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KraneShares Advisors

April 3, 2020

Asian Index Performance Weekly Overview, Services PMI Shows Improvement

Asian equities were largely off in light trading as Taiwan was closed for a market holiday. Korea managed a small gain along with Thailand and Indonesia, but otherwise, the region largely registered small losses. Singapore has stepped up quarantine efforts for the first time while pushing through a considerable stimulus plan.

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Morningstar

April 3, 2020

Five (Easy) Steps to Setting Up a 401(k)

Have you been meaning to enroll in your company’s 401(k) but keep putting it off? You’re not alone. Many people need a friendly nudge to start saving or increase their savings rate.

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Janus Henderson

April 3, 2020

How the CARES Act Impacts Retirement Plans

Ben Rizzuto outlines some of the key retirement-related provisions included in the recently passed CARES Act stimulus package, including changes to plan distribution requirements and a temporary waiver of required minimum distributions.

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Edison

April 3, 2020

UK Sparks: Banks Scrap Dividends After Pressure From PRA

Britain’s largest banks HSBC Holdings, Barclays, Lloyds Banking Group, Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Chartered have scrapped dividend payments after pressure from the Bank of England’s Prudential Regulation Authority to preserve capital. The banks have agreed to cancel remaining payouts for 2019, not pay any other dividends this year and suspend any share buyback programmes. Barclays chairman Nigel Higgins says: “These are difficult decisions, not least in terms of the immediate impact they will have on shareholders. The bank has a strong capital base, but we think it is right and prudent, for the many businesses and people that we support, to take these steps now.”

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BMO Global Asset Management

April 2, 2020

April 2020 Fixed Income Market Update

The coronavirus and the measures taken to contain it have had a massive impact on individual lives, the economy and financial markets. While known to be large, significant uncertainty remains regarding just how dire the impacts will be.

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Finimize

April 2, 2020

Laughing Stocks

Investors’ optimistic start to the year seems like a long time ago now. Global stocks fell 20% last quarter, losing around $20 trillion in value in what was their worst run since 2008. US government bonds, on the other hand, had one of their best quarters as investors clamored for their relative safety.

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Interactive Advisors

April 2, 2020

Is The Bear Market Really Over?

After rising more than 20% in three days last week, the Dow technically entered a new bull market. In my opinion, that doesn’t mean the pain is over.

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