COVID-19: View our insights on the economy, markets, investment and wealth strategies


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Municipal bond issuers likely will experience varying effects from the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, depending on their sources of revenue.

The unprecedented actions announced by the Federal Reserve to improve liquidity in the credit markets is one part of the solution to COVID-19.

Communities, charitable organizations and donors are coming together to create innovative ways to address the urgent social, economic and health implications of COVID-19.

Weekly take from Glenmede Investment Strategy.

The U.S. government announced an extension of IRS personal income tax filing and payment deadlines from April 15 to July 15.

NYSE temporarily moves to all-electronic trading, effective March 23, as a precaution during the pandemic. Traders believe NYSE operations will continue normally, as they have recently despite high volumes and extreme volatility.

As panic selling plunges U.S. financial markets, coronavirus containment in China, Japan and Korea may provide a roadmap for eventual U.S. recovery. 

Government containment efforts are creating financial strains for businesses and consumers — and growing demand for liquidity. 

An update on the markets & economy.

Due to Monday’s market plunge, there’s a chance the U.S. economy may enter a recession. However, due to the transitory nature of coronavirus-related risks, it may not unfold in the traditional sense.    

Weekly take from Glenmede Investment Strategy.

As equity markets continue to trade in correction territory due to fear of a spreading coronavirus, Glenmede's Susan Mucciarone, Jason Pride and Thom Melcher address client questions.