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Coronavirus toll includes tens of billions in lost growth

Conversation starter: The SECURE Act

Choose the SECURE Act summary that's right for your practice: Vanguard-branded or customizable with your logo to share with clients.

Virtual forum replay: Your second chance for expert insights

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Hear Vanguard experts discuss our 2020 economic and market outlook and answer advisors' questions by watching a replay of the live event.

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Market perspectives: February 2020

Look for growth to soften and trade tensions to ease, but expect little effect from election developments on asset returns.

Talk to clients about market downturns

Help guide clients and their portfolios through market downturns. Use these customizable guides to frame your conversations.

2020 outlook resource guide

View and download a variety of resources to help you have deep conversations with clients about the economy and markets in 2020 and beyond.

Our 2020 outlook

Download a comprehensive outlook or a quick overview of the forces shaping the economy and the markets in 2020 and beyond.

Highlights of the 2019 Vanguard Investment Symposium

Read this article to get highlights of the 2019 Vanguard Investment Symposium, a high-impact event focused exclusively on home office professionals.

Is the dollar too strong?

Debate is intensifying about the U.S. dollar’s likely direction. Find out the implications for the global economy and portfolios.

How big a rate cut? Fed takes uncertainty into account

Vanguard's Joe Davis looks at how uncertainty may shape the Federal Open Market Committee's thinking about short-term interest rates during their September meeting.

Vanguard's global chief economist discusses the likelihood of a rate decrease at the September Fed meeting.

China and the global slowdown: A look back and ahead

A lot has happened since Vanguard published its global economic and market outlook for 2019. In this 8-minute read, three Vanguard economists offer their insights on how trade tensions between China and the United States are changing the landscape.

In this 8-minute read, learn how Vanguard's views on the economy and markets have shifted since the end of 2018.

The Fed must play the hand it's been dealt

Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis gives his perspective on where monetary policy may be headed.

Vanguard Chief Economist Joe Davis gives his perspective on where monetary policy may be headed.

Embracing a global stock market

This one-pager provides three good reasons why it’s smart to invest internationally. Share it with your clients.

This one-pager provides three good reasons why it’s smart to invest internationally. Share it with your clients.

Global equity investing: The benefits of diversification

Even though investors may exhibit a home bias, investing in international stocks has clear benefits.

Even though investors may exhibit a home bias, investing in international stocks has clear benefits.

Brexit and the value of diversified portfolios

What the U.K. Parliament's latest vote over Brexit negotiations with the European Union means for investors and diversified portfolios.

What the U.K.'s latest Brexit vote means for investors.

Our CIO comments on market volatility

Vanguard Chief Investment Officer Greg Davis offers perspective on the recent volatility in markets.

Vanguard Chief Investment Officer Greg Davis offers perspective on the recent volatility in markets.

2019 Global outlook: Down but not out

Although several factors in the global economy will raise the risk of recession in 2019, a slowdown in growth--led by the United States and China--is the most likely outcome.

Factors in the global economy will raise the recession risk in 2019, but a growth slowdown is the likeliest outcome.

Our CIO talks expectations, interest rates, and blockchain

An interview with Vanguard Chief Investment Officer Greg Davis about investment and economic conditions, investor expectations, and technology's effects on financial market efficiency and transparency.

An interview with Vanguard Chief Investment Officer Greg Davis.

The link between stocks and bonds: Will history be our guide?

With market volatility becoming the norm, will we experience more simultaneous declines of stocks and bonds, and what popular hedging strategies are available to offset this occurrence?

With market volatility becoming the norm, will the inverse relationship between stocks and bonds still hold over time?

 

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