Quarterly Outlook: 2020 Q3
The first half and particularly Q2 of 2020 has had a more significant impact on the US economy than anything in living memory. The Great Financial Crash of 2008/9, the Dot-com bubble burst of 2000 and the October market sell-off of 1987 all had less of an impact than the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19.
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The Quarterly Market Outlook offers an in-depth overview of the major events and expectations around the globe, from the potential second pandemic wave, progress on treatment options for COVID-19, geopolitical tensions, the next massive fiscal and monetary relief measures, and most importantly the shape of the economic rebound.
The Quarterly Outlook is essential reading for any trader or investor wishing to gain a thorough understanding of what is expected to take place in the market over the coming months.
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HF Market Analysis Team
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