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Capturing the Ups and Downs in Coronavirus Equity Markets

Capturing the Ups and Downs in Coronavirus Equity Markets

by Kent Hargis, Sammy Suzuki, Jillian Geliebter
Several equity factors diverged significantly from their typical performance patterns during the COVID-19 crisis. By understanding how factor returns behaved in this market correction relative to their historic norms, investors can not only prepare for future volatility but also take advantage of short-term market dislocations.

Active & Passive , Coronavirus, Equities, Volatility


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COVID as a Catalyst: Will Efficiency Fall by the Wayside in a Riskier World?

COVID as a Catalyst: Will Efficiency Fall by the Wayside in a Riskier World?

by Matthew D. Palazzolo, Christopher Brigham
For decades, efficiency has been the name of the game for corporate management. Now that the coronavirus has exposed the benefits of robustness, supply chains and capital allocation policies may change. Companies may also take another look at automation, using the recession and pandemic as a catalyst to substitute capital for labor, leading to consequences for their finances, their employees, and the economy overall.

Coronavirus, Economics, Equities


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