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March 2020 / VIDEO

What Coronavirus Means for Markets Now and Longer-Term

Find out how our portfolio managers are carefully implementing proactive ideas

Head of Investments, Rob Sharps, shares our thoughts on heightened levels of volatility in the near term during the coronavirus outbreak, and why we believe the outbreak is unlikely to have any meaningful or long-lived impact on the economy.
 
 
Key Insights
  • We anticipate heightened levels of volatility until there is more certainty surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
  • We believe the outbreak is unlikely to have a meaningful or long-lived impact on the economy.
  • Our portfolio managers are proactively and carefully implementing ideas, backed by our research and long-term approach.

 

 

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