February 25, 2020 — The spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has gripped the globe, risking lives and spreading fear even faster than the virus itself. From an investment perspective, we have been following the progression from its believed origin in the Hubei province of China to roughly 36 other countries and anticipating the economic and market ramifications.
February 11, 2020 —This is the fourth in a series on the continuing coronavirus outbreak (Coronavirus Concerns: Monitoring the Risks Closely, but Not Reacting in Portfolios Yet, 1/28; Coronavirus update: Hold the Line 2/3; Coronavirus Disruptions—Which Industries Have Been Hurt Most? 2/5).
February 5, 2020 — This Wilmington Wire blog post is the third in a continuing series of updates on the coronavirus outbreak and its market and economic implications. The first, Coronavirus Concerns: Monitoring the Risks Closely, but not Reacting to Portfolios Yet; and the second, Cononavirus update: Hold the line. We also held a conference call on Monday, February 5, where we discussed the market sell-off and potential economic implications of the epidemic. Call recording.