Shock absorption?

Apr 23, 2020 | Jay Zhang


While stock markets remain on a road littered with potholes, a confluence of catalysts has facilitated a forceful rebound. We size up the bounce in global equities.


Most equity markets have rallied substantially since Mar. 23, the day many country and global indexes hit a low point. Since
then, the S&P 500 has jumped 25.1 percent, while Canada’s S&P/TSX has climbed 23.8 percent and Europe’s main benchmark has bounced 15.9 percent—all in less than a month.


Market pulse
3 U.S. banks bracing for a recession
3 Bank of Canada steps up stimulus
4 Quantifying COVID-19’s impact on Europe’s economy
4 Downgrading Japan equities to Market Weight


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