In the 1Q 2020 issue of our quarterly publication, we:Discuss how IG muni credits are expected to weather the current market dislocation.Present views on the support of the CARES Act.Offer views on the spate of expected downgrades in the U.S. financials sector. In the first quarter of 2020, the municipal market experienced a decade of turbulence.
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.
April 28—Chief Investment Officer Tony Roth is joined by Credit Suisse Managing Director and Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Jonathan Golub, and Wilmington Trust’s Head of Investment Strategy Meghan Shue, to discuss how the U.S.’ response to COVID-19 has impacted equity market valuation and stability, how the markets may fare in a less globalized society, and what sectors to consider, despite this contracting environment. Jonathan Golub, Managing Director, Chief U.S.