U.S. stocks suffered their worst weekly decline since the 2008–09 financial crisis as COVID-19 outbreak fears intensified and drove a wave of heavy selling.
Month: February 2020
As the coronavirus spreads around the globe, markets have reacted with historic, but not unexpected, sell-offs.
After several months of relative calm, the markets reacted to renewed fears from the coronavirus outbreak.
Corporate America impressed us this earnings season. Companies have done an admirable job growing profits, considering several stiff headwinds that they’ve faced.
U.S. stocks fell during the holiday-shortened week as confirmed cases of cornoavirus continued to rise.
With the U.S.-China phase-one trade deal signed, the stage could be set for an economic rebound in 2020.
We highlight four main reasons why international equities’ performance could be poised to improve.
U.S. stocks rose for the second straight week, setting more new record highs along with way, despite the threat of global economic distruption from the coronavirus outbreak.
January data reflected continued, moderate growth in the U.S. economy as it battled geopolitical uncertainty and a global health scare.
Even with some bumps in the road, we expect the economic expansion to continue through 2020 and help power forward this bull market.