Tuesday April 7, 2020

Eugene Kiernan: Investors should frame their strategy with deliberate calm

The pandemic is a humanitarian tragedy, but it will also leave a lasting mark on the global economy with, currently, Europe being hardest-hit

22nd March, 2020
We see violent swings in stock markets on a daily basis

Financial markets fully reflect the current and future uncertainty that society is facing. While this is first and foremost a humanitarian tragedy, it is having daily and dramatic impacts on markets, and will leave a lasting footprint on our global economy.

We see violent swings in stock markets on a daily basis. Circuit breakers, which suspend trading for a period, are triggered regularly and the idea of closing markets for more sustained periods has been...

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