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We are monitoring two separate coronavirus scenarios, one in China and on in the U.S., in terms of when the health impact peaks and the extent of the economic slowdown. Against this backdrop, we highlight several actionable ideas.
We gathered thoughts from our VanEck China colleagues on how China’s been holding up since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak. Here’s their take on the impact on society, economy and financial markets.
As the digitization of India progresses, we believe it may be the most interesting investable trend in 2020.
Following the move to negative interest rates in Europe, we believe investors should consider how they hedge against central bank uncertainty and avoid being too conservative in fixed income.
Understand where China’s economy is in its growth cycle with two key charts.