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Market perspectives: August 2020

2020 midyear economic highlights

Get highlights from our midyear global economic outlook and learn where the markets may go from here.

Active Fixed Income Perspectives: Seizing opportunities

Get expert analysis of today's fixed income markets in the 2nd quarter 2020 edition of Active Fixed Income Perspectives.

Vanguard economists discuss their global outlook

Vanguard economists take stock of how COVID-19 has reshaped their outlook for the economy and where they see markets going from here.

Learn to overcome client investing biases

Vanguard Senior Advice Strategist Mike DiJoseph explains how advisors can overcome common human biases that can skew their clients’ decisions.

Coach retirement-age clients through volatility

Vanguard Senior Advice Strategist Mike DiJoseph explains how advisors can help coach pre-retirees and recent retirees through market downturns.

How can emerging markets get through the pandemic?

The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt emerging markets a great challenge. The way out won't be easy. Nor is all lost.

Estimating the economic impact of the COVID-19 shock

COVID-19 has caused economic activity worldwide to fall sharply. A deep, short recession will likely be followed by a slow recovery.

Effectively coach clients through market declines

Senior Advice Strategist Mike DiJoseph explains how advisors can use behavioral coaching to keep clients focused on their long-term goals during market downturns.

Market perspectives: July 2020

Vanguard expects U.S. growth will turn positive in the third quarter, but significant risks to the economy remain from COVID-19.

The unwinding of pandemic debt

The low-interest-rate environment is a favorable backdrop for developed markets to retire pandemic-related debt.

Are liquidity and value heading for a rebound?

Antonio Picca analyzes the performance of value and liquidity during the 2020 market sell-off relative to their behavior during and after the GFC.

Four key ways ETFs show resilience in volatile markets

Learn four key ways ETFs have proven their value in helping investors navigate the extreme market volatility sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.

Four reasons to embrace global investing

Is investing overseas worth it? Check out these 4 compelling reasons to consider an allocation to international investments and how Vanguard ETFs can help.

A message from Vanguard

Our message on recent events and ongoing efforts to address racial injustice and inequity.

Beyond the pandemic: What to expect from stocks, bonds

Vanguard outlines how its return expectations for stocks and bonds have changed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Market perspectives: June 2020

Vanguard expects a moderate recovery in the global economy in the second half of the year, but consumer demand may take some time to catch up.

The downturn’s effect on actively managed bond funds

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Vanguard CEO Tim Buckley and John Hollyer, head of Global Fixed Income, discuss the economic outlook and application to Vanguard’s actively managed bond funds.

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Expect interest rates to stay lower, for longer

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Vanguard Chief Executive Officer Tim Buckley and John Hollyer, head of Global Fixed Income, discuss the outlook for interest rates and inflation.

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Inflation prospects amid the pandemic

Pandemic-induced supply constraints and fiscal infusions shouldn't have markets worried about runaway inflation.