T. Rowe Price Retirement Plan Services is closely monitoring events related to the catastrophic fires and ongoing hurricanes.  All of us at T. Rowe Price send our thoughts to those affected by these disasters. Our clients remain our top priority and our client service teams are ready to assist during these extraordinarily difficult times. If you require assistance or have questions, please contact T. Rowe Price.

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Coronavirus and Markets

The coronavirus’ impact on stocks, bonds, and the economy.

Investing Through the Pandemic

Managing a global equity fund during the coronavirus crisis..

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Finding Overlooked Opportunities in the COVID-19 Market

A concentrated stock market recovery has left behind long-term winners.

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Finding U.S. Companies That Can Emerge Strong From the Crisis

Description: Amid heightened uncertainty, fundamental quality matters.

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Nondiscrimination Testing: Potential Effects of the Coronavirus

How will coronavirus-related business decisions affect nondiscrimination testing?

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IRS Permits Remote Witnesses

Participant elections may be witnessed remotely in 2020.

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Congress Passes Coronavirus Relief—Updated (New Deadlines)

The CARES Act provides relief and flexibility for plan participants.

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IRS Provides Coronavirus Relief

Expands CARES Act Relief, Adds Clarifications

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How We’re Investing Through the Coronavirus Pandemic

While wide-ranging opportunities exist, selectivity is key.

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How the Coronavirus Is Reshaping the Blue Chip Universe

Defining potential winners and losers—near and longer term.

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DOL Provides COVID-19 Relief

New Relief Affects ERISA Requirements, Deadlines

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Inflation Should Not Trouble Investors in the Near Term

Central bank money printing is supported by stable dynamics.

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Supporting our local communities

T. Rowe Price is giving back during this time of need.


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Put clients first. Be disciplined and risk-aware.

These values, put in place by our founder, Thomas Rowe Price, Jr., have guided our firm through numerous extraordinary market events over our 80-year history.

While economic conditions and events change and evolve, the best long-term investment strategy is to keep steady and stay the course—regardless of, as Mr. Price wrote, “rumors, reports, and prognostications.”

This paper includes a letter from our founder to investors during a different period of market volatility at the beginning of World War II.

Contact your T. Rowe Price representative to find out how we can take your plan to the next level.