Investors have put a premium on safety in recent months amid a global market meltdown caused by panic related to the Global Pandemic, among other factors, according to global index provider FTSE Russell.
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The COVID-19 crisis has impacted asset valuations, increased volatility and led to reduced liquidity in many cases. Most asset classes have been affected, and governments have stepped in to support financial operations. In this paper, FTSE Russell examines the effects of the crisis on the year-to-date liquidity of USD corporate bonds, as measured by the price liquidity ratio.
More than ever, investors recognize the risks and opportunities associated with the low carbon transition and are incorporating a wider set of considerations, including carbon, green revenues and environmental, social and governance (ESG) assessments issues into their decision making.
Despite the appearance of some normalization in the US housing market, a close examination suggests a number of COVID-19 related structural challenges.
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