As a semblance of calm returns to financial markets, Guillermo Felices, head of research and strategy for Multi-Asset and Quantitative Solutions (MAQS), and Dominick DeAlto, chief investment officer fixed income, discuss potential opportunities and the risks ahead for investors.
Guillermo explains how his team are tracking the impact of the coronavirus on financial markets and what their conclusions mean for asset allocation.
Dominick then talks us through the situation in fixed-income markets before highlighting the fixed-income sectors now offering scope to outperform for long-term investors.
his is the third in a series of podcasts articulating our investment views and strategies during the COVID-19 crisis.
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