With the sharp selloff in markets over recent days on uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, many technical indicators are now suggesting the market is becoming stretched to the downside and the risk/reward ratio is improving.
Stocks continued to add to losses on Tuesday over coronavirus concerns. The CDC warned about a possible spread of the virus to the US.
The coronavirus is weighing on investor sentiment again. Safe haven assets such as gold and US Treasuries are receiving a bid while global markets have taken a step back.
The Wuhan coronavirus outbreak led to the first market step back of 2020
Since mid-January, we have been monitoring the coronavirus, which is the deadly SARS-like virus that could have the potential to disrupt global economic activity.
February 1st is a historic day for the United Kingdom (UK) as the country officially exits the European Union (EU) and British citizens will no longer be EU citizens.
The Dance Continues - Two Steps Forward, One Step Back In 2020, we see a slightly better global economic growth environment but modest capital market returns relative to the stellar gains of 2019. We expect the global economy and markets to take two steps forward as...