S&P 500 returns are mainly negative on day he announces decisions; not so for prior chairs.
Investors have been expecting further stimulus to keep juicing the markets, economist Lavorgna warns.
Just a minor player globally, the Chinese currency will expand its use a lot over the next decade, the hedge fund honcho predicts.
The market won’t collapse all at once, yet the dip still will be painful, economist says.
Mansco Perry, Carlos Rangel, and Tim Recker comment on the widening of the wealth gap creating both risks and opportunities for asset owners.
Some $2.9 trillion, hoarded by rich nations’ consumers, will fuel post-virus spending, Bloomberg Economics thinks.
After capex rebound, financial and industrial stocks should benefit most, BCA study says.
Not really, says UBS’s Haefele, sounding optimistic on vaccines and possible fresh aid in 2021.
The asset value for the state retirement system’s portfolio increases to $18 billion.
Organization warns pandemic will reverse progress made in reducing global poverty and will increase inequality.