March 18, 2020—The bear has finally come out of his long hibernation, causing us to dust off our playbook for weathering bear markets.
March 23, 2020— COVID-19 continues to spread, and many governments are working to offset this loss with monetary and fiscal policies. In the face of uncertainty, a well -constructed portfolio is key.
March 19, 2020—Want a deeper dive into our latest Vantage Point? Cambridge Associates' thought leaders discuss the emerging bear market and implications of COVID-19 in this recorded webinar.
March 16, 2020—Amid a turbulent global and market environment, we remain committed to our clients and colleagues.
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March 16, 2020— The Federal Reserve Bank has announced a host of emergency measures intended to improve bond market liquidity and reduce borrowing costs, which come in response to rising signs of dislocation across Treasury, municipal, and corporate bond markets.
March 13, 2020— This week, the Bank of England and the European Central Bank both announced stimulus measures aimed at responding to the growing impact of COVID-19.
March 10, 2020— Political machinations and virus-induced uncertainty are weighing on oil prices at present, and it seems unlikely that both these obstacles will soon be lifted. Investors should closely monitor positioning to ensure the current level of energy exposure is intentional.
March 9, 2020—Yields on ten-year Treasuries dropped below 50 basis points (bps) today for the first time in history as COVID-19 fears spread. While we cannot rule out a recession, given the uncertainties associated with the virus and its impact on economic activity, we believe today’s low yields are less about long-term growth forecasts and more about expectations of further Federal Reserve easing, risk aversion, and liquidity preferences.
March 3, 2020—The US Federal Reserve cut its policy rate by 50 basis points today, highlighting the serious challenges facing the global economy. Still, we don’t believe investors should cut risk. Very few have an informational edge regarding COVID-19’s market impact, and investors could be left underexposed when and if markets rebound.
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