Beyond the pandemic: What to expect from shares, bonds
Vanguard outlines how its return expectations for shares and bonds have changed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vanguard economic and market update - May 2020
Economic recovery ahead, but key risks remain.
Fallen angels: The new high-yield bonds
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to consign some of the growing BBB-rate bond market to high-yield status.
Is this the end of the credit cycle?
The Covid-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through financial markets. What does it mean for investors in credit?
Why inflation isn't of immediate concern
Tim Buckley and John Hollyer discuss fixed income and the current market volatility
The 'Great Fall' and the road to recovery
Why a 'total return' approach to investing is right for the COVID-19 era
Vanguard economic and market update - April 2020
Vanguard continues to anticipate the sharpest global recession in recent history, with growth in the United States and Europe contracting in the second quarter at the steepest pace since at least the 1930s.
Why global recovery may not look like China's
China was roughly one-quarter ahead of most of the developed world in COVID-19 progression. It may be three or four quarters ahead in economic normalisation.
What the coronavirus means for how we serve you
Vanguard’s CEO and CIO discuss the protocols in place to ensure business continuity and strong service for clients.
Bonds as ballast in turbulent markets
Vanguard’s CEO and CIO urge investors to think of bonds as portfolio ballast during rocky markets.
Why we see bond ETF discounts in volatile markets
Market volatility can lead to divergence between ETF market prices and net asset values. Our leaders explain why.
A message on the markets from our CEO and CIO
Vanguard leaders share their perspectives on recent market volatility and implications for the global economy.
Market downturns and recoveries
Financial markets may move on from the coronavirus before data improve, Vanguard economists Joe Davis and Roger Aliaga-Díaz say.
How to deal with a market downturn?
Market downturns can be scary. But changing your asset allocation to try to minimize them may hurt you even more, Vanguard economists Joe Davis and Roger Aliaga-Díaz say.
Vanguard 2020 economic and market outlook: The new age of uncertainty
In its annual global economic and market outlook, Vanguard outlines its expectations for growth, inflation, monetary policy, and more.
What manufacturing data tell us about the economy
Vanguard economists give their perspective on recent weakness in manufacturing and what it could mean for the broader economy.
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