July 23—Rising trade tensions in the past few years saw half a trillion dollars in tariffs by the U.S. on Chinese goods and retaliation in kind. Then came COVID-19 and a whole other kind of blame game ensued. In Part II of our discussion on China, Tony and Dr. Stephen Roach, Senior Fellow at Yale University’s Jackson School of Global Affairs, discuss whether U.S.-China relations have reached a tipping point.
July 22, 2020—Once the epicenter of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Europe is taking significant fiscal actions to support European Union (EU) efforts to climb out of a deep recession. These actions come on the heels of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) emergency monetary initiatives.
July 21—The unexpected arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic created much disruption for families and businesses alike. Now is the time to ask: What can I do to better prepare my family and our business for the next potential crisis? National Director of Family Legacy Planning Marguerite Weese discusses the importance of taking the time to equip your family with the tools they need to weather the next storm.