Market Update: Navigating A Pandemic 3/12/2020

The coronavirus continues to spread and the tone in the United States and all over the world has shifted sharply over the last 24 hours. In a very eventful day, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a global pandemic, Italy took major action, and financial markets took a big hit.

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Markets React To Viral Uncertainty 2/25/2020

Countries around the world are assessing the human impact of the current coronavirus outbreak, which emerged from China in December 2019 and has so far spread to 28 countries (as of February 24, 2020).

Market Update 2/4/2020

30-Year Treasury yields dipped below 2% last week as coronavirus fears sunk risk assets. Correspondingly, Treasury prices rose as demand for safe assets was elevated.

Market Update 1/28/2020

Treasury prices rose significantly over the course of the week on a continuing outbreak of the corona virus and Eurozone economic news.

Market Update 1/15/2020

The U.S. economy added 145,000 jobs in December, extending the streak of monthly gains to 111. December’s gain slightly missed the expected 160,000, but nevertheless capped a strong decade that saw the U.S. economy add almost 23 million jobs and end with the unemployment rate at a 50-year low of 3.5%.

Market Update 12/12/2019

Longer-term U.S. government bond prices fell last week on data that increased optimism surrounding the U.S. economic outlook. Data released last week showed the U.S. labor market remains strong, with job gains, the unemployment rate, and wage growth all beating expectations.

Market Update 11/19/2019

Last week ended with the October industrial production report meaningfully disappointing, which helped Treasurys stage a week-end rally.

Market Update 10/23/2019

The short end of the yield curve declined last week as futures increasingly price in expectations for a rate cut at the next Federal Reserve meeting and the U.S. and China reached a near term cease-fire concerning further tariffs.