The low-interest-rate environment is a favorable backdrop for developed markets to retire pandemic-related debt. Central banks, meanwhile, may soon provide guidance on how they'll start unwinding assets.
The recent shock felt by the Canadian economy differs from that of the Great Depression and the 2008 Crash. Vanguard Canada's Senior Investment Strategist reviews the COVID19 measures taken by the government.
The COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed economic effects unlike any the world has seen before. Among the most disruptive events of our lifetimes, it defies conventional labels. Here’s how we’ll move forward.
Vanguard economists believe the global economy is most likely already in recession and expect negative growth for 2020. The depth of the downturn will depend on how long the most restrictive COVID-19 containment measures remain in place.
Paul Jakubowski, Vanguard's head of global fixed income indexing, and Sara Devereux, Vanguard's global head of rates, discuss the recent bond market liquidity crunch, what the future may hold, and potential implications for investors.
01 Apr 2020
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