dollar on the asset class and whether a 23-stock portfolio really provides enough diversification in volatile times.
ESG: a lockdown must-have or an unnecessary...
The PRI's CEO Fiona Reynolds discusses the challenges Coronavirus throws up for asset managers, asset owners and corporates, and argues an ESG approach is now more important than ever.
Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer on...
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer shares his global outlook, COVID-19 analysis, and advice to investors. He also weighs in on Saudi Arabia, Russia and oil markets.
Anthony Scaramucci: U.S. Headed Toward a...
Former White House Communications Director and SkyBridge Capital Founder Anthony Scaramucci weighs in on the market impact of Coronavirus, fiscal stimulus efforts, and the Fed's monetary policy response. He shares why he thinks markets will ultimately go down 45-55% from the peak, adding that a steep recession could be unavoidable. The good news: he thinks we will have a strong recovery when this...
Effective Communication During COVID-19...
Proactive communication in times of crisis can reinforce trust and confidence in clients, constituencies and stakeholders. April J. Rudin, Founder and President of The Rudin Group, weighs in on managing communication during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finding Opportunity Amid Volatility in Fixed...
TCW Fixed Income Portfolio Manager Bryan Whalen discusses how TCW is managing through and finding opportunities amid current market volatility.
Cumberland Advisors on Coronavirus Volatility
Matt McAleer of Cumberland Advisors describes how panic indicators are going off and Coronavirus is sparking historic market volatility. He also weighs in on the oil price war, dislocations, and how to adjust strategies to clients' needs.
The 3-Pronged Approach to Combatting...
Invesco Chief Global Market Strategist Kristina Hooper says one of the most asked questions from clients right now is: "What is the appropriate policy response?" She describes a three-pronged approach that includes public health, monetary policy, and fiscal stimulus.
NYSE Safety Measures
Safety and health are top of mind, including at the New York Stock Exchange. We take you to the floor and show you some of the measures and precautions people are taking.
Coronavirus Cases Climb Above 200,000...
Coronavirus cases topped 200,000 globally and the Dow has dipped below 20,000 for the first time in more than three years. Meanwhile, central banks and governments are stepping up monetary and fiscal stimulus to try to calm the markets.
COVID-19: Should You Update Your Financial...
Clients are calling nonstop with fears about Coronavirus and their portfolios, says Winnie Sun of Sun Group Wealth Partners. She shares her advice to investors as the pandemic continues to spread.
Market Volatility: The New Norm
US equity averages continue to see wild swings on both sides of the flat line. Uncertainty over the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic saw quadruple-digit moves for the Dow Industrials as the trading week got underway.
The Fed's "Shock and Awe"...
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, calls in to Bloomberg TV to discuss the Federal Reserve’s emergency Sunday night announcement of rate cuts and QE.
Fed Cuts Rates, Restarts QE
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates to near zero and announced measures to combat the economic impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Trump Vows to Back Airlines 100%
Airlines are being hit especially hard, but Trump says he will back the airlines 100%. The President also said that Coronavirus could last as long as August. His briefing at the White House failed to calm markets. Stocks fell even further at the close, having their worst day since the crash of 1987.
Fed March Meeting on Tap
The Federal Reserve may roll out stimulus measures beyond rate cuts and bond purchases. The central bank is attempting to ensure markets keep operating and banks will have liquidity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Analyzing the Coronavirus Market Rout
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, calls in to CNBC after the worst day for stocks since the 1987 crash. As markets wake up to the economic contagion from COVID-19, he discusses liquidity issues and calls for much more monetary and fiscal support. Read "The Butterfly Effect"