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The Role of Bonds in a Crisis
The Unwinding of Pandemic Policy
Beyond The Pandemic: What to Expect From Stocks, Bonds
European Banks: Still Waiting For a Full Recovery
Market Perspectives: June 2020
How ETFs Help to Navigate Volatile Markets
Inflation Prospects amid the Pandemic
Fallen Angels: The New High-Yield Bonds
Investor Wealth Changes During Coronavirus Market Volatility
It finds that although wealth declined for the quarter, when the time frame is extended to cover a one-year period, many investors’ wealth increased or stayed the same. When the study looked at a three-year time frame, nearly all investors saw increases in wealth.
Active Fixed Income Perspectives: May 2020
Market Perspectives: May 2020
This highlights the Vanguard house view on a number of current macroeconomic and market topics including monetary policy, economic growth, currencies, trade, asset returns and more.
U.S. Household Trading: Coronavirus Market Volatility
Discipline, discretion and long-term orientation continue to be demonstrated by Vanguard investors amidst the churn of the global financial markets.
A Bond Liquidity Challenge is Playing Out
Bond markets shuddered in early March as it became apparent that efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 would send the global economy into a sharp recession.
Global Economies in Their New Context
The CARES Act: Fighting the Coronavirus Pandemic and Supporting the Economy
Bold action to support the U.S. economy has arrived in the form of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or the CARES Act. This massive, roughly US$2 trillion stimulus, which was signed into law on March 27, is the largest economic relief effort in modern American history.
Why We See Bond ETF Discounts in Volatile Markets
ETFs in the current market environment are making up the preponderance of trading out there. They’re providing a ton of liquidity.
What U.S. Elections Mean For Investors
3 Mistakes to Avoid Amid the Market Downturn
Market Perspectives: March 2020
In this latest Market Perspectives issue, we highlight the Vanguard house view on a number of current macroeconomic and market topics including monetary policy, economic growth, currencies, trade, asset returns and more.
The Coronavirus, China, and The Global Economy
The Value of Advice: Improving Portfolio Diversification
The Diminished Economic Power of Oil
Market Perspectives – February 2020
The Coronavirus and China’s Economy
The coronavirus that is making news for its lethality and rapid spread—and for the selling it has triggered in global stock markets—has a lot in common with the SARS virus that jolted China’s economy in 2003.
The Idea Multiplier: An Acceleration in Innovation Is Coming
UK Election Result Eases Brexit Uncertainty – For Now
Sterling rallied sharply on the result, which reduces some of the short-term uncertainty that has dominated UK politics and the economy in recent months. The UK parliament should now be able to approve the Brexit withdrawal agreement relatively soon, although questions still remain on how long negotiations with the European Union (EU) on a future trade deal will take once the UK leaves on 31 January 2020.
A Compelling Case for Emerging Markets Debt
Navigating a World Awash in Negative-Yielding Bonds
2020 Economic and Market Outlook: The New Age Of Uncertainty
What might 2020 hold for global financial markets? In its annual economic and investment outlook, Vanguard outlines its expectations for global growth, inflation, monetary policy and investment outlook in the year ahead.