How will the coronavirus epidemic affect global markets? How should investment managers respond to the fast-shifting landscape? These and other related questions are explored in depth by Enterprising Investor contributors.
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Is there a Fed put influencing US corporate credit markets?
Successful adviser-client relationships are built on more than just investment advice.
Recent market volatility has been driven by speculation about what the Fed will do next.
Have the Fed's and ECB's purchases of corporate bonds permanently altered the pricing of corporate credit risk?
The impact of Fed policy on the global financial system is yet another feature of the COVID-19 pandemic that caught investors off guard.
Recession is now a virtual inevitability.
Clients have concerns about inflation. Here are a few tips to approach these conversations.
"Wall Street wisdom is that QE is immensely powerful and is stoking financial bubbles. Academics say, 'I take your $100 bills, I give you back 10 $10 bills. Who cares?'"
Do local COVID-19 case counts have any correlation with local stock returns?
John H. Cochrane and Thomas S. Coleman discuss how the fiscal theory of the price level explains inflation.