We’ve seen Fed rate cuts before, during the 2008 crisis—this one removes a question mark for the economy. Now small business also needs support
Brexit uncertainty is not over. But that wasn’t the only thing holding back UK stocks, and investors could be tempted back to the market.
Former Vice President Joe Biden made a surprise comeback during the Super Tuesday contests, paving the way for a two-person race to the Democratic nomination.
Even with this Fed action, there will likely be calls for fiscal action to support to businesses suffering from the response to virus fears, says David Kelly.
2019 was a good year for equities as multiple expansion drove stock markets to new all-time highs.
Sentiment and valuations are likely to keep markets relatively contained until there is clarity about the extent and length of the outbreak says Tyler Voigt.
Retail investors saw a large sustained bull market post-2008, one many who exited regret implying we may not see the same outflows this time, says Azzarello.
There are still questions surrounding when the recession will officially begin, this is something we will only know with hindsight, says David Lebovitz.
A couple of key trends in capital flows suggest the role of euro funding is growing, and we outline the near-term implications for currency markets.
The Fed’s options for additional stimulus are limited and each comes with a set of complications, says Alex Dryden and Jack Manley.