COVID-19 has injected fear into financial markets as investors worry that this urgent health emergency will cripple World GDP growth and lead to mass unemployment and bankruptcies.
We have seen numerous disasters, wars and stock market crashes over the last century and there are valuable lessons that we can take from past financial crises and there are behavioural mistakes that we, as investors, can try to avoid.
In a webinar recorded earlier this week, our colleagues Jason Hsu and Phil Wool shared their perspectives on the current COVID-19 pandemic, covering macroeconomic consequences, the affects on financial markets and what investors should do in these turbulent times.
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