FOMC Reinforces Its Commitment to Help the Economy
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, analyzes on Bloomberg TV the Federal Reserve’s statement and provides an updated macroeconomic outlook. Read Global CIO Outlook: Prepare for the Era of Recrimination
Where and Where Not to Nibble in the Markets
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, calls in to Fox Business to discuss where he sees opportunity in a hampered market. Read Global CIO Outlook "The Faustian Bargain"
Large Cap Growth Volatility Update
Portfolio Manager Margaret Vitrano discusses how the market drawdown has created opportunities to upgrade the portfolio.
The ETF Show - Liquidity Realities
Investors across the ETF space are taking a closer look at how the Coronavirus is impacting markets and liquidity. Sprott Senior Managing Director, National Sales Ed Coyne digs into gold equities and ETFs. PGIM Investments Co-Head of ETFs Matt Collins explains why he says bond ETFs are at the center of the action.
Market Volatility: The New Norm
US equity averages continue to see wild swings on both sides of the flat line. Uncertainty over the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic saw quadruple-digit moves for the Dow Industrials as the trading week got underway.
The Fed's "Shock and Awe" Coronavirus Response
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, calls in to Bloomberg TV to discuss the Federal Reserve’s emergency Sunday night announcement of rate cuts and QE.
Flight to Bonds Pushes Yields to Lows
The yield on the benchmark 10-year note edged down to new record lows amid uncertainty over the economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Rate Cuts’ Effectiveness in Combating Coronavirus Challenges Is Limited
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, explains on Bloomberg TV why stocks face more downside risk and why the yield on the 10-year note will go lower. Read Global CIO Outlook: “Peace for Our Time”
Fed Surprises with Rate Cut
The Federal Reserve announced an emergency inter-meeting rate cut. Earlier, G7 finance officials pledged their commitment to offset the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak but stopped short of taking coordinated action.
Coronavirus: What’s Next for Markets
Scott Minerd, Chairman of Investments and Global CIO, joins Bloomberg TV to discuss market and economic implications of the spread of coronavirus. Read Global CIO Outlook: "Peace for Our Time"
Famous Wall Street Trader Reflects on Worst Week for Stocks Since 2008 Crisis
Quattro Securities Broker Peter Tuchman shares the latest from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during what's shaping up to be the worst week for stocks since the Financial Crisis. The most-photographed trader on Wall Street has witnessed a lot of historic moments, but he says the fast and furious Coronavirus selling has led to the speediest correction he's ever seen, with stocks tumbling more than 10% from their recent highs.
Global Markets Enter Correction Territory
U.S. equity averages and the global markets pulled back sharply in a volatile trading week. As uncertainty over the impact of the coronavirus spread the major indexes are heading for the worst week since the financial crisis.