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Testing and Therapeutics as the Keys to Restarting the Economic Engine

Tony Roth |
Wilmington Wire
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May 4, 2020— As investors turned part-time epidemiologists, we have been paying close attention to the trajectory of the COVID-19 disease, including growth in the number of new daily cases. There is evidence at the global and U.S. level that the so-called curve is being bent, though the U.S. curve is behind many other parts of the world and it has taken an unprecedented societal effort to do so.Some argue there is a light at the end of the tunnel, with U.S.


Damage Control: The Economic Fallout of Outbreak and the Fed’s Response So Far

Rhea Thomas |
Wilmington Wire
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May 1, 2020—The damage to the U.S. economy resulting from the outbreak and social-distancing restrictions has started being revealed over the past few weeks. Businesses have temporarily shuttered, which has forced a drastic hit to consumer spending. The damage to labor markets was immediately seen in weekly unemployment claims figures. Now we have monthly and quarterly data trickling in confirming the dire forecasts.The most timely and striking indicator has come from the labor market.


What is a CIT?

Wilmington Trust |
Corporate & Institutional
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Download White Paper The collective investment trust (CIT) is no longer the retirement industry’s best-kept secret.CITs are pooled, tax-exempt investment vehicles sponsored and administered by a bank or trust company that also acts as the trustee. CITs comingle assets from eligible investors into one private investment portfolio with a specific strategy. Currently, CITs are available for DC and defined benefit (DB) plans, excluding most 403(b), 457(b) and 457(f) plans.